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Old 01-15-2019, 12:25 PM   #1
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47 1/2 ton pickup rolling chassis, running gear mostly there missing generator, starter and distributor. The steering column has been cut, no sheet metal, the Muppets rat rod crew got to it before me.



Health issues make me realize I'll never get to this one and I don't need the parts so I'm going to part with it just need to know what to ask before I put it in the for sale area. I plan on making it cheap enough that someone will buy it quickly as it is stored at a friends place.



I'm trying to figure out how to resize pictures so I can post them.
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Old 01-15-2019, 01:34 PM   #2
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47 1/2 ton pickup rolling chassis, running gear mostly there missing generator, starter and distributor. The steering column has been cut, no sheet metal, the Muppets rat rod crew got to it before me.



Health issues make me realize I'll never get to this one and I don't need the parts so I'm going to part with it just need to know what to ask before I put it in the for sale area. I plan on making it cheap enough that someone will buy it quickly as it is stored at a friends place.



I'm trying to figure out how to resize pictures so I can post them.
If you post the hardware and software you are using someone could probably help resize your pictures. If you have a MAC and are using windows PM me and I will help.

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Sell it for what you would be willing to pay for it if you were the buyer.
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47 I plan on making it cheap enough that someone will buy it quickly as it is stored at a friends place.
Give your friend the option to do what he wants with it. Friends are worth more than money.
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Old 01-15-2019, 03:01 PM   #6
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I'm trying to figure out how to resize pictures so I can post them.
I can post any photos for you if you want, email them to me.
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