Have a rare 1960 Chevy Apache Carryall up for grabs. It has the stock 235 I6 motor that was fully rebuilt top to bottom less than 6 months ago (has less than 4000 miles on it at the moment, will go up because this truck is my daily driver). Has the stock 3 speed manual column shift. Original reupholstered rear seat moved to center and front seat with the passenger fold down entry. Very clean and straight inside and out, turns heads everyday. The truck runs, drives, shifts, and stops great! I put about 200 miles on it every week. All electrical works great, I added a manual oil pressure, temperature, and voltage gages. It stays running great with amazing oil pressure, stays cool under 160 degrees, and holds power great. The paint was done about 6 years ago (not factory colors) and the trans was rebuilt about 4 years ago. The only bad with the truck is that it has a small slow leak of gear oil in the rear end, nothing to worry about and easy to top off every 4 months or so. It is missing a $2 clip in the steering column that allows the horn to work and relay the blinkers, Blinkers still work but don't relay automatically and the horn is currently disconnected. It has some rust that will need to be tended to in the future, nothing beyond repair and not bad at all for a California Coast car its whole life. The main rust spots are behind the rear drivers side wheel well, on the inside passenger door frame, and a little above the drivers side door in above the rain gutter. The reason why we are selling her is because of our growing family, having a classic car is amazing but its time for me to get a dad car and buy a classic when we can afford to have 2 cars at once. Please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions or for more photos. Pretty firm on price. Thanks!