• Condition: Used
  • Make: GMC
  • Model: Sierra 1500
  • SubModel: Flatbed
  • Type: Pickup (Truck)
  • Trim: Flatbed
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1950
  • Mileage: 57,133
  • VIN: 26861
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 248 CI Inline 6
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1950 GMC Sierra 1500 Flatbed Description

This is one for the haulers, attention getters, and anyone who loves unique vintage trucks. After all, how often do you ever see a 1950 GMC 150 series 3/4 ton flatbed on the road anymore? But this truck is a beautiful and reliable reminder of what an honest day's work really means.
Do you have a business to promote or just want to make a splash at car shows? Imagine parking this vintage flatbed at your front door and/or taking up a coupe spaces at an enthusiast event. People will marvel at this GMC's well presented condition because most of the ones from this era were purchased to be lifelong workhorses. It does have a touch of indulgence with the bright red paint that looks great against the shining grille and bumpers. But this is a truck that's still ready for industrial use. After all, have you counted the lugs in the upgraded alloys yet? The real wood flatbed look great from the outside, and there are provisions for you to create your own custom stake sides. So no matter if you want to put your company's logo on the side, or just want a showpiece to bring your motorcycle, this is your best way to grab some attention.
Inside is a cab built for long-lasting function. The vinyl bench seat looks authentic but benefits from a recent re-cover. The same freshness can be found on the door panels and headliner. It's hard not to love sitting behind the large three-spoke steering wheel with the correct GMC logo. But because you still want to use this one for function, the auxiliary gauge panel is a nice supplement to the factory readouts.
A great truck motor to have in this one is GMC's 248 cubic-inch unit, which has earned a reputation for being tough and reliable as an anvil. While this is not an all-out speed machine, this inline-six has been given some nice upgrades to give it pep. This includes a Clifford intake and split manifold to create a true dual exhaust. But what will really make you happy is the four-speed manual transmission. Heavy duty GMCs like this one had it as an option in 1950, and It gives this tough truck a much better defined powerband. It will get up better from stoplights AND make highway speeds more manageable. Plus, modern BF Goodrich tires add comfort and control to the vintage experience.
So is this one your coolest advertising expense? Best looking hauler out there? Or just an affordable way to have some unique fun? For the right person, the answers to all of these is "Darn right!" Call today!!!