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1965 Chevy Pickup Loaded Factory A/c P/s P/b Solid Nice Patina 1966 Long Bed on 2040-cars

US $8,250.00
Year:1965 Mileage:100000
Location:

Santa Teresa, New Mexico, United States

Santa Teresa, New Mexico, United States

BOY IT NOW OR MAKE OFFER on this 1965 Chevy C10 Long Bed Pickup that is all original with nice old patina, it loaded with option from the factory like in dash air conditioning, power brakes, power steering, radio and all the side trim. It has been sitting and it does run and drive, the engine sounds good. it still has it's original paint(there are red primer area's on the body also)and original paint in the interior but the seat was redone, it does need new exhaust, the a/c appears to be complete it is not working the belt is missing. The is some damage on the body and the front grille, the wood in the bed is gone, I could not fine any bad rust, look at all 125+ pictures I took picture of all the bad and good area's I could find on the truck, I am not trying to hide anything. Please email with questions before buying or making offer, this truck is in need of restoration and is sold as is where is. If you are outside the US or have less then 10 feedback please email before buying or making offer. A $500 non refundable deposit is due within 24 hours of sale and the balance is due in full within 7 days of sale.


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