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1949 GMC 150
#1397584 Tue Feb 16 2021 06:59 PM
Joined: Jul 2019
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1949 GMC 150

This is my 1949 GMC 150 truck that I bought from a old friend that had it stored up in a 2nd story of a barn/garage for about 20yrs and before that was said to be stored in the original owners barn when the kids inherited it. If anyone followed my build thread you know the story and my plans with the truck but basically it was built to look 100% stock but it has a 2001 fuel injected 5.3 from a silverado and mated to a 319 borg warner OD trans with 4.10’s in the rear. Also has AC and a radio! I put A LOT of miles on this truck and its my favorite build to date.
Last edited by Barnfind49; Mon Jul 26 2021 11:57 AM.
Re: 1949 GMC 150
Barnfind49 #1397591 Tue Feb 16 2021 08:10 PM
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Nice. I followed your build. Same on the business end as mine.

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Re: 1949 GMC 150
Barnfind49 #1397611 Wed Feb 17 2021 12:45 AM
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I've watched your video. thumbs_up Thanks for posting in the New Gallery.


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Re: 1949 GMC 150
Barnfind49 #1418201 Mon Jul 26 2021 11:59 AM
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Been driving the truck a lot this year and taking some new pics along thecway when I see a good backdrop. Enjoy

Re: 1949 GMC 150
Barnfind49 #1421600 Mon Aug 23 2021 10:53 AM
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Awesome, I really like the original patina! Good job!

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Re: 1949 GMC 150
Barnfind49 #1427790 Sun Oct 24 2021 12:56 PM
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Are your wheels 15" or 16"? How wide?

What size are the tires?

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Re: 1949 GMC 150
Barnfind49 #1428040 Tue Oct 26 2021 03:56 PM
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225/75/16’s. Not exactly sure on rim width. They are off of a ford pickup or van from most likley late 80’s - early 90’s.

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