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#1398167 Sun Feb 21 2021 12:16 AM
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Spotted this AD while surfing the ole enterweb this afternoon. This would be a nice start for someone looking for an AD truck.

https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/1947-chevrolet-pick-up.1221616/

Last edited by olezippi; Sun Feb 21 2021 12:25 AM.

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olezippi #1398200 Sun Feb 21 2021 06:54 AM
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Start ,looks like it is well on its way and the price is fair


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KEVINSKI #1398367 Mon Feb 22 2021 11:55 AM
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Originally Posted by KEVINSKI
Start ,looks like it is well on its way and the price is fair

I guess I meant a good start for someone new to the game. Nothing like pulling one out of an old barn yourself though.


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olezippi #1405254 Thu Apr 08 2021 10:02 PM
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Wow that is a nice starting point. I do agree with you olezippi. One of my favorite parts of my truck is knowing how and where I found it in total shambles and how I resurrected it to what I drive today.


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