*4x4*, *4 spd*,*283 V8* This Apache is a Naapco 4 wd conversion. It
is a 3200 with 3600 8 bolt axles added at sometime or the Naapco
conversion was done with 3/4 ton axles. The vin, title and frame
vin all match. There are pictures of the NAPCO tags on the front
end and transfer case. MECHANICAL- It is a 283 with 4 spd manual
transmission. We have did some wiring work, brake work, new brake
lines and the truck runs and drives. EXTERIOR- The cab is good and
solid with no rust. The frame has been detailed and is done. It
does have rust on the lower fenders and a couple of spots on the
boxsides. It is a good solid project and runs. It will need a
windshield, box floor, grille and body work to finish. See the
video for an upclose inspection. INTERIOR- There is no interior in
the truck. It will need a seat as we do not have the factory seat.
This is a good project truck and will be super cool when done. This
bring alot of money when done so a very worth while project. LIKE
IT OR RETURN IT- As being in business for 34 years we do not want
to sell anybody a vehicle they do not want. As many of our vehicles
are sold site unseen we will take the vehicle back and give a full
refund minus shipping. You are responsible for the shipping both
ways. You have 3 days to notify us you are not happy with the
vehicle and we will start the return process. Ask for more details.
VIDEOS- Call, text or email for videos of driving the vehicle and
of the engine running and accessories working, Dirk 605-695-7391.
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