Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Bahama, NC
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Saw an interesting truck last weekend - 1967 GMC
I was at the antique truck show and this guy had a 1967 GMC tractor. I actually heard it before I saw it. Had a "raspy" bark to it. It was a cabover design and had a "V6" emblem on the front.
On this model, the engine is half exposed and upon inspection, it looked like an inline 6, light blue with the words "general motors diesel" on the valve cover. It really didn't look like enough room for a V6. Was that the original engine? It had a pulley on the back running the alternator. Is this a Detroit?
2000 Vermillion F250, 4X4, SC, LWB, PSD, 6sp. Autometer Sport Comp 2 5/8" Boost and EGT, Tekonsha Prodigy brake controller, Retrax bed cover, LED tail conversions, electronic flasher, Rotorpro brake disks, homemade open element intake, Pioneer SYS 900 navigation system, Kicker RMB8 Subs, Rockford Fosgate 200M amp, Clifford Matrix Rs3 Alarm, Rancho RSX shocks, Relocated parking brake release, Home Depot regulator on the MAP sensor, DP Tuner chip 40, 80, 120 HP - 312 RWHP / 600 Lb-Ft Tq. on the Dynojet. Her name is Xena - a rolling test bed for my crazy ideas...
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