What The Difference Between A Chev & GMC Truck

GM’s acquisition of Rapid Motor Vehicle Company in 1909 has sparked the establishment of GMC trucks. During this time, Rapid Motor was a maker of commercial trucks that are equipped with one-cylinder engine. Purchasing the company, GM has opened another line-up of vehicle production, the GMC trucks. The production of this truck though did not start until another automaker, Reliance Motor Car Company, was procured by GM. Upon mergence of the two acquired auto maker in 1911, the production of GMC trucks started. And in 1912 the very first GMC trucks were displayed in public through the Motor Show in 1912 apprehended in New York.

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If You Buy A Chrysler Can You Count On Parts?

Chrysler began in 1908 when Walter P. Chrysler, who loved cars very much, went into Chicago and joined a car show. He was working in a railway company and was only thirty three years old at that time. Even though he was employed in that particular industry, his love was not for trains but for automobiles. When he saw a white locomobile for sale, he did everything he could just to buy it. He even went to the extent of getting into a lot of debt, since he borrowed money to make the purchase. He was always fiddling with the car. That was why he learned how to drive the vehicle pretty late.

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