GM Pickup Homecoming To Happen In Fort Wayne, Indiana Next Month3
Many of the new K2XX-based GM pickups are built in Fort Wayne, Indiana. To celebrate such an occurrence, GM and the Northern Indiana/Ohio Dealers Association are sponsoring a daylong homecoming of sorts for GM pickup enthusiasts.
It will take place September 14th in Fort Wayne’s Allen County Memorial Coliseum parking lot. and include a huge parade of Sierras and Silverados, and some games, prizes, and maybe a truck pull or two. An estimate of nearly 1,500 pickups are expected to show up, which would make this event a contender for a Guinness World Record — if a Guinness representative were on hand. However, if that’s not the case, it could become an unofficial record even if 386 trucks are lined up.
Interested in joining the homecoming fun with your GM truck? Take a look here.
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We pass by a GM plant, not too far north of Ft Wayne, on our way to Florida. I’ve always wondered what they made there… now I know.
I have a feeling that there will be lots of overtime done in that plant.
Thus is a really nice truck!!! I just really don’t know Why motor trend just don’t really LIke it based on the throttle response
Ft. Wayne Plant is the best