1977 GMC Indy 500
During the 1970s, Chevrolet and GMC given the official trucks for the Indianapolis 500 aggregate times. By the moment the 1977 season rotated around, GMC had given trucks for four years in a line. The 1977 commemorative trucks were some of the flashiest of the decade. The exclusive trucks were accessible in either Wideside concentional bed or Fenderside stepside bed, and each was colorant black with a beamy important adornment on the hood that had a fading phenomenon.
Interestingly, the later Indy contractor trucks from 1980 wore a uttering chicken hood picture get from Pontiac, since the sister brand’s Trans Am was the official pace vehicle.