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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-25-2002, 10:30 AM
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Hey guys..

hevent been around for awhile...alot going on....prolly gonna have to sell my truck...what do ya think its worth?

1976 Chevy short wide box-custom deluxe 4x4 4 speed
124k orig miles on truck
-350 4 bolt rebuilt has 7K miles on it BALANCED PETE JACKSON GEAR DRIVE EDELBROCK INTAKE AND NEW EDEL CARB NEW EDEL VALVE COVERS NEW STARTER NEW RADIATOR HEADERS W/NEW EXH. AND FLOWMASTERS + more OVER 400 horsepower!!
running gear is 12 bolt rear and dana 44 front,the front end is newly rebuilt w/ball joints and all,new clutch warn locking hubs new u joint
interior is in great shape,dash pad, new carpet, new sun tachhas bucket seats from an astro vanhas a newer sound system w cassette and alpine speakers
body is good ,cept for needs a pass. fender very litle rust spots,canopy has full double rear doors and new locks on it,Tires are BFG 33,s siped new front bumper and has 18 wheeler style new rear bumper

THANKS GUYS
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<font color="green"> Don't do it, man, you'll regret it... You'll never get as much out of it as you put into it, and you'll kick yourself once you get out of whatever situation you're in now. I came close to selling mine awhile back, I'm real glad that I didn't... </font color>
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I'll have to agree with Shaggy on this one. You'll probably regret selling it. I bought my diesel from my cousin and evertime I see him he wants to buy it back. He got a '99 pwerstroke to pull his trailers but wishes he still had the K10 around for when he's not towing equipment. So if you can afford to "not" sell it I would say keep it.
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 10-27-2002, 09:04 PM
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I know ill regret it,just like most the other cars and trucks ive sold.....

But help me out here...what do you guys think the trucks worth?

Thanks...Dan
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<font color="green"> Hard to say without pics. I'd say it would probably go for $3000 around here.
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there is 1 pic attached shag...
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ill try n take a couple more if i can tomorrow...

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ill try n take a couple more if i can tomorrow... and the small block in my truck cost about 3 grand to build so....

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Around my area (eastern NY) you could get around 5k in the winter, and prolly 3500 in the summer. give or take. Also depending on who is looking at 4x4's when you are selling it. Get one of the city people and you might get more [img]images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
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