El Camino Means The Camino: 1972 GMC Sprint
GMC (formerly the Grabowsky Motor Company, then General Motors Truck Company, and later GMC Truck & Coach Division) is a specialty division of GM for trucks and utility vehicles. However, those trucks, vans, and SUVs have always been available as Chevrolets, Buicks, Olds…so is it a premium brand…sort of, although you can often get a Chevy that’s just as expensive as a GMC…so I’m not sure what GMC is. Whatever. When Chevy had the El Camino the guys at GMC said, I need that! Find this 1972 GMC Sprint offered for $17,500 in Little Ferry, NJ via craigslist. Tip from PA Cyclist.
From the seller:
1972 gmc sprint
cylinders: 8 cylinders
title status: clean
1972 GMC Sprint aka elcamino
Turbo 350 trans
Power disc brakes
Am fm radio
Listing for my friend
20 inch Ridler wheels stock wheels come with. Car Perfect turn key cruiser
No trades no scams no codes
See a better way to drive something EL CAMINO? email@example.com
Are those . . . bullet holes in the tailgate? The proportions of this car are gloriously hideous to me and that somehow makes this car better to me? Life is confusing.
“Listado para mi amigo, Sr. Proxenada Ruedas”. Slushbox no es bueno. Pero, Deja caer una velocidad de 4 en esa perra y listo.