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1950 3600 in Texas - eBay
#1384566 Sun Nov 15 2020 01:16 AM
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/383808586130

Lots of glossy pictures. Nice interior. Poor description: 350 V8 and 4-speed Automatic trans. Now I know it could have a 350 and a SM-420... And what about that VIN starting with T. Maybe it's a state assigned VIN? Anyway I contacted the seller for clarification.


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Re: 1950 3600 in Texas - eBay
Frank50 #1384578 Sun Nov 15 2020 02:48 AM
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Strange that they have tons of pictures, but none of the engine???

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Re: 1950 3600 in Texas - eBay
Frank50 #1384588 Sun Nov 15 2020 04:24 AM
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Yea,
pictures #20 &21 ..looks like VIN plate there but covered on Red Paint.??

Re: 1950 3600 in Texas - eBay
Frank50 #1384594 Sun Nov 15 2020 06:26 AM
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Asking price 18;000 on the website


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Re: 1950 3600 in Texas - eBay
Frank50 #1384878 Tue Nov 17 2020 02:12 AM
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Looks like a 235 and a "848" head in pictures.

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Re: 1950 3600 in Texas - eBay
Frank50 #1384904 Tue Nov 17 2020 04:46 AM
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Lipstick on a pig ,looks like a effort to spruce it up may be a decent truck but looks like someone painted over dents ,did not bother to paint inside of box and who knows what else .One would have to see it in person .


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Re: 1950 3600 in Texas - eBay
Frank50 #1384951 Tue Nov 17 2020 03:00 PM
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I'm with Kevinski, although calling it a pig with lipstick is, um , generous. You'd have to be foolish to give even what I see is currently the high bid for this "gem." Spruce it up? I think either the seller is an idiot or he thinks the buying public is.

Frank -- walk away from this one!!

Sortta reminds me of the story about the traveling salesman who knocks on the door selling Dr. Fantastico's Fabulous Formula. For a mere 10 bucks, you get 10 ounces of pure male enhancing elixir, guaranteed to make you taller, slimmer, smarter, more desirable by women, rich and a better fisherman or hunter (depending on if the premises is by woods or the water). If a woman answers the door, its guaranteed to make you taller, increase your bust, reduce your hips, make your china and silverware sparkle with just a simple rinse, remove all wrinkles, and eliminate gray hair. Also makes children smarter, disciplined, go to bed on time and eager to do chores.

The eager older, rotund gentleman eager makes the purchase and proceeds to guzzle the whole bottle on the spot ...

He immediately barfs it back up, screaming, "That's nothing but raw sewage!!!"

"See???" exclaims the salesman, proudly pocketing the 10 bucks. "You're smarter already!!"


John
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Re: 1950 3600 in Texas - eBay
John Milliman #1385072 Wed Nov 18 2020 03:40 PM
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I agree with John.
Originally Posted by John Milliman
Frank -- walk away from this one.

Its always suspect when the only pictures they show it what is good. What about pictures of the floor under that new floor mat, or some of the chassis, or under the fenders or bed. Another tell-tail sign is all of the dents. Who would put such a shiny paint job on a truck and not take out the dents. As HRL would say, “RUN, don’t walk away from this truck”.


Phil

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