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1970 GMC 3/4-Ton Carryall

Owned by

John Hulit
Bolter # 8908
Snohomish, Washington


18 February 2008
# 2232

From John :

           Hello, I enjoy your site and thought I would submit a photo of my 1970 GMC 3/4-ton Carryall. It was part of the Washington State Engineering Department fleet at one time. I bought it for $2,000 in 1984.

           This is my second orange truck, and as you can guess this is a chick magnet!

           I put in a crate 350 and electronic ignition, new Holley and am now working on the body and interior. Eventually, I will repaint it -- “Omaha Orange” of course. Now when I put money into it, it goes UP in value which is good.

           The truck is a daily driver and weekend boat hauler.