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Hi All,
Looking for a 1955-59 LCF for sale. Up to $10k for the right truck, less would be better. It doesn't have to be a show truck but run/drive would be nice. A little work to be road worthy but not a basket case. I've got a 2 mile drive to work so maybe a daily driver in the future. Closer to the north east if possible. I've seen a bunch on the west coast but would have to ship to central NJ which could be more expensive than the truck at this point. Pictures with prices please.
Thanks Everyone,

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I've seen several of them For Sale on the East Coast, on Facebook Marketplace. I've owned several 55-57 model Chevy LCFs. All of the 5000 series, 55-59 LCFs are 2 ton Medium Duty Trucks. Their were also Heavy Duty 7000, and 9000 series Chevrolet LCFs.

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