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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Metro Lawn, Jul 25, 2006.
they make paint for a reason!
ive never seen so many nice old dodge's until you.... never saw many to begin with, now i see great deals on them everywhere. you must have opened my eyes to the dodge side.
did i mention my 08 superduty was in again, new radiator, new pulleys, fixed the rattles in my dash, have a new squeak..... my 00 superduty went it today for a bad wheel bearing, hasnt been taht bad but apparantly it ate up my axle shaft, im looking $1100 for that , $300 for sway bar kit...... $165 tranny service, and more its going to be $2000, thats cost on an old dodge
hey metro how long do you hold on to these older trucks?....do you replace them after a set number of years or miles or do you just use them until a major componet goes on them like a tranmission?
I generally run them until they start looking really rough. Rust is the biggest reason they go.
I just found this on Craigslist tonight. I will be there 1st thing in the morning. This is a 1979 W400 with 17,000 miles. Stored inside since new. Everything works. $2500
Im assuming a new spray rig?
Nice find, that 79 looks SWEET!
Trucks look good. Seems like you find good deals on all of them.
Here is another one. Just won this on eBay tonight. The dump is new and the truck is a 91 with 88k on it. It just screams METRO....lol
Wow, yet another great find... Congrats on the purchase...