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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Lone Rider, Dec 10, 2007.
Well, where do I enter?
Most of us use the doors.
What is this ?
In the 70's me and my buddies drove all over central America and Mexico on surf trips. We would see these ever so often.
Take a nice Soak.
The reliability went way up
Smiles per gallon stay about the same
I love a Happy ending.
Yes, I wish it had sold for dirt cheap. To me. But this makes it all better.
Remember the old Brush Truck that was for auction a while back? It went to a new, nice, home,
and the Department got a nice newer used truck.
"It turns out that the winning bidder, Robert Warner, who goes by the handle of “Wrancher”—and is a legit, life-long Colorado rancher, was relatively local. He came by the department personally, check in hand, to pick up his new truck. Born on the same Colorado ranch he still lives on today, Robert has plans to keep using the GMC as part of his calf and beef operations. The GMC is doing what trucks do and is being put back to work."
Acquired this from the original owner, 40,000 original miles, no rust, no dents, very clean.
Beautiful. Enjoy that one.
Thanks I plan to. It was stored in an enclosed shed since 1984. I Changed all the fluids, rebuilt the carb, flushed the cooling system installed new plugs, wires and a new battery. It fired right up and runs sweet. I swapped in power front disc brakes and because I live in Arizona I installed a Vintage Air A/C unit. Now I'm going to simply enjoy it.
Also I'm looking for two hub caps for the rear rims if anyone knows where I can get some.
Where did you source the brakes from? Was it a kit?
He's here til Thursday, folks, please tip your waitresses and have a good night...