This is actually a 1980 GMC 1-ton dually chassis with a Mopar 440/727 drivetrain and Studebaker C cab. I call it the GMOBaker. Originally built as a 5th wheel hauler, it evolved into a mini-bigrig toy for parades and shows, but still useful for pulling a car trailer, moving furniture, dump runs and such. Engine is a Chrysler crate motor with less than 5,000 total miles. PPG 2-stage paint. Custom diamond plate steel flatbed. Electric/hydraulic dump lift. Centec wiring. Full set of VDO gauges. Sequential turn signals. Air horns with tank. Stacks! Custom made aluminum saddle tank. Stainless quarter fenders. Aluminum tool box. Rhino lined bed, bumpers and running boards. Removable stake sides. Power disc brakes. AC and power steering.
I'm seriously downsizing and don't have room for it anymore. Vintage looks with modern drivability, fun and useful. What's not to like about that?
Scammers: Don't waste time attempting to persuade me to send you money in any form, amount or circumstance. It won't happen.

Used Year: 1949
Mileage: 5000 Make: Studebaker
Exterior Color: Red! Model: 2R15
Transmission: 727 Engine: 440 Mopar
Body Type: Flatbed Drive Type: RWD
Vehicle Title: Clear

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