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1962 GMC C-Series

1962 GMC C-Series in The Dukes of Hazzard, TV Series, 1979-1985 IMDB Ep. 2.23

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: US

1962 GMC C-Series

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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mike962 DE

2012-09-01 11:41

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GMC C-Series ?

Ddey65 US

2012-09-01 15:45

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Medium-duty truck from the mid-1960's(5000 or 6000 or something like that). I'm pretty sure they didn't use C/K designations back then, unlike Chevy.

-- Last edit: 2012-09-01 18:33:07

56chevy CA

2012-09-02 20:17

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1962-63 GMC
I can't find any info on the series number, somewhere between 5000-7500

lightninboy US

2012-12-10 02:13

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1964-1966 GMC W-Series tandem. Call it a 5500.

-- Last edit: 2012-12-10 02:29:53

lightninboy US

2012-12-11 02:51

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1964 GMC Tandem Axle Truck & Tractor Brochure

W5000 , W5500 , BW5500 , LW5500 tandem axle truck and tractor models .

BW is B-Series stub-nose conventional with a tandem.

LW is L-Model Steel Tilt Cab with a tandem.

W5000 is GMC 5000 medium-duty with a tandem.

WV5500 is GMC 5500 medium-duty with a tandem with vacuum brakes.

WA5500 is GMC 5500 medium-duty with a tandem with air brakes.

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This looks like a pretty heavy truck. An air horn would be a sign that it has air brakes, but I don’t see an air horn.

-- Last edit: 2012-12-11 20:33:00

lightninboy US

2012-12-11 02:59

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1962 GMC Tandem Axle Trucks Catalog Sales Brochure

W5000, BW5000, W5500, BW5500, LW5500, W6500

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eLMer ST

2016-08-06 05:44

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K- prefix was used for the light-duty 4wd versions, so even if not used by GMC until 1967, the usual default identification for the 2wd models is C-Series. At least in the IMCDb.

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