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06-12-2015 19:02:55

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Looking at buying a 78 C60 with a 366 gas to haul gravel and fix my bush road . The owner says it;s a 3 ton and was propane but swithed to gas --it has hydraulic brakes and the dump works good --do you think it will haul gravel and what's it worth ?

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06-18-2015 20:25:21

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 Re: C60 Experience in reply to black, 06-12-2015 19:02:55  
those old trucks built America, back in the day, 5 or 6 yds at a time, look on truckpapers.com, at c-60's and that will give you a ball park value for one equipped like the one you want, or you might even find a better deal there, pay attention to where the truck is, as you'll have to go get it, and the farther you have to travel, the more it adds to the price of the truck, a smoking price on a truck sitting in new england is no good if your sitting in Arizona ect

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06-13-2015 13:54:21

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 Re: C60 Experience in reply to rustyfarmall, 06-12-2015 19:02:55  
Hi Jim , thanks for the info, 5 yrds at a time works for me , that's a couple of scoops with my 920 cat loader .

Larry --ont.

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Jim in Sask

06-12-2015 19:44:17

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 Re: C60 Experience in reply to black, 06-12-2015 19:02:55  
I've hauled gravel with my '73 C60 - usually only took 5 yards per load as I was hauling about 25 miles one way. As far as price - that's so variable depending on condition and location I can't help you there.

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