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Re: '71 GMC crash parts


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Posted by G/MAN on May 16, 2006 at 13:48:05 from (67.52.48.10):

In Reply to: '71 GMC crash parts posted by bj/8n/mt on May 03, 2006 at 06:10:19:

The '67-'72 trucks were divided into three groups - '67 and '68, '69 and '70, and '71 and '72 appearance-wise. The 67s and 68s had a lower hood in front, different front fenders and no marker lights in '67. The hoods and front fenders for the '69-'72 trucks interchange, as the differences were in the grilles. Chevys are quite a bit more common than GMCs, so don't limit your parts search to GMC pickups, although the grille and front bumper will be GMC-specific. LMC has been mentioned and there are many other places that sell reproduction sheet metal for these old trucks. An EXCELLENT site for info on these trucks and a good place to ask about used parts is 67-72trucks.com. I actually have most of the pieces you'd need off of a '70 Chevy C10, but the shipping would probably be almost as much as new repro parts would be. Keep your eyes open all over, as there are TONS of those old trucks to be found yet.


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