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1931 GMC T 110

Engine Type:
616 Cubic Inch 149 Horsepower 6-Cylinder Gasoline with Two Carburetors

Transmission Type:
4-Speed with 3-Speed Auxiliary

Truck Information:
This GMC truck, verified as Serial number 001, was originally owned by the Thomas Proctor Company of Long Branch, NJ. Proctor built most of the jetties, seawalls and piers along the NJ shoreline. Proctor owned this truck until 2000 when the company was sold. Designed for off road construction service, this truck was equipped with very large 12:00 24 tires, a three-man cab and weighed 38,000 pounds. This truck also has full air brakes, which is very rare for a truck built in 1931. The transmission offered its operator 12 forward speeds and 3 reverse speeds. Due to the U.S. being in a depressed economic state, very few of these trucks were made and this is the only one of this model known to still exist.

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