1950 Chevy 3100 pickup chassis for sale

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  1. Chris Taggart

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    Wow ~

    That's nice .

    I see you asked for waayyyy too much $ but someone will hopefully realize it's worth this much in parts, I see many dead AD trucks that this would be the easy way to put them back on the road again .

    Sadly a Babbitt Pounder 216 i6 and torque tube driveline is worthless these days #frown# .

    Even were it a 235 or 261 it's be a hard sell .
     
  3. Jack Acosta

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    How much ???
     
  4. vwnate1

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    ZERO BIDS @ $1,800 minimum bid .

    I'd think maybe $600 .

    Me, I'm a Mechanic so if I were still young and building trucks I'd be all over this .

    No one seems to value Hard Parts until they're faced with a cracked cylinder head of paper thin Huck brake drums and so on .

    Ask the original poster, send him a PM .
     
  5. Chris Taggart

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    It has been purchased and picked up. I had no idea what to ask for it, but a couple folks offered what I was asking.
    It happened to have everything a guy nearby needed.
     
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    EXCELLENT !

    I'm so very pleased to hear this as I see so much of this sort of thing go straight to scrap .

    As a vintage Mechanic I know the value of original parts .
     
  7. coilover

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    Nate,
    We need re-educated on what these old 50mph babbit rod trucks sell for. We put a $20k Detroit Speed chassis under 52 and I got a smile producing $800 for the factory one that ran great.

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    Coilover, just wondering if those are cracks in the ground? If so be careful you don’t lose a car in them
     

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