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Old 02-01-2007, 07:55 PM
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196X's Chevy worth $1200?

theres a guy sellin a 1960 somethin pickup

i dont know if its short/long bed

i just noticed it

is it worth 1200?

prolly can get 1000 out of him

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Old 02-01-2007, 11:32 PM
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theres a guy sellin a 1960 somethin pickup i dont know if its short/long bed i just noticed it is it worth 1200? prolly can get 1000 out of him
Of course you know, We need more info than what you're giving us. You're handle is great...how about some pix? Check it out when you get a chance and let us know more and maybe we can give you a better idea of what we think of your pick-up!
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if its a shortbed, fleetside, big back window truck with the original auto , yes snag it its worth it, if its just a run of the mill post 63 long bed stick 6cyl, you could get it cheaper if you look hard enough
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Old 02-02-2007, 10:15 AM
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Take some pictures of it and post them on this thread so we can tell more about it.
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i'll try... i'm goin up that way tomorrow to go work on my Vee Dub

so i'll stop by..

its a fleetside i'm almost certain
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Old 02-03-2007, 04:26 PM
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An aqaintance of mine just got 8K for his 64 short wide.---fitted with a 454, and dropped to the ground-----no tranny, no interior, ugly paint.
Somebody really got hosed on this one

I got my (for my son) 64 short wide for no cash at all. Traded Airmiles for it

essentially a rust free, running, 6cyl/3spd. with most of the original bed floor intact.-----and no dents anywhere---even the tailgate is flawless!

The truck is worth what someone will pay for it.
I would have had no qualms at all paying 2k for the truck I just got, but the man wanted a plane ticket instead.

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i went by there just now..

i think its a shortbed stepside..

idk it was dark
but if it is.. i'll drop that crap haha

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Bryan, you get the award for "Deal of the Year".

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Bryan, you get the award for "Deal of the Year".

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Yep---still grinning over it

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the truck is 1,000 now..

it looks kinda inbetween short and longbed...


and manual stepside

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the truck is 1,000 now..

it looks kinda inbetween short and longbed...


and manual stepside

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ok, measure the box, 6' is short bed, 8' is long bed. if the bed has steps in front of the wheels and 'exposed' fenders, it is a stepside, very desirable truck to have. if it has str8 bed sides, it is a fleet side 6' trucks in this case, are the most desirable to have. 8' step sides were produced, but very rare. I could have had a running/ driving ( with nice shiny paint, only rockers had rust ) '63 GMC 1/2 ton 2wd 6' stepside, with a colum shift 3spd/ 305E V6, for $800, needed a carb rebuild to be reliable, almost bought it but didn't, wish I did.
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ok, measure the box, 6' is short bed, 8' is long bed. if the bed has steps in front of the wheels and 'exposed' fenders, it is a stepside, very desirable truck to have. if it has str8 bed sides, it is a fleet side 6' trucks in this case, are the most desirable to have. 8' step sides were produced, but very rare. I could have had a running/ driving ( with nice shiny paint, only rockers had rust ) '63 GMC 1/2 ton 2wd 6' stepside, with a colum shift 3spd/ 305E V6, for $800, needed a carb rebuild to be reliable, almost bought it but didn't, wish I did.
i know bout that.. the mesurements.. b/c i have a 1963 stepside longbed 3 on the three 1/2 ton straight six..

but my dad wont let me have it..

and when your on the way to church you just dont have a tape mesure with you
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