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Old 02-14-2018, 12:56 PM   #1
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1959 chevy longbed fleetside

up for sale a 1959 long bed fleet side bed. It needs new wood and a new support rod for the lower passenger bed side. It does have some very old bondo in it. It was made into a trailer a long time ago will sell it as a trailer but right now just selling the bed. Asking 1200 for the bed.
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Old 05-01-2018, 06:13 PM   #3
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Old 05-04-2018, 11:18 PM   #4
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Re: 1959 chevy longbed fleetside

If it'd be of interest, I'd trade you a freshly rebuilt 350 sbc. I'm looking for a new bed for my '59. I just built this engine for my '68 GMC and got a wild hair to build a BBC for it, so I've gone that route. It's an '80 block, with a perfect factory bore! The machine shop batted and magna fluxes the block and put a light hone on the cylinder walls. We were able to run stock bore four valve relief pistons with perfect piston to cylinder wall clearance. Two bolt mains, Melling oil pump, hyperutectic pistons, moly rings with about 200-250 miles on it since full rebuild. On its second oil change, run with Comp Cams break in oil, then Valvoline VR-1 10w30 racing oil. Comp double roller timing set, new spark plugs, new Comp lifters installed with cam. Lt1 cast iron heads, with polished aluminum center bolt valve covers. The heads are stock. Engine was assembled with all Fel-Pro gaskets. Weiland Street Warrior intake manifold, I could throw in an Edelbrock 1406 electric choke 600 cfm carb. Mild HFT cam with following specs:
Basic Operating RPM Range: 1,600-5,200
Duration at 050 lift: 214 int./224 exh.
Advertised Duration: 288 int./298 exh.
LSA: 112
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