In a message dated 4/19/99 10:35:00 PM Central Daylight Time, email@example.com
> Hi Randy,
> "Art Deco" Chevrolets are my thing but the GMC are closely related. Here's
> what I know about your buddies truck:
> EC-102 has a 125-3/4" wheelbase (The EC-101s ((half ton)) had a 115" wb).
> The engine was the 228 cid. Serial numbers went to 8084 in the model year
> 1946. There's a '46 (actually a '47 first series) GMC Suburban on
> www.jps.net/haist/artdeco.htm / PHOTOGRAPHS is you want to see one in all
> it original Art Deco splendor.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: CyrusR@aol.com <CyrusR@aol.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
> Date: Monday, April 19, 1999 6:10 PM
> Subject: [oletrucks] GMC Identification question probably '41-46
> >I've got a friend who doesn't have internet access who just bought a
> >truck a few weeks ago (without a title) and is trying to identify it. Is
> >there someone out there who could help him? Here's what I know about it:
> >It's probably a 41 to 46 model, definitely GMC 1/2 ton long bed
> >The Serial number from the firewall is 4779
> >The Model number from the firewall is EC 102
> >It's got a motor, but he's not sure what it is yet.
> >Any ideas? Thanks in advance
Does this mean that you think it's a '46?
‘57 1/2 Ton
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