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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by ReckordGeneralMaintenance, Oct 19, 2004.
1963 chevy 2ton bucket truck 35' boom
OOOH! I like that a lot. Very worthy project IMO. I don"t suppose you would care to share what you paid for that would you?
Shouldn't be too bad of a project......is it one of those big block V-6's???
$1800 for the truck and trailer not original motor its got a V-8 target motor 3sp with split rear
You keep your costs on that truck under five grand and you got yourself a steal. The bucket works alone are worth more than you paid if there any good.
Humm what makes me think you already know that? LOL
That's good to have a working classic. Are you gonna repaint it as well as go through the mechanicals?
one day i want to paint it can't decide what color its was an county roads and highways truck
Is it a 366 Chevy or a 350?
my uncle has a truck like that but much older. his bed is shot though, the tool boxes are rusted through. Its so old that there is no bucket, its a wooden ladder mounted to a steel frame with a cylinder
350 target motor that was put in the truck around '98