GMC Light-Duty Trucks: By James K. Wagner. Book takes an in-depth look at the distinctions between GMC models and significant technical features over the last 100 years. It details the expansion of models prior to World War II, GMC's contributions to the military effort, and the major postwar styling and functional redesigns between 1947-55. Highlights breakthrough engineering efforts with the V-6 engine program that set GMC apart from other brands and summarizes the past 30 years of the GMC brand describing the diversity of models including compact pickups, vans and sport utility vehicles. Softbound, 128 pages, 130 b&w illustrations.