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1985 Chevy C20, original, No Rust!

Discussion in 'Used Plowing and Truck Equipment Forum' started by willofalltrades, Sep 23, 2008.

  1. willofalltrades

    willofalltrades Member
    Messages: 97

    -I have a 1985 Chevy C20 for sale. It has a little under 106,000 miles. This truck is a pulling machine because it has a 454 mated to a 3spd. tranny with a creeper gear (It pulls my considerably heavy 6x12 like its not even there).
    -New: Rear Brakes, plugs, wires, EGR valve, cap, rotor, oil change, Goodyear tires (less than 5000 miles on them), master and slave on transmission, fan clutch, coolant flush, and mufflers.
    -The body is in Excellent condition for being a all original 1985. There isn't a speck of rust on it. No major dents (a little one on the tailgate and that's all I remember). Bumpers are original and shine (the rear bumper is famous for rotting out fast... this rear bumper is original and solid!)
    -The Interior is in good condition as well. The carpet and seat are not torn. There is a few small cracks in the dash, but its not a big deal. A/C does not work.
    - What it needs: It idles rough when its cold but runs strong once it gets going (It needs the electric coke fixed), minor electrical work (radio doesn't work... not a hard fix), These aren't major things, I just do not have time to tinker with it.
    -Currently it is sitting in my 30x40 pole barn with concrete floors just hiding away from the elements. I had plans for this truck but I just don't have the time to tinker with it. I purchased the truck a few years ago from a homeowner who sat on it for a few years with hopes to restore it. Before he had it, the truck was out west (the reason there isn't any rust). It would make sense if it was some old guy's slide-in camper truck due to the condition, mileage, bed liner cut in spots intentionally, bed wiring, and what seems like camper brackets. I really believe this truck has never seen commercial duty... But I can't guarantee it, just an educated guess. I detail cars during the winter for a major dealership in Ohio, so best believe the interior will be as clean as I can get it...


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