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Should I sell it or keep it?

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Bob

11-14-2014 19:19:33




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ericlb

11-26-2014 10:05:58




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 Re: Should I sell it or keep it? in reply to Bob, 11-14-2014 19:19:33  
keep it lmc has everything to make it new again, sure it will cost, but its nowhere near the cost of a new truck, it will do the same job, it looks better than a new one, and you can repair this one, you cant with a new one



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Duner Wi

11-17-2014 09:45:14




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 Re: Should I sell it or keep it? in reply to Bob, 11-14-2014 19:19:33  
IMO it is way to good for the scrapper. You or somebody else should have fun with it.

It looks 100 times better than mine but mine serves it purpose around the farm. Mine is a F250 with a 4 speed tho.



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bobs old iron

11-16-2014 20:12:20




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 Re: Should I sell it or keep it? in reply to Bob, 11-14-2014 19:19:33  
ifit doesn"t have a bunch of rust, floors rear of cab etc, has good running gear and/or running motor, keep it drive the way it is for a while



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ShadetreeRet

11-15-2014 20:41:57




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 Re: Should I sell it or keep it? in reply to Bob, 11-14-2014 19:19:33  
It looks like a 1963 or 1964. Doesn't look to be in too bad a condition. With no further information to go on, I would keep it and fix it up. How often do you see something like that on the road?



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