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Found 8 results

  1. 1950 plymouth 2dr 3 window coupe, it sits on a 1978 Chevy S10 frame and drive train with 4 speed manual trans, 2.8 v6 engine, runs an drives great, new floor pans, mechanic owned, easy restoration to finish. $5000 or best offer. location is Mocksville, North Carolina. 336-608-2954 best to call 9 am - 3 pm EST. see pictures at: http://buzztrader.com/cars/1/06/7/19501067809.html . thanks jerry whitfield
  2. This 1949 Chevrolet series 3100 half ton short bed pickup truck is from dry western state of Texas. (Western cars cost less to restore due to lack of rust found in east coast trucks)power steering, power disc brakes, and a modern V-8 engine and transmission and with Lokr floor shift. 70K Engine and tranny came from a 1977 Chevy El Camino. This 1949 chevrolet pickup truck Original body in good condition, Stored inside for years with a good title, western truck, from dry Texas. Good fun driver truck to enjoy now at highway speeds, thanks to the modern V-8, with cooler added, automatic tr
  3. This 1949 Chevrolet series 3100 half ton short bed pickup truck is from dry western state of Texas. (Western cars cost less to restore due to lack of rust found in east coast trucks)power steering, power disc brakes, and a modern V-8 engine and transmission and with Lokr floor shift. 70K Engine and tranny came from a 1977 Chevy El Camino. This 1949 chevrolet pickup truck Original body in good condition, Stored inside for years with a good title, western truck, from dry Texas. Good fun driver truck to enjoy now at highway speeds, thanks to the modern V-8, with cooler added, automatic tr
  4. 1964 Ford F100 Custom cab pickup truck, beige, 223 cubic inch inline 6 cylinder engine, manual transmission column shift, 71150 correct miles, in same family since new. Options: radio, heater, defroster. Clean dash and nice upholstery on seat, $400 new tires, recently new: carb, solenoid, starter, ever wrecked, has original owners manual. This southern 1964 Ford truck never set outside in the weather, was always kept in a shed. Vin P10JH453348, data trim plate information: WB 114, Color K, Model F101, Body D81, Trans A, Axle 12, DSO 21, RPM 3600, HP 114, GVW 4200 lbs. Truck only h
  5. 1964 Ford F100 Custom cab pickup truck, beige, 223 cubic inch inline 6 cylinder engine, manual transmission column shift, 71150 correct miles, in same family since new. Options: radio, heater, defroster. Clean dash and nice upholstery on seat, $400 new tires, recently new: carb, solenoid, starter, ever wrecked, has original owners manual. This southern 1964 Ford truck never set outside in the weather, was always kept in a shed. Vin P10JH453348, data trim plate information: WB 114, Color K, Model F101, Body D81, Trans A, Axle 12, DSO 21, RPM 3600, HP 114, GVW 4200 lbs. Truck only h
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  7. I am selling my 1953 cad 4 door sedan. THE CALL HAS BEEN SOLD TO CADILLAC DEALER IN TEXAS THANKS FOR ALL THE INTEREST!!!!! Call LOUVER LOU with any questions 928 208-3002. $4500.00 I DO STREET ROD LOUVERS, I HAVE OLD SCHOOL 3 AND 4 INCH DIES. YOU CAN SHIP ME YOUR HOOD I WILL LOUVER IT AND SHIP BACK TO YOU WITH IN ONE WEEK. THANKS FOR LOOKING:D
  8. I AM BUILDING A LEAD SLED FROM A 1950 PACEMAKER HUDSON. I have all of the original drive train for sale Engine and trans 232 engine and 3 speed overdrive trans, Steering column, dash complete, fresh air box and heater assy, read end, complete front suspension cut off at fire wall, front and rear bumpers, grill, tail lites, headlite rings. If you dont see what you need email or call LOUVER LOU 928 208-3002
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