The Squarebody Chevy and GMC trucks have seriously been climbing; both in value, as well as in general interest from hot-rodders and restoration buffs. With timeless styling, the ability to fit anything from a 6-banger to an LS, to a big-block powerhouse under the hood, it’s no wonder.
They’ve cranked out tons of these things between 1973-1991, but over the course of that timeframe, some subtle styling changes had happened. In the case of the ’83-91 GMC, the front grille went though a few different iterations, with the GMC emblem itself being updated in 1983, and remaining in production through the 1991 model year.
More recently, the OEM replacement parts supply for these trucks have dried up, but Classic Industries have just announced a new replacement.
Classic Industries Releases New 1983-91 GMC Truck Grille Emblem
Huntington Beach, Calif. – Classic Industries, the leader in quality restoration parts and accessories worldwide, today released a new OER reproduction 1983-91 grille emblem for GMC Pickup, Jimmy Blazer and Suburban models.
Each letter in the 3-piece emblem set is manufactured from quality ABS material and features factory correct outer and inner inlay color finish, along with accurate mounting studs as original. Mounting hardware included.
153802 – 1983-86 GMC Pickup (C and K)
153802 – 1987-91 GMC Pickup (R and V)
153802 – 1983-91 GMC Jimmy Blazer (1/2 Ton)
153802 – 1983-91 GMC Suburban
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of GMEFI Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.