In 1936, General Motors entered the half-ton pickup market with the introduction of the T-14. This first year launch was limited, as GM delayed production of the T-14 until after the Chevrolet half-ton pickups rolled off the line. A union strike in 1936 also took its toll. The 1936 GMC T-14 pickup was a single year body-style, as GM redesigned the hood and grille for 1937. This is believed to be one of only fourteen stock T-14s running today!
This 1936 GMC T-14 was one of the many great classics on display at the 2016 Motor Muster at Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan.
Copyright 2016 Susan Rissi Tregoning
Featured in Groups: All Automotive Artworks 1.25.18
June 21st, 2016
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