I think our local scrap yard would pay her $1,000, because, as I said, the cab and fenders, and glass, and bumper, are near perfect. The...
Loves me some kabobs.
Good lord, this was proven to be a photoshop job here years ago.
I found that it has newish batteries (11-2020 that were disconnected). I checked them and they both had 12.5v. I hooked them up. So far, so good....
You can have the whole thing for $2,000 obo.
Yeah, I figure parting it out will bring me close to $2000, easy. If not more. The cab, floor and fenders are mint.
I may become the proud owner of this gem. A 1989 F350 forestry truck, 7.3L, manual, with 29,000 original miles on it. I think $700 is a fair price...
You are way overthinking this issue, as many older people do. It's okay.
Having spent many miles in Tesla's, E-Tron's, I3's, and Mach-e's, I can say they are amazing vehicles, and would work perfectly for 95% of the...
So much work for so little horsepower.
A friend had a 400 small block in a SS Camino of that vintage. It ripped.
I might let him work on my Patriot, if he wants to change the oil. Other than that, leave the check and be gone.
Ah, see, I looked at the photo of them stacked two high. Regardless, one PBR is one too many.
That's almost 80 lbs of beer (with box). And if stacked two abreast in the box, how do they get 99 in there without a space.
So damn funny.
I only come off as an idiot. Deep down, I'm sort of intelligent. :)
Great points, all. His 72 was the cream of the crop, so to speak.
I guess I didn't know he died at that time. Was it the antifreeze that got him?
I wouldn't care what the rest of the car does if the person inside survives. Engine mounts are cast aluminum and rubber. You get a car spinning,...
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