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1955 GMC 102 long bed
#1401707 Wed Mar 17 2021 10:36 AM
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1955 GMC 102 long bed

Thanks for posting my pic. nanner

I'm a first time caller, long time reader and I enjoy your site.

I am from Germany and live at the north border of Hamburg

My truck is a GMC 102 long bed with stock 287 Pontiac engine and 4 speed manual transmission. The front end is a Heights Mustang II with disc brakes on Cargar wheels.

Here are some photo’s and a YouTube link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06ZE58Pbezc&t=16s to see my whole truck.

I bought this truck years ago in standard green color with black bumpers.

Year after year I modified the paint , installed a coke cool box, tool box, exterior sunvisor with custom made brackets, new mirrors ,brass custom made shifter knob, 3100 rear bumper , super 44 exhaust, front bumper horns and modified the Cargar wheels with moon caps.

Plan for the future is to install a rail on the bed for my 1950 Panhead.

Thanks for looking

Giorgio
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Re: 1955 GMC 102 long bed
Giorgio #1402380 Sun Mar 21 2021 06:21 PM
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Georgio, what an awesome truck. thumbs_up I find it to be very interesting to learn that it is all the way around the world in Hamburg, Germany. The video link you posted really does a great job of showing all of the neat details you've added.

Thank you for posting your Fabulous '55 in the New Stovebolt Gallery.

John


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Re: 1955 GMC 102 long bed
Giorgio #1402771 Wed Mar 24 2021 11:58 AM
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Thanks a lot John

Giorgio

Re: 1955 GMC 102 long bed
Giorgio #1407096 Thu Apr 22 2021 07:59 PM
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Tried to watch video but couldn’t good looking truck


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