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    73-87 Chevy/GMC Stepsides!

    Let's see some stepsides. Here's my 79 GMC

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    1979 C1500 stepside GMC
    1986 C10 suburban, 4bbl 350/700R4/3.42 with 159,936miles, needs trans
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    stepsides are like long beds. they're not as popular. but can be made to look sweet with the correct paint job etc.

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    Where I'm from, there's 4 or 5 stepsides that run around town, and I've never heard of one goin for scrap.
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    1979 C1500 stepside GMC
    1986 C10 suburban, 4bbl 350/700R4/3.42 with 159,936miles, needs trans
    grandpas 1977 LWB
    many other assorted vehicles in my care

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    around here, stepsides are pretty uncommon...you don't see alot of them in the junkyards or on the street...they just aren't around like the fleetsides are

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    i wasn't necessarily talking about where you are at. i was talking about in general. personally i don't like them. but that's just my opinion. i must say, they are unique looking, and are an aquired taste to say the least.

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    I guess steppers aren't too popular outside of my corner of the world
    Last edited by brandonb; 02-06-2012 at 01:18 AM.
    1979 C1500 stepside GMC
    1986 C10 suburban, 4bbl 350/700R4/3.42 with 159,936miles, needs trans
    grandpas 1977 LWB
    many other assorted vehicles in my care

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    I like stepsides myself and when the wood floor is redone they look sharp. I tried to find a 73-79 stepside and never could find one in the condition I wanted. I think the reason you dont see many is most of them were baseline work trucks with 6cyl, std trans and custom trim levels so they never were as popular as fleets then or now.

    I would love to have a 73-79 swb stepside 4x4.
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    i guess i was a little harsh saying i didnt like them. juist not my style. i have seen some nice looking steppers that are sweet as hell. heres some pics of one i'm talking about.
    Bed.jpgOther%20Engine.jpgSide%20View.jpg

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