GMC





Origin: US USA

Founder William C. Durant

Years of Activity 1911-present

Headquarters Detroit, Michigan, USA

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  • Current Production

    Since 2023 GMC Hummer SUV
    Since 2021 GMC Hummer
    Since 2021 GMC Terrain
    Since 2020 GMC Yukon / Yukon XL
    Since 2018 GMC Sierra
    Since 2017 GMC Terrain
    Since 2016 GMC Acadia
    Since 2014 GMC Canyon

    Discontinued Production

    2014-2020 GMC Yukon / Yukon XL
    2013-2019 GMC Sierra
    2009-2017 GMC Terrain
    2006-2016 GMC Acadia
    2006-2014 GMC Yukon / Yukon XL
    2001-2009 GMC Envoy
    1999-2006 GMC Yukon / Yukon XL
    1998-2000 GMC Envoy
    1991-1993 GMC Typhoon
    1991-1992 GMC Syclone

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    Author Message
    AU HQMonaro1972

    2020-02-06 18:50
    Desscythe17 wrote

    It usually gives errors like that if you are using symbols like ' in it, or if you are using commas instead of periods, or the other way around.
    I don't think your entry will be accepted, because there is a watermark on the front picture.


    I have a better one, if you'd like a link. No watermark.


    NL Desscythe17

    2020-02-06 16:42
    HQMonaro1972 wrote
    It won't let me add any engine data for the Sprint. Something about a SQL error, no matter what I do.

    It usually gives errors like that if you are using symbols like ' in it, or if you are using commas instead of periods, or the other way around.
    I don't think your entry will be accepted, because there is a watermark on the front picture.
    AU HQMonaro1972

    2020-02-06 16:02
    HQMonaro1972 wrote
    It won't let me add any engine data for the Sprint. Something about a SQL error, no matter what I do.

    Just in case I have to say it, they basically had all engines available in the 1970-1972 Camaro, and a 365hp 454.

    -- Last edit: 2020-02-06 16:02:49
    AU HQMonaro1972

    2020-02-06 16:00
    It won't let me add any engine data for the Sprint. Something about a SQL error, no matter what I do.
    AU HQMonaro1972

    2020-02-06 15:01
    Desscythe17 wrote

    The problem with commercial vehicles is the variations. Passenger cars can have different bodystyles, sure, like a sedan/coupe/wagon. Commercial vehicles basically have endless options (different wheelbases, different truck beds, different cabs, windows or not, etc) this would mean you have 25 pages on WCS per pick-up truck alone, which is why we dont do commercial vehicles.


    I'll put in the effort, since we already have pickup trucks
    But bed sizes aren't necessarily the most important factor in a truck's appearance


    NL Desscythe17

    2020-02-05 08:32
    HQMonaro1972 wrote
    okay so maybe I need a refresher or something, what does it mean when people are like "Can't add it it's a commercial vehicle"

    if you're trying to add all the cars in the world what's that supposed to mean, I don't get it

    The problem with commercial vehicles is the variations. Passenger cars can have different bodystyles, sure, like a sedan/coupe/wagon. Commercial vehicles basically have endless options (different wheelbases, different truck beds, different cabs, windows or not, etc) this would mean you have 25 pages on WCS per pick-up truck alone, which is why we dont do commercial vehicles.
    AU HQMonaro1972

    2020-02-04 22:32
    okay so maybe I need a refresher or something, what does it mean when people are like "Can't add it it's a commercial vehicle"

    if you're trying to add all the cars in the world what's that supposed to mean, I don't get it
    UK Celestial

    2012-01-10 22:34
    OK. ;)


    FR Rinspeed

    2011-12-22 17:51
    Celestial wrote
    Syclone page ready.

    Next time please complet all the page (or i dont accept it because i had to do it if you don't do it)
    UK Celestial

    2011-12-22 16:57
    Syclone page ready.

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