1977 Chevy Tow-truck C-65 on 2040-cars
Lancaster, California, United States
Body Type:flatbed tow truck
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 8
Model: Other Pickups
Trim: C-65 2 doors
Drive Type: rear wheels (RWD),
Disability Equipped: No
Sub Model: C-65
Condition: UsedA vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections.Seller Notes:"366 ENGINEAUTOMATIC ALLISON TRANSMISSION RUNS BRAKE LINES MUST BE BLED"
Please don't bid if you don't have the intentions to buy.
Let me tale you about the tow-truck.
The guy I bought it from said it has air in the brake system. When I pump the brakes twice it barely stops. I drove the tow-truck from his house to my house witch was about 45min. I bought it not for business just to have it in my yard for looks.
The gauges don't work for the exception of the speedometer.
Gauge cluster is about $20-40 at the junkyard
Passing smog? I don't know. Might pass or it wont. Might just be a simple fix or a major fix.
This tow-truck is a business, what you put in you'll get it back.
Engine and transmission has small leaks its expected for a 1977
Sorry No paypal, cash only
I encourage bidders to inspect the Tow-truck befor bidding. Feel free to text only for questions (661) 675-5071
Please Note!!!! Seller reserves the right to remove this ad at any time
All s ales are final. Items are sold AS IS. No returns, exchanges or credits accepted. No warranties provided on itemes
It is the Buyer's responsibility to confirm the item condition prior to purchasing the item. No allowances will be made for any undisclosed or inaccurate descriptions, changes in item condition, damages, or breakdowns after the item has been sold. Item conditions are subject to change due to the length of time between the date of the initial inspection and the time the item is sold. Therefore, item descriptions are not to be misconstrued as an guarantee or statement of warranty of any kind at the time of purchase.
All taxes, fees, and penalties due to the DMV, are the responsibility of the buyer.
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