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'67 Chevy K20

Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Don, Jul 29, 2003.

  1. Don

    Don 1/2 ton status

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    \'67 Chevy K20

    Have an opportunity to pick up a '67 K20, 292, SM 420, Eaton rear axle, Closed knuckle 44 up front. Not sure of what T-Case [have'nt seen truck in 30 year's] Any Idea's?

    This thing has around 20,000 original mile's, been sitting in a covered shed for 30 year's.

    What should I offer the Guy? $400.00? $200.00? /forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif

    It's in great condition, other than Mice nest's, rotten fuel, and I'm sure raunchy green stuff in the carburetor. /forums/images/graemlins/eek.gif
     
  2. Rusty68

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    Re: \'67 Chevy K20

    If its that low of miles and in good shape it should be worth quite a bit. But if you can get it for cheap go for it! The 67-68 trucks are alot more different then the later 69 and up, but they are still capable. The rear leaf springs can be a pain as they are alot longer and nobody makes a lift for the rear except for blocks. The 292 is way cool in my book. If I remember right it should be a rockwell transfer case. Some of the early 67's had a divorced box.
     
  3. JIMs70K25

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    Re: \'67 Chevy K20

    Like Rusty68 said the rockwell T221 transfer case.
     
  4. bouncytruck

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    Re: \'67 Chevy K20

    Definately worth that price. That sounds like a great truck. You might find more info at the message boards on 67-72chevytrucks.com.
     

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