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1938 GMC Heavy Duty Truck


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Posted by Patrick Tyrrell on March 18, 2007 at 16:06:08 from (71.207.103.34):

Hello to all, I have a 1938 GMC Truck that has been in my family for the past 30+ years. I am trying to find out some information on the truck as well as some current values for this type of truck. It has a 27,500 GVW and a 5 speed manual tranny with a 7.45:1 Low first gear. The tranny is made by spicer and has a PTO. It has what I can only describe as an enormous rear axle and the truck wears 10 lug dual rear wheels that have the same bolt pattern as modern big rigs. I referenced the bolt pattern on ALCOA's website. I was told the truck was decommisioned from the military. Does anyone know of a current site for values on this type of truck. Any help is appreciated. I will try to take some pictures this week.


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