1979 Chevrolet C/K 2500 Original low low miles. I am certain the
odometer has not rolled over. Compare the interior, handles, knobs,
floor, etc etc. that seat has not been sat in more that the miles
show! It's a 350 motor and all time 4wd. Dual gas tanks. I have the
camper shell off and listed separately for sale. I do not want to
sell this but currently have too many vehicles so one of them has
to go. It has been painted, the original color was a root beer
brown. The original owner bought this to tow his camper to Arizona
in the winter, park it, and then tow it to Idaho in the summer...
then park it. He passed away 13 years ago and gave it to his son
who never drove it more than to the grocery store and short
errands. There is surface rust starting. If the ad is up it's for
sale. If it's not, either I've changed my mind or it's sold. I'm
fairly firm on the price. I will consider trade but be warned I'll
look at trade in values and probably less I'll less you got
something really good. If you want to make payments expect me to
take a very large down payment and put a lien on the title. This is
not a truck you will find very easily. If you don't know squarebody
values and the projected investment. Please Note The Following
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