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duckslayer27

1989 V8 4x4 Chev Pickup for sale*SOLD*

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·Here it is

·A 1989 V8 Chevrolet pickup with 4-wheel drive, 5 speed, and virtually no rust for under 2500 dollars.

·This is a great hunting and fishing vehicle.

·I have owned it for just over a year now and have not put many miles on it due to the purchase of a newer truck.

·This truck has 130,000± miles and runs great.

·There is a little bend in the fork of the transmission but this does not affect the hauling or drivability of this truck. The only thing you will notice is a little grind in first gear if your not careful.

·This truck is also great on gas.

·With out a load I get 17 to 20 miles per gallon.

·Pulling an 18.5 foot bass boat I get around 14 to 17 miles per gallon.

·$2,200 or B.O.

·Clean Title

Located in Cold Spring

Email for pictures or call 320-493-6660 for test drive

Will trade for a fish house on wheels or a used 4 wheeler

I have put new tires on the rear in november and i have no time to drive it since i got a new truck. Price is being reduced to $1000 dollars. One more thing just put new tabs on it as of december 1st

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According to kelly Blue Book that truck is worth roughly $1,500. try lowering the price and you may get more responses.

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You are right. Price has been lowered to 1500 or best offer. This truck is really clean and runs great. Make an offer.

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What is your email address? You didn't post it. Otherwise if you could fire me a couple pictures of this truck.

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You have more mail.

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Pics Sent

also it has a hard tunnel cover if you want it.

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did the pics work for everybody. It has not sold yet. Have had alot of phone calls though. All i can say is come drive it and see if it is right for you

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pics sent

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pics please

paaatus at yahoo (Contact Us Please)

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pics sent

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Reducing Price one more time. I will take $1250.

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Please send pictures to wayne_146@yahoo.com

Note between wayne and 146 is the _ character not a space.

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What size engine? I know a v8, but which one? Not real familiar with GM's but it seems to me they ran both the 350 as well as the 305 that model year. It would make a difference in my decision. Also, please send pics to nate_jager at yahoo (Contact Us Please)

thanks

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i believe it is a 350 but i will check tonight when i get home. Also pics have been sent.

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duckslayer,

I never recieved the pics. Here is the email address again...can u resend?

nate_jager@yahoo.com

thanks!

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truck still for sale?

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send me pics at mikorig@msn.com, if this is still available. Thanks

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truck is still for sale. I will be in the office on wensday and get pics to all of you.

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Any luck with the pics yet? Thanks Mike

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Must be sold? I have not heard anything from you?

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