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Old 07-09-2010
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So If I were to Buy a 95 Parts truck

The guy want 250 for it the body he said is in decent shape, The 4 cyl in it he said thinks might have jumped time, and he said the tranny made some weird noises before it quit running. I just want it for the Fleetside bed and 250 for the whole truck is cheaper than the bed itself from the JY.

Question is would anyone be interested in any of the other parts on it if I were to get it?
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i'm sure someone is, 250 is a good deal for it, throw it in the backyard or something and post around on craigslist and here. i'm sure you could make some money back off of it.
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wish i could find something like that... i need a bunch of parts for 93' but your too far away haha!!
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Yeah the guy sold it before I could get back to him
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