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2017 Year In Review: Classic Chevy/GMC Truck Industry News

2017 is in the rearview mirror and 2018 is looking good up ahead.  Last year was a great year for the classic truck industry in a variety of ways.  A slew of new parts were reproduced, the resale market saw record setting numbers and our 19th Annual Show ‘n Shine was a huge success. New […]

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Updates From Ronnie @ C10 Talk

Guest Blog Post by Ronnie of C10 Talk… C10 Nation, Happy New Year!  SEMA ’17 was an absolute C10 takeover with over 40 C10 era style builds showcased.  C10 Talk Host Ronnie Wetch was able to sit down with Scott France of the TV show “Speed Is The New Black”, David Freiburger of the multi-platform […]

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Classic Chevy/GMC Trucks of the Big/Small Screen

Classic pickup trucks are a deeply rooted part of American culture. With this being said, it is no surprise that they continue to be pop up on prime time TV and major Hollywood films. Oftentimes they are used to set the backdrop or date the movie but occasionally they play an important role in the […]

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Chevy & GMC Truck Vent Window Rubber Seal Replacement

Vent windows can be a tricky thing to tackle as a do-it-yourself project, but we’ll walk you through it step by step to help take the challenges out of rebuilding and restoring your classic Chevrolet or GMG Truck Vents. Our project was using a 1975 vent, but the process is basically the same for all […]

2018 Bull Market Truck: 1969-72 Chevy Blazer / GMC Jimmy

The Bull Market Truck of 2018 is 1969-72 Chevy Blazer/GMC Jimmy. It’s no surprise ever since one sold at auction this year for a whopping $220k, K5’s have been HOT! Hailed as GM’s first SUV, the K5 platform was not initially a hit with less than 20,000 units sold per year from 1969-72. Ultimately, the […]

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eBay “Buy Of The Week” – 1976 GMC 1500 Pickup

This was a great find on eBay. This 1976 GMC Sierra sold for just $3,100. Yes, it is a little rough around the edges but the core is there. It runs, drives, stops, has a 350/350 combo and to top it off….factory A/C. Check out an excerpt from the original listing below. 1976 GMC Sierra Classic 4 […]

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1967-72 Suburban Named As “Top 10 Classics To Buy Now” (Before They Get Too Expensive)

It’s no secret that the price of classic trucks has skyrocketed in the past several years. You can routinely watch them on TV pass over the auction block at record setting prices. However, there are still deals to be found if you know what to look for. Hagerty Insurance recently listed the 1967-72 Suburbans as one of their […]

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