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seen another interesting C-20 this morning

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by R72K5, May 25, 2004.

  1. R72K5

    R72K5 Banned

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    was just on my way to a gas station to get cappuchino like i do most mornings and this time i spotted and checked out an old 75 or 76 C-20 stepside pickup, still is factory all original rust and c-20 badges and all on it too, was a dealership truck still has the dealership logo on the doors and was a pickup wrecker model but with now the wrecker equipment removed from the bed,

    the other interesting 76 c-20 floating around town right now is a short wheelbase chassis cab one with a utility bed on it

    anyone know of any c-20's like these near them '?
    something wierd was going on with chassis model choices in the mid 70s at least with the C-20's anyways, hmm.
     
  2. BulldogK5

    BulldogK5 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    A lot of welding and gas supply companies used to buy the 3/4 step sides for hauling bottles around. Our local capweld distributor had one that was an '86.
     
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    did you measure the wheelbase? no SWB C20s ever offered my General motors. also, LWB trucks without a factory bed sometimes look like SWB trucks. i had a 79 K20 that you would swear was a SWB, but measured 131.5" on the nose.
     

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