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Registered: February 2006
Location: Lilburn Georgia
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1971 Cheyenne 20 factory big block Atlanta Georgia
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$3,200.00 None Good
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Description: 1971 cheyenne 20 factory big block truck its got all the correct big block brackets and such it runs good but may need some brake work and a front seal in the transmission.The air conditioning is complete and still hooked up with the belt still on it blows "cool" and could use some freon.It also has a power lok rear axle.I had some rust repaired by a local body shop 1 rocker and 1 cab corner and under the tool box door in the bed side.It's pretty much straight with only minor dings and scrapes. This would be a good truck to drive as you fixed it up.call (678)300-4733 with any questions Mike
Keywords: 1971 Chevy Cheyenne 20 3/4 ton Big Block posi toolbox


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Blue_71
Bloo


Registered: February 2001
Location: Barren County Kentucky
Posts: 6286
Comment Date: Fri January 25, 2008
any interest in a swb fleet, 69, matching numbers 350/350 truck?

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Registered: February 2006
Location: Lilburn Georgia
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Comment Date: Fri January 25, 2008
Blue, you never know give me some details and pictures if you can.My e-mail is mtbbailey@yahoo.com
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