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Between 1908 and 1911, entrepreneur and General Motors founder William C. Durant consolidated two competitors under the GM brand: Rapid Motor Vehicle Company and commercial vehicle-maker Reliance Motor Car Company. The incorporation of both firms would enable GM to form the General Motors Truck Company, and, by 1912, the name had been shortened to the highly recognizable GMC acronym. More than a simple General Motors division, an auto industry icon would be born.

GMC would go on to produce vehicles galore over the years, from fire trucks and ambulances to military vehicles, motorhomes, and even transit buses. The GM brand would even earn a Distinguished Service Award from the US government for its truck provisions during World War I. Today, as a luxury sibling of Buick and Chevrolet, it manufactures some of the most upscale vehicles for sale, from trucks and vans to crossovers, with legendary names like Sierra, Savana, and Acadia. 2002 would mark the marque's centennial, and the rest is automotive history.

That history's one we strive to uphold here at GM OEM Parts Online, through the exceptional quality of the genuine auto parts we sell. We only sell authentic, too -- parts made by GM guaranteed to fit that pickup, SUV, or van you love to drive.

We offer practically everything a savvy do-it-yourselfer would need as well -- alternators and ignitions, weather stripping and wiper blades and more. It's easy to order GMC auto parts from us online, too. Just browse our catalog by your model, its model year, and the types of auto parts you're looking for. Buy now, and we'll ship immediately, right to your door.

Have a question or some concerns while shopping? Looking for a little expert advice? We have a team of dedicated parts specialists second to none in the industry here to help. Simply get in touch.