March 26, 2022
If you’re wondering what’s under the hood of this 1970 GMC C1500, front fender badges tell us it’s a V-Eight and not a six. For model year 1970 that “V-Eight” would have been one of three which were produced by Chevrolet, of either 307, 350, or 400cid. Prior to 1970 GMC also offered its own V6, a true truck engine with displacements of 305, 351, 401, and 478 cubic inches. Beside the Chevy V8s, the 1970 GMC 1500 was also available with a 250cid straight six. Today’s RealRide was seen last summer at the End of Summer Car & Bike Show at Evangola State Park in Brant/Evans.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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