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1971 GMC Sprint
1971 GMC Sprint Custom
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1971 GMC Sprint Custom
1971 GMC Sprint Custom
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  • Green
  • Olive
  • 27,380
  • 350ci V8
  • Automatic
  • CC00216A
  • 536801L100734
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Dealer Comments:​ ****MAKE OFFER - NEED TO LIQUIDATE IMMEDIATELY!!****, Fresh Trade-In! **Factory A/C Car**, **Power Steering**, **Front Disc Brakes**, **350ci Chevy V8**, **3-Speed Automatic Transmisison**, **Edelbrock Performer 600 CFM Carburetor W/ Electric Choke** 1971 GMC Sprint Custom 2-Door Truck RWD Automatic 350ci V8 The GMC Sprint looked like the El Camino except it had "GMC/SPRINT" emblems on the fenders and tailgate, a large "GMC" emblem on the front grille, and an engine size emblem on the lower driver's side of the front grille. Sprints without air conditioning said "GMC" on the dash where you would normally see "CHEVROLET". Various steering wheels were available on the Sprint. Most said "GMC", but one type of optional 4-spoke sport wheel said "SPRINT" on the horn button (where you would normally see a Chevrolet logo or "SS"). The V8 Sprints had an "Invader" decal on the air cleaner. This decal also displayed the cubic inch displacement of the motor, and it was basically the same decal as used on the valve covers of other GMC pickup trucks. There were two types of Sprints offered. The base model was called the "Standard" Sprint, and the upgrade model was called the "Custom" Sprint. A total of 5536 Sprints were produced in '71, (142 6-cylinder "Standard" models, 1030 V8 "Standard" models, and 4364 V8 "Custom" models). Of those 5536, 208 were delivered for sale in Canada. All Chevrolets (and El Caminos) have a VIN number beginning with "1", while all GMCs (and Sprints) have a VIN number beginning with "5". A '71 "Standard" Sprint would have a VIN starting with "533801" (6-cylinder) or "534801" (V8). A '71 "Custom" Sprint would have a VIN starting with "536801" (V8 only). The seventh character in the VIN would be one of three letters for the assembly plant : "B"-Baltimore, "K"-Kansas City (Leeds), or "L"-Los Angeles (Van Nuys). The last six characters in the VIN would be the vehicle serial number, starting at "100001". Serviced, inspected, and fully detailed. This vehicle is ready for you! We take ALL trades! Call us now to schedule your appointment today and don't forget to ask about our 80 Bank Financing Options! Come see us today at your Minnesota Truck Headquarters!
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