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88 1 ton 4x4, crew cab, $1500, burnt, Boise Idaho

Discussion in 'Complete Vehicles' started by wfo, Apr 2, 2006.

  1. wfo

    wfo Registered Member

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    I just bought an 88 1 ton, 4x4, crew cab in Boise Idaho. I bought it at an auction, but I haven't even seen it in person. We didn't have enough room on our truck to bring it back to California. If I can sell it, I don't have to go back and get it. If someone wants to pick it up in Boise this week, I would sell the truck for $1500. It had an interior fire, so it would just be for parts. The truck is a 454, turbo 400, 205 t-case, single wheel. I am sure that the motor is no good. I would hope that the transmission and t-case are still OK, but there is no guarantee. For sure, the 60 front and 14 bolt rear are OK. If you are doing a doubler, this is the 205 you want! E-mail trevor@wfoconcepts.com for pictures. My shop # is 530-268-9494

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  2. wfo

    wfo Registered Member

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    Anyone interested? Make me an offer if you can pick it up!
     
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    1-ton 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    If I had the time and money, I sure would be interested. When you say the engine is no good, do you just mean all the belts, hoses, and wiring is burned up? I assume the engine is still rebuildable? The fire would not have been enough to damage the block, heads, crank, and rods.
     
  4. wfo

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    I am sure it is rebuildable, it would just need all new accesories. Everything is still there.
     
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    Scrubby 1/2 ton status

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    If you still have this, what is your bottom dollar? I don't really need a D60, but if the price was right... Send me a PM.
     
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    Right now, my bottom dollar is $1300. I just paid to move it to another yard in Boise so I don't have to pay rent. Trevor WFO
     
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    Do you know what gear ratio in the axles?
     
  8. wfo

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    I don't know the ratio. I have never seen the truck in person. I have the vin # is you want to check that.
     
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    steve_kibbe 1/2 ton status

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    I wish this were on the east coast, I'd be all over it like stink on.........nevermind:D
     
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    I am sorry guys, but we had to pay more than we thought to move the truck to another yard. My bottom line is $1500 again. Trevor
     
  11. uglychevyZZ4

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    On pirate its quoted as being 1250.00 and a additional 30.00 a day to the price.. and on kraziek5.com its still quoted as 1250.00 total.. Really, need to get the prices aligned, unless buying from Pirate is cheaper :D
     

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