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Truck Details
Owner Entered Information:
1991 GMC Syclone
Vin4: 1452
Vin: 1GDCT14Z9M8801452
Factory Color: Midnight Black/Matte Black (91 Sy)
Current Color: Midnight Black/Matte Black (91 Sy)
Build Date:
CD Player: No
Owner: Ron Gregory - Garland TX USA
Build Sheet Information:
Date on folder: (appears to be ship date)
Number on folder: (no idea what this number is)
Date on engine test results:
Date on Inspection Sheet: 1991-04-22
Prop Shaft: 101487
Engine: W910730055
Transmission: MY06586128
Transfer Case: C008200
Engine Sequence: 1434
Document Date (It appears this was a check list document):
Sticker on the above document (ECM number): 100608
Engineering Sheet Date: 1991-03-28
Body Inspection Sheet Date:
Vehicle Receive Report Date: 1991-04-18
Vehicle Receive Report Item #: (We have no idea what this number is for)
Color according to Vehicle Receive Report:
Vehicle Shipping Report Date: 1991-04-25
1-2 Shift (RPM):
2-3 Shift (RPM):
Vehicle Shipping Report 3#: 55199 (We have no idea what this number is for)
GM Build Log:
Build Date: 1991-04-04
GM Final Ship:
Ship Date: 1991-04-25
ECM: 100608
Order Number:
Charge to Dealer:
Ship to Dealer:


Transaction Details
1991-09-30 Buy  - Retail sold date. 
1993-01-15 Maintenance  20623  Sam Mason - Mesquite TX USAReplace front prop shaft. Evans GMC, Dallas, TX. 
1995-02-11 Buy  45  Ron Gregory - Garland TX USABought Truck from Big Billy Barrett in Mesquite, TX. I found out from the sales guy that the former driver was Sam Mason of Dallas. He leased the truck from Evans GMC back in 1991 for three years. Sam did a lot of stuff to the truck. When the lease was over he returned the truck with 40-lb injectors and a stock chip [which I found out before I bought it, because I found the former driver]. The truck ran like crap, so I told them the truck was toast. I bought it for a really good price in 1995. 
1996-04-01 Other  Ron Gregory - Garland TX USACrankshaft broke between #5 and #6. I discovered that the former driver had offset-ground the crank for a longer stroke. That did not work. I found TRW pistons that had been shaved .070 and SBC pink rods. After nearly a year of saving money, the truck was back on the road with an original crankshaft and original rods. 
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