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The history of GMC is very closely associated with William Crapo "Billy" Durant and Buick.
After Durant began to save the case of the unsuccessful Scott David Dunbar Buick, it was decided to create a holding company that owns the rights to Buick, and on its basis a corporation.
This event happened on September 16, 1908. This is how General Motors was created.
Already in 1909, the Rapid Motor Vehicle Company, which was located in Pontiac, Michigan, was acquired.
It was founded on December 22, 1901 by the brothers Maurice and Max Grabowski, the main activity is the production of trucks.
In 1909, the Reliance Motor Car Company was also acquired.
Two years later, both companies were merged into one General Motors Corporation Truck, and since 1912 the first trucks with the GMC Truck nameplate appeared on the market.
In 1949, a line of H-series trucks was introduced to the market.
The first all-wheel drive pickup was created in 1956.
In 1966, the first minibus Savana appeared on the market, although then it was also called Rally, until 1996).
The company abandoned the production of buses in 1989, and commercial trucks were also discontinued, except for small-tonnage ones based on the Savana.
In the 80s, the rather popular GMC Vandura was produced in the back of a van and a passenger minivan.
In 1998, the company name was shortened from "GMC Truck" to "GMC".