1966 GMC 1500
Design on the 1966 GMC pickups remained the same since 1964.

1966 GMC 1500

Design remained the same from previous years on the ’66 GMC although some engine changes were made including the 170hp V6 engine or the 351 cu. in. V6 engine with 220hp. Inside, the cab features two walls of steel and a thick pad of insulation and seats are foam-padded and the backs are fully adjustable.  Also available are bucket seats, padded dash, carpeting, padded door trim and custom sports interior.  Standard features include a painted front bumper, electric wipers, fuel filter and four 7 x 17.5 black sidewall tires.  Truck bed is made of wood instead of metal and the front features four headlights instead of two.



1966 GMC 1500 Production Numbers

Model Number Body/Style Number Body Type & Seating Factory Price Shipping Weight Total Production
I1500 - 3/4 Ton
I1502 - Chassis & Cab $2,111 3,330 lbs see note
I1502 - Wide-Side Pickup $2,255 3,810 lbs see note
I1502 - Fender-Side Pickup $2,234 3,770 lbs see note
I1502 - Stake Rack $2,327 3,965 lbs see note
1500 - 3/4 Ton
1502 - Chassis & Cab $2,240 3,760 lbs see note
1502 - Wide-Side Pickup $2,385 4,240 lbs see note
1502 - Fender-Side Pickup $2,363 4,200 lbs see note
1502 - Stake Rack $2,456 4,395 lbs see note
PB1500 - 3/4 Ton
PB1502 - Package Van $3,284 5,070 lbs see note
Note: Calendar Year Production for All Models was 127,294
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