This truck was built from the frame up three years ago. A Non-Paying Bidder alert will be filed and Buyer will be Blocked from further Bidding activity. The truck comes first and I will need some parts and some advise. It was a handy little truck but the time came, when I needed the flatbed for a newer truck. The engine was recently rebuilt and has less than 5000 miles on it. Maybe next spring, he'll be driving it a day or two a week.
Yet, I'll do what it takes. I welded it back together. I just wanted the truck. He brought with him the engine and tranny from the 1972 for me to start on. Runs and drives good with 396 and turbo 400.
I wasn't real keen on it as the next project truck. Consider age and condition of Vehicle when bidding. That was amazing for the four of us to do that. On the outside it is all stock -- just like it came out of the factory. What we've got on the site so far are a , a , a , and the 2011 project truck: the. But I told him if he got it going, we would consider it.
If we can't do a website, at least we did an to show off some of these beauties! Copyright © 1995-2019 Mechanicsville, Maryland We could practically build a whole website on Bill, Wayne and now Troy's old truck collection! Turns out he only lives a few miles from me. I told the gal who was in charge of the City's fleet that I was interested in that truck!. Headlights were changed to a rectangular shape, and the interior was enlarged. I kept the old door with the City of Independence signage. It came out really nice. This is the rarest C300 4matic out there.
Power-assist brakes with front discs make for steady stops. So, I put a fat bed on it and used it around the farm for a few years, as a header trailer and for hauling soy beans and stuff like that. Truck was originally outfitted with a 454 big block engine which has long been removed. The tuck was purchased new by the City of Independence, Missouri in 1971 --- I was there when they delivered it. I was going to use this to haul my bug to the races but have found something else that I want more.
We had a good crew of Bolters attend, too. So the little 1-ton sat in the cave for 10 years from 1995 until this December without being started. Provision of a valid resale certificate or tax-exempt certification with payment may exempt buyers from sales tax. We ended up changing the frame. But if we get the time, we'll keep the project moving. But, this truck got the call and we started in January, taking it down to the frame. I added a 10,000 winch and 6' aluminum ramps to make the loading easy.
Only a few basic operational tests were performed. I had been keeping my eye on that truck ever since it arrived in Missouri. I have the City number for the truck. I was up at the City Garage when they got that truck. No warranty, assertions or representations made. When I was done, I met him at the same truckstop and swapped rigs again. The red-on-red theme continues into the custom interior.
Exterior body has rust and other damage around the entire body that has accumulated over the years. Troy got it out and all we did was put a new battery in it, filed the points so they would fire, add fresh gas and it started right up. Out back is an aluminum and steel diamond-plate flatbed with dual tool boxes and mud flaps. Payment Policy: Payment to be made by Cash or Buyers PayPal account using a confirmed email address. The following year, the windshield changed to a curved form to provide better visibility and room inside the cabin. A diesel engine was also introduced for the C and K10.
Troy worked on it all the way through. I was 21 years old when that truck was built and I had a love for that truck and I wanted it ever since I first saw it. I told him I was going to take the spade off of it. The car is in great condition as seen in the pictures. Due to government regulations and the energy crisis, most of the improvements were made on the engine. It's all about motivation and wanting to get it done.
Planning on hauling my motorcycle and its trailer on the flat bed, while pulling a vintage Airstream. The truck lineup was powered by an equally impressive array of powertrain configurations, and this C30 Dually Flatbed from the Dale Reed collection is equipped with the largest-displacement V-8 Chevrolet had in its engine room, backed up by a 5-speed manual transmission. It's Troy's senior year of high school and I'm sure he'll drive it to school some. The truck was stripped to a bare cab inside and out and profession 4 years ago. Buyer must pickup at location on scheduled pickup day and time indicated and must be prepared to remove the item at their cost and with their own resources. I sand blasted every removed part prepped, primed and painted it before reassembly. It does cost a lot of money but I'm frugle.