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Old 11-20-2011, 08:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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1962 Dodge crew cab power wagon 4x4

1962 Dodge crew cab. Has the original slant 6 engine and 4-spd transmission and runs well. The truck is an ex-air force truck and has all the stickers and badges still on the dash. The truck has a flatbed on it and I do not know if that is original.

The body is in OK shape except for the rockers and front floorpans on both sides. I have replaced the master cylinder, but not yet bled the brakes. The truck has a clean title and is currently on non-op. All the glass is good. There is no upholstry, and the seats in the truck do not belong and were there when I bought it. The front driver's hub is broken. Even though the truck runs it will need to be trailered home. Truck is in Reedley, CA. Bounce me an email or text with any questions or if you would like specific pics.






$2000 OBO, I'm open to trades - what do you have?

Call (559) 730-6967 after 4 PM on weekdays, call anytime on weekends, or text anytime
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Old 11-26-2011, 04:46 PM   #4 (permalink)
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i have a 19' jet boat . not sure if you are interested in anything like that?i will get some pics in a bit .
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Thanks for the offer, but boating is one of the few hobbies I don't participate in much.
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me either . lol
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My feedback about your ad: The picture makes the truck look like it been sitting in a field for 20 years. Drive the truck to some pavement, clean everything inside and out (no spider webs, dirt, etc), and take more pictures. If that truck is drivable, I bet you can get 3k for it.

For example: this is a picture of my land cruiser which was sitting under an oak tree behind a shop from 1978 until 2010. Cleaning off the dirt and parking it in a driveway makes it look a lot better than it really is. http://img411.imageshack.us/img411/5959/dsc0353w.jpg

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My feedback about your ad: The picture makes the truck look like it been sitting in a field for 20 years. Drive the truck to some pavement, clean everything inside and out (no spider webs, dirt, etc), and take more pictures. If that truck is drivable, I bet you can get 3k for it.

For example: this is a picture of my land cruiser which was sitting under an oak tree behind a shop from 1978 until 2010. Cleaning off the dirt and parking it in a driveway makes it look a lot better than it really is. http://img411.imageshack.us/img411/5959/dsc0353w.jpg
Thanks for the feedback. Not a bad idea about the background to the picture. Did some doughnuts last weekend without the brakes.
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Trade for economy car/small truck, early Bronco, high pinion dana 60, GM NV4500 4x4 tranny, firearms (through a dealer), pre-smog CJ, what else do you have?
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