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71swb4x4 ( 2  1 stars)
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Registered: November 2003
Location: Brookings, SD
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1965 one ton, dually, dump bed, Brookings, South Dakota
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Description: This truck is owned by a friend of mine. He is not a truck guy in the least. He was going to park it by the highway and put a for sale sign in it but I talked him into letting me put it here first. It's a solid old truck, and should get a shot at going to someone who will appreciate it. Anyway, here's the good stuff:

1965 Chevrolet one-ton dually with a dump bed. The bed is an old grain bed with plywood sides. The engine appears to be a 327. Tranny is a 4-speed. No power steering or power brakes.

Rust - the truck is fairly solid. A little rust in the rockers and cab supports, but nothing too bad. Doors are pretty solid.
Windshield is toast.
Seat could use some attention.

Mechanical - The whole truck should be given a good once-over. My friend just used it for a couple jobs, and the guy before him used it as his garbage truck for roofing jobs. If I was buying it I would plan on giving it a complete tune-up, replace all fluids, check brakes over, etc.

In all honesty, if I hadn't bought my 67 one-ton dually dump this spring, I would have bought this one. It's a great start. The body is decent. I can tackle the mechanical aspects, but a rusty body is a bit tougher to get whipped into shape.
We drove this to the landfill two weeks ago. It ran great. We did bleed the brakes before we went. Hoist worked very well.
Keywords: 1965 one ton, dually, dump bed, Brookings, South Dakota


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71swb4x4
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Registered: November 2003
Location: Brookings, SD
Posts: 9296
Comment Date: Mon August 31, 2009
I did have one problem. I couldn't find the VIN tag. Where are they located on this era of trucks?



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Location: Bentonville , AR
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Comment Date: Thu September 3, 2009
vVIN tag is at the top of you door after you open it look up.

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Registered: April 2008
Location: Outside the Box, Austin,TX
Posts: 741
Comment Date: Tue March 16, 2010
Man this thing is sweet did anyone ever snatch it up?

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71swb4x4
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Registered: November 2003
Location: Brookings, SD
Posts: 9296
Comment Date: Tue March 16, 2010
I think it is still available. I am pretty sure it's sitting out at my brother-in-laws house. It is a cool old truck. I have a 67 dump truck, otherwise I would be using this one.

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