1977 GMC Sarge

1977 GMC Sarge
In the advanced 1970s, GMC wanted to make convinced that heavy-duty pickup fans had a practice truck of their own, so the Sarge was opened in 1977. The Sarge was one of GM’s distinctive importance automobiles and could be requested only on 2500-series 3/4-ton trucks with either breed or four-wheel drive.

This was the ’70s, so each of these silver machines had a cloying red, orange and maroon adornment collection along with a Sarge trademark on the side. The truck was attired with forged-aluminum wheels and raised-white-letter tires.


1977 GMC Sarge


It also got a quality CB radio along with the AM/FM–eight-track stereo and a deep, leather-wrapped sport driving wheel. Since the Sarge was a heavy-duty truck, most were probably well used doing actual work. As a phenomenon, there certainly can’t be many of these uncommon vehicles left.