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1965 Chevy Suburban Carryall Truck on 2040-cars

US $7,250.00
Year:1965 Mileage:99999 Color: Brown and White / Blue and Gold
Location:

Rio Rancho, New Mexico, United States

Rio Rancho, New Mexico, United States
Transmission:Auto - Powerglide
Engine:V8
Body Type:SUV
Vehicle Title:Clear
Fuel Type:Gasoline
For Sale By:Private Seller
Year: 1965
Interior Color: Blue and Gold
Model: Suburban
Number of Cylinders: 8
Trim: Base
Drive Type: Automatic - Power Glide
Cab Type (For Trucks Only): Suburban
Mileage: 99,999
Sub Model: 10
Exterior Color: Brown and White
Condition: Used: A 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. ... 

JMJL
  • Condition: 
   This truck is almost 50 years old.  It starts, runs and is functional.  It is complete, all parts and pieces are here.  This was a daily driver for our family for about 3 1/2 years.   It then went back to a relative who used it for a couples years for a daily commute to work.  It has a little over 15,000 miles on it since a new engine rebuild.  Was out fitted with a RV cam and Edelbrock 750 Carb.  Carb alone was over $700.00.  All doors work, and lock, it is a compete car.  Also, the third row seat is still with the car.  About 25 years ago the interior was re-done and the Car was painted the two tone white and brown.  Original color for the car looks to be turquoise.


  • Features:
   This was a base model - its a simple truck that has the third row seat.

  • History: 
   We have been associated with this truck since 1988.  Was bought by our family in the LA area and moved to new mexico in the mid 90's

  • Shipping and payment
   Buyer is responsible for arranging for pick up of this vehicle.  It is drivable to just about anywhere in the south west, would have it trailed if car was gong to move further than a couple states away.  Payment of a 500.00 deposit within 24 hours of bid closing, and arrangement for truck pick up and final payment need to be made within 3 days of bid closing.  Cash, Money Order, or cleared Paypal payment accepted.

SOLD AS IS - WITH NO WARRANTY, ASK QUESTIONS MAKE SURE THIS IS THE TRUCK FOR YOU. 

IF YOU HAVE A BUYER RATING UNDER 5 YOU WILL NEED TO CALL ME FIRST TO TO BE APPROVED FOR BIDDING ON THIS AUCTION.  ANY BUYERS WITH LESS THAN 5 BUYER RATING WILL BE REFUSED.

CONTACT LARRY AT - 505-250-2589 FOR ANY ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS OR TO BE APPROVED FOR BIDDING IF NECESSARY.


   This is a great truck and ready for a complete re store.  It is complete and can be driven and used right now.  Great way to start a project to have a car that is complete and in working order.  Thanks for looking at our auction.  Happy Bidding



On Jun-10-13 at 07:31:37 PDT, seller added the following information:

JMJL
  • Condition: 
   This truck is almost 50 years old.  It starts, runs and is functional.  It is complete, all parts and pieces are here.  This was a daily driver for our family for about 3 1/2 years.   It then went back to a relative who used it for a couples years for a daily commute to work.  It has a little over 15,000 miles on it since a new engine rebuild.  Was out fitted with a RV cam and Edelbrock 750 Carb.  Carb alone was over $700.00.  All doors work, and lock, it is a compete car.  Also, the third row seat is still with the car.  About 25 years ago the interior was re-done and the Car was painted the two tone white and brown.  Original color for the car looks to be turquoise.


  • Features:
   This was a base model - its a simple truck that has the third row seat.

  • History: 
   We have been associated with this truck since 1988.  Was bought by our family in the LA area and moved to new mexico in the mid 90's

  • Shipping and payment
   Buyer is responsible for arranging for pick up of this vehicle.  It is drivable to just about anywhere in the south west, would have it trailed if car was gong to move further than a couple states away.  Payment of a 500.00 deposit within 24 hours of bid closing, and arrangement for truck pick up and final payment need to be made within 3 days of bid closing.  Cash, Money Order, or cleared Paypal payment accepted.

SOLD AS IS - WITH NO WARRANTY, ASK QUESTIONS MAKE SURE THIS IS THE TRUCK FOR YOU. 

IF YOU HAVE A BUYER RATING UNDER 5 YOU WILL NEED TO CALL ME FIRST TO TO BE APPROVED FOR BIDDING ON THIS AUCTION.  ANY BUYERS WITH LESS THAN 5 BUYER RATING WILL BE REFUSED.

CONTACT LARRY AT - 505-250-2589 FOR ANY ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS OR TO BE APPROVED FOR BIDDING IF NECESSARY.

See Video of Car starting and driving on YouTube at:  http://youtu.be/EytRxdrsmGY

   This is a great truck and ready for a complete re store.  It is complete and can be driven and used right now.  Great way to start a project to have a car that is complete and in working order.  Thanks for looking at our auction.  Happy Bidding

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