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gmc all the way
by truck lover from slc,utah | August 26, 2010
The truck van, has the usual gmc traits, that is it is reliable,has the 5.7 liter eng that has been in production since 1955. all parts are avail for repair or upgrade it will carry a good size load with people, it will also tow a good amount of weight i.e. boats, buggys, car trailers,camping trailers etc. one very good point is that it is repairable by any repair shop, back yard mech or dealer tech. ok the drawbacks are . the vehicle is heavy, the parts are heavy, thus the fuel consumtion is that of an era gone by. the vehicle can do the job what ever it is , but witha price. over all if you need somehting tha can move or tow a house, have all your friends or family with then the vehicle fits the bill...........