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In the 1960s the BIG back window was an option costing about .00, and it was called a "Full Rear Window" in the GMC Dealer handbook.The Grilles on GMC trucks of this generation remained the same for the seven years.1963-1966 will be coil front suspension with leaf in the rear.Can be 4 wheel drive model also, which would have leaf springs on all four corners.The Custom Package with extra cost chrome trim can be seen on the Truck above, Click on the picture for full size view. 1846 includes front end bright metal equipment, (RPO 1304) and chrome hub caps, custom trim and interior convenience group, RPO (0170). RPO 0170 includes nylon seat fabric, right hand sun visor, Left hand arm rest and fawn floor mat.The following is from the GMC Dealer handbook: Cab. RPO 1304 Front end bright metal equipment, bumper, grill and headlamp panels.I have seen them painted the same color as the trucks and I have seen them painted in a different color than the truck.But from the factory, they were Ivory on all but white trucks and Custom Trucks. On the 1960-1961 GMC Trucks you would fine A Round V6 emblem mounted to the upper forward area of the front fenders.

In 1966 the faces of the lettering were recessed and had a red stripe in them.

From what I have found in doing this page is that in 1963 a federal law required amber front turn lamps.

The 1963 and older or Series "N", "J", and "G" trucks had a slight rearward slop, or "dog leg".

The 1960 though 1963 GMC's had a the wraparound windshield, while 1964 through 1966 had the more rectangular flat windshield. You could also get the Wide Side, which Chevy called the Fleetside, in either a 6 foot or 8 foot box.

GMC Pickups came with one of five pickup boxes in the 1960s, there was the Fender Side which most folks call a step side, but that is the Chevrolet name. The question of BIG or small back window comes up a lot, so here is a sample of both.

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