This COE was found in an apple orchard barn in Virginia and was
originally a stake bed truck used once a year to haul apples to the
local farmer's market. It has 10,815 actual miles, is accident-free
and underwent a ground-up restoration. It was and is a rust-free
truck with all-original cab sheet metal finished in correct
single-stage Cape Maroon paint. This truck was converted from a
stake bed truck to a car carrier with a remote winch, hidden ramps
under the bed and a stainless-steel side storage compartment. This
COE is powered by a period-correct 1958 235ci inline-6 engine with
12-volt conversion backed by the original 4-speed manual
transmission with a 2-speed vacuum-operated rear end that works as
it should. It rides on six new General tires and features new
brakes. **SOME STATES ISSUE "MILEAGE EXEMPT" TITLES AFTER 10 YEARS
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