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$550 1986 Chevy S-10 Pickup 4x4 and Clearwater Classic for sale

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I have a 4x4 S-10 pickup for sale for $550. It is a regular cab with a fiberglass topper. The motor is a 2.5 4cyl with a 4spd manuel transmission and is also 4 wheel drive in good working order(new transfer case at 130,000 miles). It is rusty in all the usual places.I put a new head gasket and radiator along with an oil change and filters. Runs and drives good but needs a new battery (looses it's charge in about 6-8 days if left without running it). The truck locatied on the NE corner of Mille Lacs (Malmo) and is available for test drives on the weekends (setup prior to the weekend) because I am living in the cities right now. I do not have pics but will try to have some by Oct. 22. If interested my email is kyle_p_phillips@yahoo.com. I also have a clearwater classic flasher for sale for $100, it is just like a vexilar flasher.

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Price reduced to $550.

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How many miles are on it and what do you get for fuel milage?

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It has 170k and it gets about 20-22 mpg.

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if you still got the flasher, i'd like some pics

sspencerjr (at) ms n. c om

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I'll try to get some this weekend.

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you have pics fishtrap

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Here is a link to the pics of the truck. photo bucket

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I am possibly interseted in the s-10 is it still availiable.

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Yes the truck is still available.

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Truck is still available but is going on ebay shortly.

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Does this truck have a trailer hitch? I would like it to pull my boat.

John

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It does not have a receiver hitch but you can put a ball hitch on the bumper.

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The truck is sold.

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