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When America was created people needed to move things back and forth. The carriage was great but you were limited by what the horse would pull. Then came the steam engine vehicles which were better but again, you were limited by horsepower. After that was the 'horseless carriage', also known as the car/truck. Early trucks were a big improvement but the early engines weren't big power makers. Then in the '40s and '50s trucks started to get some oats under the hood and they really started to be able to haul. GMC was one of the first trucks that really put America on the map. GMC trucks were powerful and dependable. They were able to haul whatever you needed to wherever you were going. If you needed to haul steel, lumber, hay, pipe, whatever, the GMC truck was up to the task. It meant that if you needed something moved from one place to the other the GMC truck could do and do it well. But what do you do on those long hauls to and from the job site? You could listen to the engine hum or turn on the radio. But seriously, the classic car radio wasn't really all that good and the speakers were pretty bad too. So what should you do to help that classic GMC out? You get your butt over to Vintage Car Radio and take a look at all the great radios and sound systems for your GMC truck. Vintage Car Radio carries all the best products from the best manufacturers like Antique Automobile Radio, Custom Autosound, Ken Harrison, Out of Sight Audio, RediRad and Stereo Conversion. These stereos sound so good and install so easy, you'll wonder why you didn't do this before. So get to Vintage Car Radio and get your stereo on!