GMC Sierra Trucks & Parts

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GMC Sierra Custom and Original Parts

Air Conditioning & Heat
Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
Brakes
Charging and Staring Systems
Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Cooling System
Decals, Emblems & Detailing
Emission System
Engines & Components
Exhaust
Exterior
Filters
Gaskets
Gauges
Glass
Ignition System
Interior
Lighting & Lamps
Parts Cars
Safety & Security
Suspension & Steering
Transmission & Drivetrain
Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Wheels and Tires
Other Parts
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1972 GMC Sierra Custom Camper
The Sierra has been made by GMC since 1962. They are essentially the same truck as the Chevrolet C/K series, although with different grill styling and a slightly altered model naming structure. For instance, the Chevy Fleetside and Stepside, which are the smooth siding and pontoon-style fender siding styles, become the Wideside and Fenderside on the GMC trucks.
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The two-wheel drive Chevy models had the C in their model name, while the four-wheel drive had the K. The GMC models did not have the C, but did use the K for the 4WD trucks. The numbers were different, so let me explain. The Chevy C10 pickup becomes the GMC 1000. The Chevy K30 (4WD, three-quarter ton) becomes the GMC K2500. The Sierra name was later adopted by GMC for these trucks, but the letter and numbering structure of the names remained.

For the first few years of this truck, there were only two trim levels: base and Custom. The top engine available was a 160 horsepower V8. That was boosted to a robust 220 hp in 1965, the first year air conditioning was made available as an option.

These trucks have become far more powerful as the decades passed. They are now heavy-duty workhorses, seen on construction sites and farms across America. A Vortec 6000 making 345 horsepower is now sold on the SS extended cab trucks.

With a 45-year heritage, the GMC Sierra truck is one of the most common on the roads today. You can find plenty of them on the used truck market, along with thousands of owners out there who are more than willing to help you find the right part for any fix or modification you might be considering. The cheapest parts I can find are sold on eBay. You can also buy the whole truck on there. With modern services like CarFax history reports, it's not nearly as daring to buy a car off an online auction as you might think.

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The specs and history of this car / truck / vehicle were found from various sources, including Car & Driver, Motor Trend, Road & Track, online car websites, and TV shows like Motor Week, Top Gear, and Car Crazy. If any of my car history data is incorrect, please give me a history lesson by emailing me at carhistory ['AT' Symbol] damox.com (I removed the @ in hopes that it will prevent spam)