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#1449158 Sat Apr 23 2022 09:25 PM
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This truck is in pieces so may belong in “parts” section but, the whole package goes as one.
49 3100 5 window with the cab,door, and various parts SB and primed. The bed, fenders (both) sets have not been touched other then removed from frame. This also comes with 82 s-10 frame and axles for the code 504 kit if you want to go that route (kit NOT included)(the stock frame is in “fair” condition). This truck has not had any rust repair done. It includes new AM roof panel, seat riser and cab corners, stock glass except rear and stock seat. No idea the condition of the 216 motor. Make no mistake it is a project but good starting point. NO TITLE, NO VIN PLATE. $4000 firm AT THIS POINT NOT SEPARATING
602-722-2652 TOPHAT aka Andy

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Tophat

1950 4400
1970 C10 shortbed
1979 El Camino SS Royal Knight
1949 3100
1946 2 ton flatbed
1949 3800 panel (newest one)

Queen Creek AZ
Tophat #1452309 Sat May 21 2022 03:38 PM
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From the looks of the valve cover it looks like you have a 235 motor instead of the 216 in your description. My apologies if I’m wrong.


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Tophat #1452348 Sat May 21 2022 09:26 PM
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Looks like someone cut off the steering column shaft too. Probably to get the cab off. The shaft should go from the worm gear to the wheel. And with the steering gear box open to the weather, that might be toast as well.
So yes, It's a project.
You should post another picture or two of the cab without the doors in the way of the cowls, so someone can see what they're getting into as far as cab repair.


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Spotbiltxo #1452624 Tue May 24 2022 04:41 PM
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Tophat Offline OP
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Guessed that it was 216 thanks for the correction


Tophat

1950 4400
1970 C10 shortbed
1979 El Camino SS Royal Knight
1949 3100
1946 2 ton flatbed
1949 3800 panel (newest one)

Queen Creek AZ
Spotbiltxo #1452626 Tue May 24 2022 04:43 PM
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I’ll try to get some additional pics later today. darn life gets in the way all the time 😁😁


Tophat

1950 4400
1970 C10 shortbed
1979 El Camino SS Royal Knight
1949 3100
1946 2 ton flatbed
1949 3800 panel (newest one)

Queen Creek AZ

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