1971 Chevy 1/2 Ton 2wd Pickup on 2040-cars
Norfolk, Nebraska, United States
Thank you for viewing this 1971 Chevy Pickup. It can be used for restoration or for parts. I originally bought it from a friend to be used as a parts truck for another project, but I am short on time. It was last licensed and on the road in 2006. I have not rotated the engine, but it was running when parked. It is a 2wd and it has been set up to run on propane. It has an original disc brake set up on the front. The glass is in good condition. The wood bed floor is rough. This vehicle will need to be picked up from its current location by the buyer, or a designated transport company. The pickup has the usual rust areas that one who is familiar with this trucks would come to expect.
I will flat out say that I need this auction to hit a minimum of $500 or I will just pull off the good parts, load it up, and scrap it out. Please message me with any questions that you may have if interested.
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