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Old Yesterday, 11:07 PM   #1
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Looked at this '67 today

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Had a guy call me out of the blue this morning and ask me if I was interested in buying a '67 Chevy 4x4. I went and looked at it this afternoon. (17 miles from me).. It has quite a bit of rust in the lower cab that has been patched with galvanized sheet metal and the fenders are pretty beat up. Started right up with the jump starter and sounds good. 250 6 cylinder/3 on the tree. He wants $2500 for it. The SPID is pretty beat up because it was missing the glove box door lock so the door has been laying open for quite a while. Looks legit though. Thoughts?

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Old Yesterday, 11:08 PM   #2
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Re: Looked at this '67 today

You left out one key item: 115 or 127 wheelbase? Because I love oddball (6-3speed 4wd ??!!) originals it perks my interest. But the pragmatic side of me sees the missing bed and a truck that really needs alot even to make it a driver. I price trucks like this for what it's worth in parts and kinda go from there. Maybe he will do $1500? Sure would be worth picking up for future options for that $$...........

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Re: Looked at this '67 today

I like it as is for a tool around truck. Doesn't look like it needs much other than rust repair.
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Old Today, 07:11 AM   #5
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Re: Looked at this '67 today

I think it would make a nice truck. Heck the one tow hook has got to be worth a couple hundred!
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Re: Looked at this '67 today

I would scoop that puppy up even if he wouldn't come down on price at all. Looks like it hasn't been molested like 95% of them I see.
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Re: Looked at this '67 today

The rust is a bit scary but for the right price.......
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Perfect ranch hand. Just what I need! (and a ranch)

I'd like it better with a 4spd, which I have, a winch, and a good set of mud tires. Then just give 'er the love she needs as she needs it.
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You left out one key item: 115 or 127 wheelbase? Because I love oddball (6-3speed 4wd ??!!) originals it perks my interest. But the pragmatic side of me sees the missing bed and a truck that really needs alot even to make it a driver. I price trucks like this for what it's worth in parts and kinda go from there. Maybe he will do $1500? Sure would be worth picking up for future options for that $$...........

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That is one of the things you can actually read on the SPID. It is listed as the first entry in the SPID list on '67's. W/ BASE 115

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Thanks to all for the comments. I will call him today and talk to him again.... I have all the parts it would need including a complete floor pan & SWB bed.

Grille, hood, doors & upper part of cab are all good.

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Re: Looked at this '67 today

Leon, that is pretty cool.
Can you read all the SPID well enough to have a copy made?
Flat beds serve a specific purpose for a specific owner. I'd prefer a standard bed. my self. I'm sure a standard bed would sell much better.
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I can say for sure that if it was on my end of the world, I would buy it! That thing is pretty cool with a lot of potential!
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Re: Looked at this '67 today

Not sure why but seems the ‘67 spid cracks like that
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Re: Looked at this '67 today

The fact itís an original short bed AND itís a small window 67 AND you have the goods at home to complete it makes it mighty enticing! That is unless you need to go to projects anonymous like me . (Laughs......)

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Asking $2500. - go with $2000.....any vintage running 4X4 gotta be worth it...The pluses...Its close to home, the dash isn't carved out like a thanksgiving turkey, and at that price you can always flip it, if you have buyers remorse....Oh almost forgot....run it through Barrett Jackson for a $20,000 profit !!!
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Asking $2500. - go with $2000.....any vintage running 4X4 gotta be worth it...The pluses...Its close to home, the dash isn't carved out like a thanksgiving turkey, and at that price you can always flip it, if you have buyers remorse....Oh almost forgot....run it through Barrett Jackson for a $20,000 profit !!!
Yes, there's a sellers etiquette that is used by most. You don't ask for what you want, you price it high so you can come down, THEN get your price... Not always the case, though...
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Re: Looked at this '67 today

I’d buy it for that, you don’t see real swb 67 K10s come up for sale everyday. Especially if you’ve got the parts to put it together already.
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