If you're looking for a comfortable, capable truck that isn't the cookie-cutter, uninspiring trucks that often appear in today's market and has some added personality, look no further than this 1977 GMC C2500 Sierra Classic Camper Special. If you look at this truck, you will realize that there is a lot to appreciate about it. Reportedly garage kept, according to the current owner, this truck has been well-preserved since it rolled out of the factory. According to the current owner, the original order sheet also comes included with this truck. You wouldn't believe this truck has lived with 93,966 miles reported on the clock when inspecting its excellent condition. Featuring ample amenities being a camper-specced truck, you quickly realize that this particular truck is a thrill to have for your own.
General Motors C/K series of trucks became very popular during the 1980s when it was succeeded by the GMC Sierra and the Chevrolet Silverado; expectations were high for both when compared to the Fords F-Series of trucks. The GMC Sierra is currently on its fifth generation as of 2019. During the debut of the fifth generation in 2019, GMC offered 250 units of a limited edition GMC Sierra Harley Davidson. The truck included exclusive decals, bodywork, and an interior. Up for grabs is a 2019 GMC Sierra Harley Davidson Edition bearing badge # 19-HD-0001, which has just 12,609 miles on the odometer.
GMC and its lineup of trucks are built to last; the truck we have today is a testament to that statement. Sporting a fine mix of factory and aftermarket upgrades, this 1970 GMC 1500, present today with a reported 157,000 miles, is classic American motoring done in style.
GMC traces its roots all the way back to 1900 when it was founded as the “Grabowsky Motor Company”, and subsequently in 1909 added into GM’s lineup. During World War 1 and 2 almost 90% of the trucks manufactured were for the war effort. The Chevrolet Silverado and the GMC Sierra share the same platform. Currently on its fifth-generation, the GMC Sierra is positioned as the premium model, above the Silverado. Up for grabs is a spiced up 2021 GMC Sierra 1500 Elevation with just 6,175 miles on the odometer.
GMC's Sierra nameplate has been around for ages and is typically based on Chevrolet trucks. Initially, the Chevrolet C/K series was the base for the Denali; with the introduction of the Silverado in 1999, the Sierra would also find itself growing in size. This 2022 GMC Sierra 2500HD Crew Cab Denali is the fifth generation, which debuted in 2019. Coming to you with just 4,800 miles on the odometer, it's a purposeful pickup truck that offers a plethora of luxury appointments as well. Will you take it on?
Extremely rare, unique, and a part of automotive heritage from days past, the GMC Caballero is a vehicle from an era where experimentation was expected, and this was the cutting edge. The result of musing how a car and pickup truck fused together would look. Thanks to it, identifying a 1987 GMC Caballero when you see one is a lot easier than actually finding one. Although competing with vehicles such as the El Camino, the GMC Caballero successfully garnered a dedicated fan base. Now with its rarity, it is a great collector's automobile. This Caballero's current owner reports a new engine with less than 2,000 miles on the clock, further adding to the desirability of this particular example. So why not go for it and welcome this rare beauty to your garage?
The stablemate of the Chevrolet Silverado, GMC’s Sierra is basically a Silverado with changes to the design. This is no bad thing, as the Silverado is a sturdy and well equipped truck with a decent modicum of luxury features, off-road capabilities, and practicality, all wrapped up into a purposeful looking package. Up for sale with us is this 2022 GMC Sierra 3500 Denaili DRW that’s got 13,000 miles on its wheels, plus a fair bit of upgraded kit to keep you standing out from the rest. Want it this truck that can be your work buddy plus family car? Give us a buzz, pronto.
In the world of trucks, a brand you can trust is GMC, they’re built tough and is the one reliable companion you can rely on to get you places. Over the years GMC has given American car buyers the chance to experience performance like the GMC Syclone of the 90s and on the other spectrum, their Denali range provides owners the best in luxury and comfort. With a strong pedigree owning a GMC truck is reliability, good looks, and performance nestled in one package, much like this 2022 GMC Sierra HD AT4 we have today. With a reported 850 miles on the clock, this practically factory-fresh example comes equipped with an AT4 preferred package and lovely features to ensure you feel safe be it a long trip or the daily haul.
Cab Over Engine (COE), a very popular design model that has since predominantly disappeared from American vehicles but remains from restored and preserved classic automobiles such as this classic 1940 GMC COE pickup. Reportedly using a 1999 Firebird Formula frame, this completely redone vehicle is in impeccable condition, and is preserving the classic designs of yesteryear. A lot of upgrade had to be made to keep this vehicle as you see it today, but with reportedly being completely redone using new parts, including the braking system and engine, with reportedly less than 10,000 miles on the unit, this COE pickup is ready for you to enjoy and wow bystanders as you take to the streets and maybe even to shows.
The market for classic SUVs has been at an all-time high. Ahead of the market and every collector's dream vehicle is the GMC Jimmy and for good reason. You really can't go wrong with the GMC Jimmy, you get the genesis of American full-size SUVs, decent performance, and a design that's timeless, just look at this lovely 1973 GMC Jimmy we have today. With a reported 58,100 miles on the clock, this is one clean and original example that is waiting to be driven or looked at.
It's a strange sight when two automotive manufacturers team up to produce vehicles that are special editions. The Ford F150 Harley Davidson edition is one that interested truck buyers for 20 years, but this all came to a halt when GMC released their all-new GMC Sierra Harley Davidson. This was a big change up and the first time the Harley brand was associated with a GMC truck. Harley Davidson specialist Tuscany was tasked with producing just 250 trucks inspired by the Harley Fat Boy. That’s what makes this 2021 GMC Sierra Harley Davidson Limited Edition we have today all that special. This truck is 222 of the 250 made and has a reported 22,000 miles on the clock.
Over the past two decades, the truck segment has been seeing increased competition, and with it, an added element of luxury was introduced to each model. Manufacturers are constantly updating and upgrading their offerings to suit customer tastes. General Motors is no different, with GMC positioned as its upmarket truck and utility vehicle division. The 2021 GMC Sierra 4WD Crew Cab Elevation Turbo Diesel we have today needs little introduction. With just 11,500 miles on the clock since new, this truck is a reliable off-roader with unique sports features to make it stand out.
If you fancy an American-blooded truck with trimmings of an American-blooded motorcycle manufacturer, look no further than the GMC Sierra Harley Davidson edition. The GMC Sierra shares the same platform as the Chevrolet Silverado, while the Silverado is in its fourth generation the Sierra is on its fifth generation. The Harley-Davidson edition was produced in 2020 with just 250 units worldwide, making it a truly unique truck. This 2021 GMC Sierra Harley-Davidson Limited Edition truck has been driven for only 1,000 miles and is ready for a new home for the lucky buyer.
General Motors caters to all segments of the automotive world. If you wanted a heavy-duty or utilitarian truck back in the day, you sure would settle on a GMC. Built to last and be the best, the brand still remains a reliable name but serves a different segment today. If you want a comfortable daily runner, the Chevrolet Tahoe is a great option, but the GMC Yukon is the one for you if premium features and ambience matter. If the Yukon wasn't enough, you could also opt for a Denali, which directly translates to "the great one". Serving as the ultimate trim level driving a Denali means you get the best in terms of luxury and specifications. So why not drive off in this 2016 GMC Yukon Denali we have here. It's also a well maintained example with just 41,700 miles which makes this deal even sweeter.
A division of General Motors since 1925, GMC was founded in 1900 as Grabowsky Motor Company in Detroit, the Motor City. GMC celebrated 100 years of business in the motoring world in 2000, and throughout this time they have produced many vehicles that pull at our heartstrings. In a world stacked with F-Series, RAMs, etc, the GMC Sierra stands out from the lot, like a truck but crammed with all sorts of functionalities and features. We have a 2021 GMC Sierra Crew Cab AT4 6.2L with just 7,000 miles on the clock and available to be seen in the Sunshine State, Florida.
If an F-series truck is not your cup of tea, then the GMC Sierra is guaranteed to tickle your interest. The GMC Sierra and the Chevrolet Silverado have a mechanical commonality. The GMC Sierra is targeted at the audience who require luxury mated with modern and reliable features. With the GMC Sierra currently on its fifth generation, it has racked up some serious sales numbers under its belt. What we have to offer is a true unicorn, a 2021 GMC Sierra Harley Davidson 6.2L number 30 of 250 trucks built, a truly limited-edition truck with just 482 miles on the clock and available to be seen in The Sunshine State, Florida.
The GMC Sierra 1500 is an undeniably capable truck that is also one of America's most popular vehicles. The 2021 GMC Sierra 1500 proudly represent the third model year of the fourth generation Sierra. General Motors contrasted the GMC Sierra from the Chevrolet Silverado for 2021, making it Sierra's corporate twin. Both compete in one of the toughest categories of the market, pushing against trucks such as the Ford F-150 and RAM 1500. The 2021 Sierra is offered in three cab layouts, six trim levels, and five engine options to choose from according to your needs. What we display in our inventory is a 2021 GMC Sierra 1500 4WD Crew Cab AT4 Duramax, which is located in Texas. It holds just 1,2000 miles on its clock and has a GVWR of 7100lbs along with a host of factory options and packages.
In this modern day and age less is more but with the 2021 GMC Yukon XL we surely beg to differ. The 2021 model was designed from the ground up and incorporated so many modern features starting from the vehicle having much more space for its drivers and passengers whilst also having more luxury and modern tech. Planning a cross country trip with the GMC Yukon XL Denali means that you as a driver get the best of both worlds, Ultimate luxury and practicality. The GMC Yukon shares the same platform as the iconic and equally popular Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe but surely stands out with its distinctive styling ques. The endless effort by GMC to be better has ensured that the 2021 GMC Yukon XL to be the car and driver editors choice award. The vehicle we have on sale today is a 2021 GMC Yukon XL Denali 4WD that has been equipped with the $11,225 Denali Ultimate Package and is definitely a class above the rest. With just 1,200 miles on the clock this is a deal you might not want to miss out on.
The GMC Yukon has long since been a popular choice in the market for full size SUVs. Introduced in the early nineties by General Motors as a badge engineered Chevrolet Tahoe the vehicle has gone on to be a big seller over its 30-year production run. A four-wheel drive vehicle, the Yukon is named after a Northern Canadian territory, the Yukon Territory. Over the years the Yukon has grown from its 2-door body platform to incorporate a wider range of body styles and trims. The 1995 model year saw the vehicle get a 4-door body platform as well longer wheelbase models such as the Yukon XL seeing the light of day. Since its inception in 2018 the GMC Denali brand has housed top of the range trucks and SUVs in the lineup and the Yukon Denali has grown to be a big seller for the GMC brand. In our inventory today is a beautiful 2021 GMC Yukon XL Denali with just 7000 miles on the clock. Apart from it being a top of the range model the vehicle also is equipped with a $9280 Denali ultimate package as well as a host of other attractive options.
While the Blazer is an iconic and forever etched sturdy off-road vehicle in the minds of most American people, its ancestor or progenitor was the Chevrolet and GMC C10 models. The C10 was a reliable workhorse with either an Inline-six or a V8 engine. Initially designated and sold as the Action-Line pickup trucks, the GMC C/K series sold well, with production plants all over the USA, Canada, and South America. Our subject vehicle, a 1971 GMC C10 ½ ton pickup truck with almost all original parts. This truck is currently offered for sale, located in Texas.
This low-mileage 2017 GMC Yukon Denali is finished Onyx Black over Cocoa leather upholstery. Aftermarket wheels and Bridgestone tires are the only modifications to this Denali, and its condition is as-new inside and out save for a small scuff on the front bumper as pictured in the gallery. Displaying 28,942 miles at the time of documentation, this 2017 Yukon Denali is being offered on consignment through Exotic Car Trader with a clean title, clean Carfax, and an extended CPO warranty.
This 2015 GMC Sierra 2500HD Denail 4x4 crew cab is finished in Summit White over black leather. Originally a Z71 Off-Road truck, much of the suspension has been replaced with modified components. Options include the Duramax Plus package and Driver Alert Package, and the truck shows just under 7,900 miles at the time of listing. This modified 2500HD Denali is being sold on consignment by Exotic Car Trader with a clean title and a clean Carfax.