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cheap truck in Mass.

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 78Suburban, Mar 9, 2006.

  1. 78Suburban

    78Suburban 1/2 ton status

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  2. HarryH3

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    Look closer... That's a typical Massachusetts rot bucket. Even the rust has rust. ;) The only way to remove bolts from anywhere on the undercarriage is with a torch, hacksaw, or grinder. :( The road salt up there just dissolved old GM's.
     
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    hell yeah thats a good deal id be snaggin that sucker up in a split second if it here here :O

    it aint that rusty, you shoudl see the ones here, that one looks clean as hell

    rust is worth more here, since its all there is to find, you either buy rust or you buy nothing, just how it works over here and up there too

    hell its even got paint on it, and its shiny paint, thats rare as hell :O


    drool

    someone gonna be lucky, worth alot more than 800 if it were here,


    yall must have some real brand new shape trucks out there

    dang
     
  4. hack500

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    $5 says all that's holding the rust together on that truck is the shiny looking paint. look at the rockers, cab and fenders. :D
     
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    That thing has rust holes all over. Not even worth $200 IMO.
     
  6. HarryH3

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    Click on the 4th picture down on the left and then look closely at where the floor (should!) meets the rocker. There's at least a 1-inch gap where rust has eaten it away. Looks like the seat may drop out on the road soon. :shocked:

    And yes, we have WAY nicer rigs like that around here. Dry climate and minimal use of road salt makes them last a lot longer. :)
     
  7. cbbr

    cbbr 1 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    Buy the axles, get the rest for free. Translation - I'm not even attempting to take them off myself and please come take this POS.
     

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