The GMC C & E Series was a family of trucks introduced for the 1941 model year. The C & E Series was an upmarket version of the Chevrolet AK Series, which were also known as the 'Art Deco' trucks. GMC offered the C & E range in a variety of configurations, including pickup, cab over engine, and combination bus. Over the course of production, a 3.5L or 3.7L inline six engine powered the C & E Series, which was produced until 1947 and was replaced by the GMC New Design.
|1947 GMC 100 1/2-Ton Pickup||$17,300||Oct 07, 2019|
|1942 GMC CC150 3/4-Ton Pickup||$99,000||Jun 23, 2018|
|1941 GMC Coe Hauler||$175,000||Aug 19, 2017|
|1942 GMC AFKWX-353 Coe||$7,700||May 13, 2017|
|1942 GMC Series CC-150 3/4 Ton Pickup||$20,000||Apr 13, 2017|
|1947 GMC Drw Pickup||$30,000||Jan 07, 2017|
|1941 GMC Pickup||$34,000||Nov 04, 2016|