GMC Sprints For Sale

From 1971 to 1977 GMC made the Sprint, a hybrid of a car and a pickup, also known as a coupe utility. The Sprint was designed based on the success of Chevy’s El Camino, and was renamed the Caballero for the model years from 1978 to 1987. The Sprint was very similar to the El Camino. Differences included the trim, the badging, and the wheels. Sprints were A-body GM cars, based on the Chevelle, and powered by either inline-six or V8 engines. Today, these utility coupes are very popular with collectors, especially as they are not as well-known as the El Camino. You can track one down at FossilCars.

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