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Welcome to BrothersTrucks.com, America's #1 Source for 1947-87 Chevrolet & GMC Truck Parts - Classic & Custom. If you're looking for classic Chevy truck parts or classic GMC truck parts, we have 1000's of the highest quality classic truck parts you can find. Whether you're restoring an original or seeking custom classic truck parts, we're your source. Pick up a copy of our brand new catalog, or...
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Welcome to BrothersTrucks.com, America's #1 Source for 1947-87 Chevrolet & GMC Truck Parts - Classic & Custom. If you're looking for classic Chevy truck parts or classic GMC truck parts, we have 1000's of the highest quality classic truck parts you can find. Whether you're restoring an original or seeking custom classic truck parts, we're your source. Pick up a copy of our brand new catalog, or...
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Chevy and GMC Classic and Antique Truck parts for Old Chevy Trucks and Old GMC trucks. We have now become America's #1 Source for 1936-87 Chevrolet and GMC Classic trucks parts. If you do not see what you want on our web site, please fax or email us your requirements and if we can help we shall...
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1979 Ford Bronco, with the Top-of-the-Line Ranger XLT trim. This bronco still features it's original factory fancy two town paint scheme on a rustfree western body. The odometer only reads 69,982 and it was claimed to be actual. I must say, it is hands down the nicest and tightest running and...
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1978, Ford F250, Ford F250 Custom, 8, Gas, 56,634 miles, CG0222, Used, $ 4,500, 8 Cyl, 460 engine, smooth down the highway, Auto, 56K miles, receiver hitch, cd player, tinted windows, new dash, door panels, seat & rug. NO DENTS., (760) 285-9164, 772-listing ID. Chevrolet Blazer, 1985 Chevy Blazer...
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Resources dedicated to Dodge Ramcharger owners and enthusiasts. Hundreds of featured 4x4 and 4x2 ramchargers, history, information, photos and more. The ramcharger was usually powered by a Chrysler LA engine, the most common was the 318 in (5.2 L) with the 360 in (5.9 L) and even big block RB 440 in (7.2 L) engines in the early years. As a full-size sport-utility, it competed with the Chevrolet...
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(The site was under new management as of 6/11/10. 1/1/13 Update: the site will be revamped one of these days. Keep an eye out for it. Meanwhile, please do consider joining our Chalet owners' & enthusiasts forum over at Yahoo Autos Group, it's free!) So what IS that thing? Why, it's a 1976 or 1977 Chevrolet Blazer Chalet (or GMC Jimmy Casa Grande), the factory pop-up camper versions of the Chevy...
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