1955 GMC Model 250 Pickup - I had a 1956 GMC Model 100 that was a 1/2 Ton model (with a 3/4 Ton Chevy frame)! This was before the GMC V6 came along, so the old venerable but very tough 270 cubic inch GMC (Jimmy) straight six was the base engine, It was advertised as making 120 hp at 3200 rpm(!). Lovers of "Low-RPM" engines ("Torque-Masters") need not look any further. This 270 engine was substantially bigger than the Chevy (216 or optional 235) six. It could be bored out to 300 cubic inch
Who says biscuits are a side dish? We like ‘em baked right into the meal and mixed with chicken for a delicious one-dish dinner. This Chicken Pot Pie Bubble-Up Bake brings all the comfort of a home-cooked meal. The mixed vegetables are sneakily added in for the kids and tastes amazing!