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Re: What is it worth.

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John A.

04-22-2014 20:08:07

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Brent, You have 2 nice examples of older rigs, what are they worth???......
The Farmall M,, Run of the mill, nothing special to write Mom about. Real short on rear rubber, 10%. A single Cotton front, 75% rubber. Single pipe, flip-seat assembly... Not a Plus in anybody's book! A decent paint job, not spectacular, sure-enough not Show Quality the tractor will bring $1500 all day long...+ - $300! The Rear tires will dictate the worth at present time.
What I see from your single Pic
64,65,66 Series GMC 1500. Short narrow, No V6 badgeing on hood, So No V6 under the hood Decent paint not spectacular! Paint looks the be the Correct,, Lt Yellow for for era of truck I Do Like! Whoever painted it last Painted the Grill the Body color...WRONG they came white or chrome, No 2in white band painted around the Grill area, No Flat Gloss Black behind the grill, Wrong Hub caps, You have a GMC Please get a set of GMC Hub caps don't try to make it look Like a Chevy, The Jimmys Were truly Unique. I graded you a little hard, Yes Not meant to Irk you or raise your Arr, Temper! I really do like your Pickup. I am a Purest though on these old girls I cut my teeth on the steering wheel of a 59 Apache 10. But heart lies with my 66 chevy short narrow, Hot water 6 & 3 on the tree! I learned to drive on!!! I Do Still Still have it!
Holler at me sometime and we can visit about these trucks, My # is 512-577-3837!
My 66 Chevy is not for sale at any price!
John A.

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Brent Zappe

04-23-2014 00:21:16

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 Re: What is it worth. in reply to John A., 04-22-2014 20:08:07  
Hi John This g.M.C truck is a 1966 basic stock truck with a coupe add ons. This truck is 100% factory like it was found in the show room back in 1966. Nothing has been changed the truck has only 70,000 miles on a stright 6 250 engine. It can carry up to 5000 pounds but it had never been loaded down that hard. My Uncle John had bought it new in 1966 and just drove it around but he took great care of it.When I take it to car show here in town it always wins a trophy.This truck off the assembly line was number 1300 for the year of 1966. that has been proven from the stock GM show of last year here in Riverside Cal.

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John A.

04-23-2014 06:40:27

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 Re: What is it worth. in reply to Brent Zappe, 04-23-2014 00:21:16  
Brent, Would Love to See more pics of your old girl! Holler at me some time an we will talk trucks!
John A.

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