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1967 Chevrolet Chevy C30 1 Ton Dually Stakeside Flatbed, Advertise Your Business on 2040-cars

US $8,500.00
Year:1967 Mileage:109000 Color: is flat white where I touched up the
Location:

Hayden, Idaho, United States

Hayden, Idaho, United States

Up for auction is my 1967 Chevy C30 1 ton dually flatbed stakeside. The truck is an amazing survivor that is rather straight. The cab exterior is flat white where I touched up the original chalky patina paint. The interior is patina blue with the exception of any parts I replaced are now black. The truck has a 327 and 4 speed that runs great. The 327 runs well, runs cool and doesn't leak a drop. The 4 speed shifts like a school bus due to its ridiculously low gears. Every once in a blue moon, the release bearing would make a growl noise. I had bought an entire new clutch kit with bearings in the event it ever let go. I've driven the truck frequently for over a year and the release bearing has never been an issue. The clutch kit goes with the truck upon final sale and it is a heavy duty kit. I don't anticipate you will need it either but it is a good safety net. The rearend is geared so low that I often use 2nd gear starting out. The satin black bed is a 12 foot flatbed with a stakeside wall. The walls can be removed or you can attach the 2 foot extensions I have for them. I also have a cattle door for the very back of the truck. I've used this truck to advertise my business and fetch parts for the last year. It has served me well and never left me stranded. Things that operate slowly or not as they should drive me nuts and for this reason I replaced the windshield wiper motor, LED dash lights, LED tail lights, LED flasher. I also replaced the thermostat, temp gauge, temp sending unit, air filter, dash pad, sun visors, seat, tinted the windows, replaced the 16.5 factory wheels and tires with 16" Moto Metal chrome wheels with Yokohama Geolander ATS 235/85/16 tires. I bought the wheels and tires in April of this year. The tires are 8 or ten ply. They are load range "E" if that helps.  There probably plenty of things that I am forgetting so if you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask. $250 non refundable deposit via paypal due upon auction close. Balance is due within 10 days and the truck is to be picked up in Hayden Idaho 83835. I can help accommodate whomever you choose for shipping but balance must be paid in full and cleared first. Thanks for looking.

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