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Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by wildman4wheeler, Dec 4, 2003.

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    Been two threads on that already, amazingly he hasn't gotten a hit yet. Go figure :slap:
     
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    OOOOOHHHHHH!

    Pretty....:rainbow: ::)
     
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    Im glad it is absolutly professionally restored versus plain old professionally restored.

    I feel sorry for him since he put 80,000 into it and did not even get an 8274 for the front end.
     
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    Guess you have to shell out 80 grand when you don't know how to turn a wrench? I don't see anything that makes this truck worth that kind of money - it's not origional enough to collect, and a whole lot of money to bash around the trails.
     
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    Okay, so don't think anyone has said anything yet on "restored," but a lot of folks would say that's not the right word, since it's definitely not stock stuff. "Restored" would mean all OEM as close to factory as possible, not heavily modified.

    Nice truck, someone will pay $10k-$20k for it, eventually, when this guy puts down the crack pipe.
     
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