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1948-54 1/2 ton panel truck - $6450.00 #1268884
Tue Jun 12 2018 04:40 PM
Tue Jun 12 2018 04:40 PM
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Jay Self  Offline OP
New Guy
Joined: Dec 2013
Posts: 8
Columbia, MO
My "money tree" isn't getting near enough rain to produce here in the Missouri drought this year, so I've decided to sell one of my project vehicles to use as fertilizer and pay water bill for constantly having to water it. dance.


There isn't a 'serial number' tag on the panel so I am not sure of the year. However, it is obviously in that year range and in very good shape!

The frame is the original one I think, but it has had some 'additions' by PO - 5 lug rear axle with open drive line, new front floor boards (street rod type), probably a 71 / 72 C10 front axle (5 lug with disc brakes). Looks like PO was intending to street rod it.

It was a Deluxe model with trim on all fenders and I have some of the trim for it. The fenders are the original ones with factory holes for mounting the trim and are in a shape that would not be that difficult to fix - small tears, very little rust through, some surface rust, etc.

The back doors are in good shape as is the overall body. Rear doors have factory tail light, hinges, and handle. Hood is very presentable as well.

I purchased a 1949 rolling frame that had been blasted and powder coated to put under it, planning to move the rear body mounts from the old frame to make it like it came from the factory.

Also purchased a 1954 235 engine and three speed transmission - have receipts for machine work and new engine parts (have to track them down yet though.

I replaced the rear axle in the powder coated frame with a 2001 S10 Blazer 4x4 rear axle with disc brakes and the front axle on the pc frame already had the front disc set up installed on the I-beam axle. There is a new power brake unit yet to be installed, but will come with purchase.

The pc frame came with all new leaf springs and shackles. I purchased a kit to install the S10 rear axle in the correct position / fender positioning using the new leaf springs on it.

I found a pair of the correct original bucket seats for the panel and will price this whole package two ways - with the seats included or not. After sale of the panel, if person doesn't want the seats in the deal then they will be for sale separately (but only if they don't want them with the van).


Price with seats is $6450.00 and without seats is $6150.00. If I end up selling the seats afterwards they will cost $500 for the pair and shipping if buyer can't come here to get them.

Thank you for wading through all of this explanation, but hoped to answer as many questions with it as I could.

PM me for any other questions - I have some photos I've tried to include but not sure if that will work. I have others on my computer and will send them if you PM me your email address. Jay

Attached Files
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photos of panel and chassis
IMG_0258.JPG (198 downloads)
IMG_0259.JPG (199 downloads)
IMG_1020 (Small).JPG (200 downloads)
IMG_1018 (Small).JPG (197 downloads)

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Re: 1948-54 1/2 ton panel truck - $6450.00 [Re: Jay Self] #1268898
Tue Jun 12 2018 09:07 PM
Tue Jun 12 2018 09:07 PM
Justhorsenround  Offline
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Central, Oklahoma
Title or not?


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Re: 1948-54 1/2 ton panel truck - $6450.00 [Re: Justhorsenround] #1268899
Tue Jun 12 2018 09:41 PM
Tue Jun 12 2018 09:41 PM
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Jay Self  Offline OP
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Joined: Dec 2013
Posts: 8
Columbia, MO
Originally Posted by Justhorsenround
Title or not?

Sorry, but no - sold with a bill of sale. Wish there was a title, but there isn't.


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Re: 1948-54 1/2 ton panel truck - $6450.00 [Re: Jay Self] #1268944
Wed Jun 13 2018 03:25 AM
Wed Jun 13 2018 03:25 AM
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jorb  Offline
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Posts: 1,048
Wis
Do you have picture of passenger auxiliary seat?
If you do, are the mounting hinges still intact?


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Re: 1948-54 1/2 ton panel truck - $6450.00 [Re: Jay Self] #1268965
Wed Jun 13 2018 12:05 PM
Wed Jun 13 2018 12:05 PM
Tiny  Offline
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Posts: 8,226
South Central Kansas
OK guys. How difficult titles may or may not be to get in certain states doesn't belong here. Lets stay on buying & selling.


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Re: 1948-54 1/2 ton panel truck - $6450.00 [Re: Tiny] #1268980
Wed Jun 13 2018 03:19 PM
Wed Jun 13 2018 03:19 PM
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Jay Self  Offline OP
New Guy
Joined: Dec 2013
Posts: 8
Columbia, MO
Originally Posted by Tiny
OK guys. How difficult titles may or may not be to get in certain states doesn't belong here. Lets stay on buying & selling.
Ok, my bad for getting off topic, sorry.

As for pictures of the seat, I will try to get some and post them as soon as I can. Have them stored. Jay


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Re: 1948-54 1/2 ton panel truck - $6450.00 [Re: Jay Self] #1268994
Wed Jun 13 2018 05:11 PM
Wed Jun 13 2018 05:11 PM
Tiny  Offline
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Posts: 8,226
South Central Kansas
No, not YOUR bad. You simply advised the truck has no title. The truck not having a title is valid information a potential buyer needs to know. It was all the follow up about titling problems here & there that was turning the thread into idle chit chat that doesn't belong in a for sale ad.


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