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1986 factory 2WD Ramcharger with mildly built 360. Life long Oregon truck, never seen salt. 86K original miles, extremely clean survivor. Engine just went through by C&E Performance in Keizer, Oregon, all new gaskets, new cam bearings. Great motor, lots of power, runs very smooth and strong, never gets hot. Ice cold AC. Trans appears to have been gone through, shifts excellent. Brand new Six States driveline. Has vintage Edelbrock intake from the same era as the truck, Holley 650 double pumper, mild cam, headers and true dual exhaust. Interior is great, extremely clean, new carpet, little to no wear inside. Non-smoker, no smells. Power windows and locks, locks converted to manual. Radio works but needs speakers. Body is a great survivor example. Floor pans are pristine. Had patina on the roof that was color matched, came out excellent. Dent/scrape near gas fill pulled and matched, looks excellent, otherwise all original. One small rust spot in front of rear wheel, not through and solid from behind. Some small dings and scratches, but body is very straight and beautiful. Could use rubber around wing mirrors redone, have new ones and included with truck. Mopar guys love this truck, gets compliments everywhere.
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