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Old 08-29-2019, 11:07 PM   #776
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South carolina bound and wish it was dark gold but if you guys saw the pics of the bottom its a buy at what i paid.i hate rust repair and its been painted since 1998 sooo
Congratulations!! It looks nice and you can always paint it dark gold again. Nice rig!!!
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Old 08-30-2019, 12:22 AM   #777
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South carolina bound and wish it was dark gold but if you guys saw the pics of the bottom its a buy at what i paid.i hate rust repair and its been painted since 1998 sooo
Nice buy! Congrats too. Are you gonna say what you paid?
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Old 08-30-2019, 06:45 AM   #778
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Nice buy! Congrats too. Are you gonna say what you paid?
Sure ...18k
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Old 08-30-2019, 09:54 AM   #779
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Thanks, again its a neat truck with great options. The order paperwork ive never seen, looks just like a corvette tank sticker. Please post up how it is in person when you get it home.
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Old 08-30-2019, 02:22 PM   #780
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Nice! A top shelf package if you will. Are you driving it back?
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Old 09-01-2019, 09:34 PM   #781
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Nice 72 that looks like everything is already done. If it was mine there would still be lots too do. (I'm slow) $26500.

https://portland.craigslist.org/clc/...968100314.html


This beauty was painted several years ago and looks amazing. The Tu-Tone color is a high-quality paint that looks like it was just done. The engine compartment has a strong 396 V-8 dual 4-Barrel Carter AFB carburetors with an automatic transmission that shifts smooth. Has the front and rear cold air-condition with tinted glass. The front and rear bumpers are nicely chrome in great condition. Nice Goodyear tires with Ultra chrome rims. The grill is also chrome in good shape and the stainless are good. All the glass including big back window have no cracks or stars. The custom interior in great condition without any rips or tears. Custom gauges were added. The Kenwood premium stereo system is over the top with Am/FM/CD with lots of speakers thru-out. This Chevy suburban has been well maintained and you can tell it when you drive it. too many other options to list. These suburban are becoming very desirable! Over 30k was spent on this beauty.The miles on this vehicle are exempt and unknown. any vehicle over ten years must be sold as exempt unless we have documentation from date of purchase.Call 503-653-4030 or 503-781-5027 for more information for sale at 19895 McLoughlin Blvd., Gladstone, Oregon DA9679 trades welcome. Check out our website at www.affordableclassicsinc.com
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Old 09-01-2019, 09:44 PM   #782
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70 GMC $26000. The previous one looks to be a better deal from the ads. But never having seen either one I could be wrong.

https://portland.craigslist.org/clc/...968983072.html

Must see. New performance motor under 500 miles, new transmission, converted front drums to disc brakes, 2008 Tahoe seats (power front). I have all receipts and the list goes on and on.
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Old 09-11-2019, 10:40 AM   #783
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Brought home this beautiful super nice all original medium olive with saddle 1969 in July. 2nd owner with 41k actual miles, this truck has been garage kept and has never seen salt. 350 4 barrel, turbo 350 with 3.73 rear end. It was ordered without 2nd or 3rd row seats and used for pulling a small trailer and camped in. An 80s K5 seat was added as a middle seat at some point. Quite a survivor with absolutely no rust and drives like a new truck as it should.

I cut the homemade trailer hitch off to have the fuel tank reconditioned. Rebuilt and tuned the Quadrajet and installed new master cylinder and booster. Removed the added vacuum gauge, and hydraulic trailer brake controller and wiring looked over the truck and handed the keys to my wife and shes been daily driving it. Looking for a chrome roof rack to add to it. Its been a great truck so far, looking forward to making memories in this truck. No more garage time for this one!
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Old 09-11-2019, 10:44 AM   #784
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Love the upholstery. Like to upgrade from plain white in mine. Congrats
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Old 09-11-2019, 04:44 PM   #785
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Brought home this beautiful super nice all original medium olive with saddle 1969 in July. 2nd owner with 41k actual miles, this truck has been garage kept and has never seen salt. 350 4 barrel, turbo 350 with 3.73 rear end. It was ordered without 2nd or 3rd row seats and used for pulling a small trailer and camped in. An 80s K5 seat was added as a middle seat at some point. Quite a survivor with absolutely no rust and drives like a new truck as it should.

I cut the homemade trailer hitch off to have the fuel tank reconditioned. Rebuilt and tuned the Quadrajet and installed new master cylinder and booster. Removed the added vacuum gauge, and hydraulic trailer brake controller and wiring looked over the truck and handed the keys to my wife and shes been daily driving it. Looking for a chrome roof rack to add to it. Its been a great truck so far, looking forward to making memories in this truck. No more garage time for this one!
Wow! All that and it's green too! You sir have been living right.
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Old 09-15-2019, 03:23 AM   #786
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68 K model GMC 350 TOT with all 3 rows! $4000. Not mine.

https://corvallis.craigslist.org/pts...946893831.html

Literally just out of the barn - this was our family vehicle purchased new in 1968 but has been sitting in our barn for 23 years. All original with the exception that in the late 70's we installed a new factory GM 350 V8. NADA classic value (low retail) is 10K, (average retail) 22K, and (high retail) is 40K. Since this classic needs some TLC I'm offering to sell it for $4,000 (the price we paid for it new in 1968), hoping someone will bring it back to life. Three on the tree manual transmission. It has some rust but since it has been under cover, the rust is not substantial. My dad drove it into the barn 23 years ago, he would start it periodically but it hasn't been started in over 10 years. I have not attempted to start it, I figured it was in the best interest of the new owner to go through the appropriate prep before doing so. I should have a replacement title by the end of the month, I'm taking offers between now and then.
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Old 09-15-2019, 07:09 PM   #787
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Did anyone here purchase this Suburban? If not, did anyone get the contact information. Im really liking this one. Definitely worth saving in my opinion.



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https://corvallis.craigslist.org/pts...946893831.html

Literally just out of the barn - this was our family vehicle purchased new in 1968 but has been sitting in our barn for 23 years. All original with the exception that in the late 70's we installed a new factory GM 350 V8. NADA classic value (low retail) is 10K, (average retail) 22K, and (high retail) is 40K. Since this classic needs some TLC I'm offering to sell it for $4,000 (the price we paid for it new in 1968), hoping someone will bring it back to life. Three on the tree manual transmission. It has some rust but since it has been under cover, the rust is not substantial. My dad drove it into the barn 23 years ago, he would start it periodically but it hasn't been started in over 10 years. I have not attempted to start it, I figured it was in the best interest of the new owner to go through the appropriate prep before doing so. I should have a replacement title by the end of the month, I'm taking offers between now and then.
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Old 09-17-2019, 11:09 PM   #788
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Roof rack stuff. Quick-n-easy $100

https://seattle.craigslist.org/skc/b...979413767.html

For Sale are roof brackets mounted on 4 Quick-N-Easy roof mounts. The roof mounts are designed to fit into the gutter of older model cars, pick-ups, etc. Will not work on newer vehicles that do not have gutters. As is shown on one picture the brackets are made from 2X2 wooden boards that are cut to conform to the shape of a boat, kayak, or canoe hull. A new set of Quick-N-Easy clamps alone sell for approx. $250. on ebay. Although these are not new, there is an advantage of having the wooden cross brackets already made to conform to the boat. Priced to sell at $100. cash
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