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1965-1966 K10 SWB #692022 Thu Nov 04 2010 07:31 PM
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Bill79065 Offline OP
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Afternoon All,

I am looking to buy a 1965 or 1966 chevy k10 pickup. I don't have any idea of its value. Can someone help?

The condition of the truck is rough (I would post pic, if I knew how)!! The previous owner sanded/sandblasted the body to metal and painted it, without priming.

There is body panel rust in the usual areas. Past that, there is a significant amount of surface rust; but, not much that penetrates the body panels. There is a dent in the top rear edge of the cab (in the roof above the rear window); but, the remaining body panels are reasonably straight. All glass is intact and, surprisingly, clear.

The pickup needs a motor and transmission. The rest of the running gear appears to be present. The pickup is a fleetside pickup; and, has the panomoric rear window and factory air conditioning.

The pickup is on a sheriff's title. It was seized in a drug bust; and, does not have the manufacturer's original vin plate.

When I say a 1965-1966 pickup, there's a reason. The pickup is titled as a 1966; but, all of the badging shows to be a 1965; and, I am not sure how to tell the difference, otherwise.

Thanks for your help!!!

Bill


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Bill Jones
Pampa, TX 79065

1978 GMC C15 Sierra Classic (454 engine)
1985 GMC C25 Sierra Classic (454 engine)
1963 Willys Wagon (230 engine)
1960 Willys Wagon (226 engine)
Re: 1965-1966 K10 SWB [Re: Bill79065] #692028 Thu Nov 04 2010 07:51 PM
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I wouldnt give no more than about $500 to $800.


1961 k-10
86 c-20
02 duramax
Re: 1965-1966 K10 SWB [Re: 62 short step] #692031 Thu Nov 04 2010 08:04 PM
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Bill79065 Offline OP
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Where can I find accurate production statistics for those model years? I would be very surprised if there were many 1965-1966 4x4 trucks with these options...


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Pampa, TX 79065

1978 GMC C15 Sierra Classic (454 engine)
1985 GMC C25 Sierra Classic (454 engine)
1963 Willys Wagon (230 engine)
1960 Willys Wagon (226 engine)
Re: 1965-1966 K10 SWB [Re: Bill79065] #692033 Thu Nov 04 2010 08:09 PM
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Little red could tell you. Im sure he will see this thread and reply.


1961 k-10
86 c-20
02 duramax
Re: 1965-1966 K10 SWB [Re: 62 short step] #692237 Fri Nov 05 2010 11:55 AM
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Re: 1965-1966 K10 SWB [Re: 4-5-6 Chevy Trucks] #692242 Fri Nov 05 2010 01:03 PM
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Bill79065 Offline OP
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Tony,

Thanks for the information. Is there a way to drill-down into the production numbers...how many of the 678 had panoramic rear window and factory air conditioning?

Thanks again...

Bill


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Bill Jones
Pampa, TX 79065

1978 GMC C15 Sierra Classic (454 engine)
1985 GMC C25 Sierra Classic (454 engine)
1963 Willys Wagon (230 engine)
1960 Willys Wagon (226 engine)
Re: 1965-1966 K10 SWB [Re: Bill79065] #692462 Sat Nov 06 2010 02:48 AM
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If you can find any original dash paint the 66 stands alone as gray all the others are fawn beige. Your truck is rare with the big back window and rare with fleetside but even more rare with the AC however finding the correct vin and correct motor are more important. great find and great project. the price to buy this truck will pale in comparison to the final investment.


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