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'76 Blazer Frame. Restored, Painted, drilled for ORD flip

Discussion in 'General Parts for Sale' started by guido666, Nov 20, 2005.

  1. guido666

    guido666 1/2 ton status

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    $100. NO REASONABLE OFFERS REFUSED. I'm moving and don't want to take it.

    This was the frame I was prepping for my '76 Blazer project. Changed plans. Frame was cleaned, rusted portions were replaced with 1/4" steel plate for strenght, body mount points were plated with 1/4" as well. Rear spring hangers removed, and holes drilled to accept an ORD shackle flip. The whole frame was coated with POR15 for future rust prevention. Steering box brace plate welded on (frame wasn't cracked, just figured I'd do it before trouble started). Located in Ashland, Ohio 44805.

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  2. guido666

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    Price updated. I need to sell this so make offers.
     
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    Price updated. Make me an offer or maybe offer to trade something. I'm moving and don't want to try to take it from Ohio to Colorado.
     
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    How about selling me that Z-Bar bracket?
     
  5. guido666

    guido666 1/2 ton status

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    Noahrob,
    Any interest in the flares still? I'm not really too gung-ho about trying to cut the bracket off, and now a lot of my tools are packed up to prepare for moving. I would be willing to consider a deal with the flares included, you?

    In General: Price updated. Someone has to have a need for this thing, especially in this area where everything rusts away to nothing.
     

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