Official GM Chevy truck legends website

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  1. roundhouse

    roundhouse Full Access Member

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  2. 78c10bigten

    78c10bigten Full Access Member

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    I tried with my 94 burban but at the time i didnt have all the needed info with me.
     
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    78c10bigten Full Access Member

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    The stuff in the centennial merchandise store is pretty cool!! A 24' chevy 100 anniversary car trailer?! Real cool
     
  4. idahovette

    idahovette Full Access Member

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    I signed up with my 75 K-20 along with my grandson and his 79 K-10. We both got a box with a bunch of stickers a cool Chevy Pickup calendar and a pretty nice Chevy legends ball cap.. FREE!!! GM still owes me for all the money I've spent with them over the years!!!
     
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    78c10bigten Full Access Member

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    My best friends granfather worked for gm where he lost his finger to the spot welder. Ive heard cool stories
     
  6. idahovette

    idahovette Full Access Member

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    OUCH!! Didn't work at the factory, but was in a Cadillac-Chevrolet dealership from 68 to 80 . Those were fun years with all the Novas ,Chevelles and Camaros coming in 68 to 72. Few Hi-Perf Vettes. A 427 turbo 400 3.73 12 bolt Biscayne, REAL SLEEPER, ran like crazy after the guy played with it a little!!! Then the oil crunch hit and Performance got real slim. Still a lotta good parts over the counter, just had to pick and choose and build!!
     
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    78c10bigten Full Access Member

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    Sounds like a sick biscayne!!!
     
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  8. Keith Seymore

    Keith Seymore Full Access Member

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    Yup. I'm a legend with my '80, '87 and '04.

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