GMC has been manufacturing quality box trucks, cab & chassis, refrigerated trucks, dump truckss, cube vans and flatbed trucks for over 100 years. They are one of the most well known truck manufacturers in the world and are often compared to Chevrolet. In fact, beginning in 1920, GMC trucks were nearly identical to Chevrolet trucks. The trucks differed only in nameplates and grills. Below you'll find the extensive list of GMC trucks we have listed for sale. You can browse the listings to get a feel for the variety of vehicles offered for sale or use the search function to narrow the listings you see to only those that meet your specifications.
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2006 Gmc 5500
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2005 Gmc W5500
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Drivers, fleet managers, owner-operators and trucking company owners who are looking for GMC trucks can browse through the listings at your leisure. Nearly every listing includes at least one full-color image of the truck's exterior. Most listings includes several exterior and interior photos. Other information is also included in the listing, such as year of manufacture, location, truck type, number of axles, mileage, wheelbase and more. In each listing, below the pictures, there are links you can follow to get more information about financing, insurance, shipping and vehicle inspections. There is also a link to map out the location of the vehicle.
General Motors was originally founded to be a holding company for Buick. The company was founded by William Durant in 1908. The GMC Truck brand began in 1909, when GM bought the Rapid Motor Vehicle Company. GM also purchased the Reliance Motor Car Company that year. These companies were merged in 1911. In 1912 the name "GMC Truck" first appeared on vehicles that were on exhibit at the New York International Automotive Show.
GMC is best known for the lighter vehicles they manufacture, including vans and pickup trucks. They manufacture a wide range of vehicles, including some made specifically for the military. In fact, about 600,000 trucks were produced by GMC Truck to be used by the United States Armed Forces during World War II.
The GMC Savana 3500 is one of their most popular vehicles that is currently on the road. Some of these are cargo vans, others are passenger vans or box trucks. These trucks and vans are very commonly seen on the road because they have a reputation for dependability.
In the past, GMC has manufactured ambulances, fire trucks, military vehicles, transit buses,motorhomes, heavy-duty trucks and fire trucks. Their current lineup of vehicles includes a variety of light-duty, medium-duty and heavy-duty trucks, as well as dump trucks, cargo vans, box trucks, passenger vans, flatbed trucks, refrigerated trucks and more.