couple of trucks

64ss409

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I like the way they tubbed the yellow Chevy, inner fenders from a early/mid 60's fleetside. Looks good.
 

Jeff Olson

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k9hotrodder409

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You guys interested in tripling your money?:poke
Jeff , I already did. Sold it 5 years ago for $3,500 Sold the N.O.S. Chevrolet bed for $2,000. Headboard , Sideboards Bed supports R/S rear fender )Tailgate , Gate chains and rubber covers . All in the original GM Cardboard. Bought them when I was a Chevrolet parts manager for dealer cost + 10%. They were all still available from Chevrolet then.Nice $5,000 profit
:crazy:cheers
 

david montanbeau

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Drove mine to Detroit from San Diago when I was discharged in 73. 10 miles to the gallon back then. Painted it red and put a 454 with tunnel ram with a turbo 400. Smoked the hole 1/4. Sold in 75 for 7.000. Lot of money back then. Bought this truck. 1956 Chev.jpg
 

oldskydog

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55 Cameo I bought from a farmer near Stockton (Ca) in 84 for $1000....sold it in 85 for $2500. There's a 56 in worse shape for sale here for $8500.:doh My 55 Cameo 1984.jpg




58 shortbed fleetside big back window. Bought it off the reservation in 96 for $50 with no rear axle, engine or trans. Added correct axle, rebuilt brakes, installed correct 58 283 and 3 speed. Running and driving and only got $1700 for it in 2005.....trucks like that are advertised now for $6000+:dunno2 58apache.jpg
 

Jeff Olson

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If I could have afforded to keep the cars/trucks I had 30+ years ago I would have a much better looking retirement nest egg. Of course I would not have been smart enough to keep them anyway.
 
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