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1968 Frame , Cab , Fenders , Short Bed , And Misc. on 2040-cars

Year:1968 Mileage:0
Location:

Warren, Maine, United States

Warren, Maine, United States

1968 FRAME ,CAB AND CHASSIS ,ALONG WITH INNER AND OUTER FENDERS , EXHAUST, BENCH SEAT AND BUCKET'S ,DOORS , AND MISC, STUFF !  THERE IS NO RESERVE ON THIS OTHER THAN STARTING THE BID AT $500.00 DOLLARS !  THANK YOU AND GOOD LUCK !!!!!!  This Will Sell to The Highest BIDDER !


On Sep-15-14 at 04:04:55 PDT, seller added the following information:

The Vehicle has a Serial #  CS147B144370 and is Clear !


On Sep-18-14 at 04:25:32 PDT, seller added the following information:

This actually is a 1967 ,  My Bad , The parts are worth a lot more !!!!  I am selling , because , I am Cleaning out my barn ! I have been collecting for 35 to 40  years .  I have had a Stroke , and I am trying to clean out my Inventory !!!!!  Thank's for Listening .

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