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FEATURE: 1974 GMC Sierra 2500 Camper Special

This 1974 GMC 2500 Sierra Camper Special was restored by the original owner's nephew.

Tom Bjorklund’s earliest memories of his 1974 GMC Sierra Grande are from when his Uncle Claus would motor into town behind the wheel of the vintage pickup. Claus Hornoff purchased the Camper Special version of this truck new from a Sacramento, Calif., dealer and often used it to visit his Midwest relatives. “I would only see him once a year or every other year,” said Bjorklund. “Uncle Claus would drive cross country from his home on the West Coast, living in the back along the way.”

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This 1974 GMC 2500 Sierra Camper Special was restored by the original owner's nephew. This 1974 GMC 2500 Sierra Camper Special was restored by the original owner's nephew. This 1974 GMC 2500 Sierra Camper Special was restored by the original owner's nephew. This 1974 GMC 2500 Sierra Camper Special was restored by the original owner's nephew. This 1974 GMC 2500 Sierra Camper Special was restored by the original owner's nephew. This 1974 GMC 2500 Sierra Camper Special was restored by the original owner's nephew. This 1974 GMC 2500 Sierra Camper Special was restored by the original owner's nephew. This 1974 GMC 2500 Sierra Camper Special was restored by the original owner's nephew. This 1974 GMC 2500 Sierra Camper Special was restored by the original owner's nephew.The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Classic Recollections, 2013 ©

4 replies »

  1. Sweet looking truck. I’ve always loved Chevys and GMC trucks of the 1970s I’m particularly partial to the Camper Special trucks like this.

  2. Hi your truck is great!! we recently inherited a 1974 GMC camper special pickup that has been in my husbands family for years, it has the flare sides. we are looking for any information that we can gather. thanks for our help. orphanannie67@yahoo.com

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