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I have shared a passion for trucks since 1992. Unlike other commercial fleet dealerships, from our first contact you will enjoy the unique experience and genuine love for vehicles that brings us all together.  From standard work vans and trucks for sale to medium duty trucks from daily drivers to the most custom built trucks, no matter your desire, I deliver them to Dallas, Tulsa, Oklahoma City and nationwide.

We Have What You Need


The Right Vehicle, Right Now is my driver for being your choice for your next stock or upfit vehicle. I offer the largest selection of commercial Chevrolet & GMC trucks for sale. Choose your police vehicles, flatbeds, box trucks, Low Cab Forwards, service vans, crane bodies, rollbacks, landscape trucks and more. 

I offer new and pre-owned truck upfit bodies.

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Bob Pierce

Mark Allen Chevrolet

16837 S. US 75 Hwy 

Glenpool, OK 74033

(918) 600-8947

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We Focus On Providing Affordable Commercial Vehicle Financing For Your Business, No Matter the Industry Vehicle You Need.  Semi Trucks, Construction, Tow Trucks, Light & Medium Duty or Box Van. Financing Available Even If You Buy Somewhere Else.

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Partner With Irongate of Tulsa

Hundreds of Tulsa's Hungry Are Fed - Everyday


The Mission

Iron Gate's mission is simple. We feed the hungry of Tulsa—every day.  We feed people in three ways, through our soup kitchen, grocery pantry and Kids Pantry.  We call those who eat at Iron Gate our “guests” because we invite them to eat with us.  Our philosophy is we are all guests on this earth and guests treat one another with courtesy, kindness and respect.

The Vision

To be a friendly, welcoming place where all are greeted with a smile—a place of comfort and wholesome food, and a temporary respite from the major problems awaiting our guests outside our gates—unemployment, poverty, health care, shelter, transportation and more.


In 1978, three Trinity Episcopal Church parishioners stepped outside a men’s Bible study class to make a homeless man a sandwich.  The ministry grew and the word on the street spread: “If you’re hungry, go to the church with the iron gate.”

Iron Gate legally separated from the church and became its own 501(c)3 organization in 1984.  Since opening, Iron Gate has never turned anyone away who was hungry. After 41 years in the basement of Trinity Episcopal Church, Iron Gate moved into a new facility in Downtown Tulsa.  Thanks to the generosity of private foundations, corporations, the faith community and individuals, we continue serving the hungry of Tulsa—every day.

Iron Gate

501 W. Archer St
Tulsa, OK 74103