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87 Chevy
#1397600 Tue Feb 16 2021 10:28 PM
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'Bolter
Dang, passed up a very fine 87 1/2 ton several months ago. I thought at the time that I should have made the Stovebolters aware. newly rebuilt 350 and extras, good body etc. A friend off mine that owns a huge salvage yard in Kissimmee, FL asked if I was interested said that the guy came in saw his 2010 Ford F-150 and used his 87 Chevy as a down payment. Could drive it any where in the US with no problems. He was asking $1,500.00. Sorry folks something told me I should have placed it on Stovebolt. Doc.


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Re: 87 Chevy
Doc.Hall #1401983 Fri Mar 19 2021 04:33 AM
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I know I have way too many projects, but I have been wanting a mid 80's square pick-up. I have a big block 86 Sub, and way too much stuff, but that would fit the bill for sure.
Perhaps after we finish the 6400 I can start looking again.

Steve


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