1958 GMC Napco Suburban Carryall
From P-Wee :
Hello Guys! Your site is amazing and I've always been a big fan of it for years!! I have an update picture of Nessee for my Gallery page. (She's spoiled rotten!) I have even more information and pictures on my '55-59 GMC web site.
Also I'm now the head honcho and I just starting running the NAPCO Owners' Group. I've been updating our Napco site (it's slowly coming together) and I have yet to get to the Links page. But when I do get there, you guys are going to be up toward the top!
Thanks for helping to keep these cool old rigs on the road. It makes this hobby of "Trucks" that much more fun!
Congrats on the big job with the Owners' Group. We were there when they first were formed (we did the first NAPCO site and had it on our server ). Let us know if there's anything we can do on this end for you all! You've got a great bunch of guys and information to pull together and keep up. A big task but we're sure it will be appreciated by many. Good luck with it! ~~ Editors
28 August 2006
Here's my 1958 GMC Factory built 4 x 4 Napco Suburban Carryall [ image ]. Here's my '55 to'59 GMC website. (Yes, I have a link to your cool site ). There's a ton of pics and a lot of nice info at that website, too.
This picture (left) is from Memorial weekend in Old Town Temecula, California (2006). The dash has been restored with factory option clock (except for the horn cap needs to be painted). The interior has the correct basket weave vinyl. If you want a pix of the correct headliner, just email me!
GMC used Pontiac motors. This is the original Pontiac 336 V8 motor.
A rear view pic from the Brothers Show & Shine Truck Show 2006 (always a nice show!). Here's the cover shot from 4 x 4 Magazine: "This Napco Jimmy is a real killer."
Oh man your site just keep getting better and better! Great job!!