1973 Chevy Parts Hauler

TURNA

TURNA

Geezer
Jul 24, 2009
8,257
113
Socialist NY
To expensive, I like that one with the description.....old truck.......1000 buxx
 
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olds307 and 403

olds307 and 403

Comic Book Super Hero
Oct 14, 2008
4,788
113
Melville,Saskatchewan
They are also fairly rare here now due to rust, what is for sale is way too much. Plus most of them being 2wd, why would I want one? I had one I literally just left at my Inlaw's. The truck I would like again is the mid 90's Chev/GMC. There was a 95 with 3/4 ton axles installed asking $2700, good body and paint, no obvious rust, high miles but ran and shifted fine. If I had the money, it would be mine. Perfect for my current Olds 350 once I get the stroker done for the 70S.
 
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ItsnotaGN

ItsnotaGN

G-Body Guru
May 28, 2016
662
93
Colorado
Went to the pick and pull yesterday, there was 4 or 5 squarebodys and not one piece I would care to unbolt and reuse. Could use a hood and tailgate, I guess I'll spring for some Chinesium repops.
 
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KCP

KCP

Greasemonkey
Oct 11, 2018
238
63
Bavaria, Germany
A squarebody like that would go five figure over here.
 
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Clutch

Clutch

Comic Book Super Hero
Apr 7, 2017
3,811
113
Brick NJ
The funny thing about square body's is I have no idea how to price them. I don't even know what mine is worth but that's ok I'm not selling it
 
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MrSony

MrSony

Comic Book Super Hero
Nov 15, 2014
4,806
113
Des Moines, Iowa
The funny thing about square body's is I have no idea how to price them. I don't even know what mine is worth but that's ok I'm not selling it
around here, rusty but runs drives and stops, anywhere from 2,000 to 1000 depending on drivetrain.
No rust, big block 4x4 can be as much as 7k.
But I've seen (and my brother has had a few) sub 1000 small block trucks that weren't half bad.
 
Texas82GP

Texas82GP

Comic Book Super Hero
Supporting Member
Apr 3, 2015
4,914
113
Spring, Texas
Feeling pretty good about the shape of mine with some of those for sale.

Old a crusty gauge lens



After some sandpaper and buffing compound it's much better.




And the front end was finished up so it could sit outside while we work on the wagon

What happened to you man? You're MIA!
 
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