I'll drive by and check it out if it's still there. I'd say that's about the right price with those mods. Wonder where it came from, and why it's rusty. If the tranny shifts good it would be a great trail truck for someone. I never drove my truck with 35's and 4:11's though. If it's not regeard it's gotta be a real dog.
This used to be my truck. Sold it in October to a guy that worked at carmax and he turned around and sold it two weeks later. It is a good trail truck but LOTS of rust!!! Reason I sold it is because every time something broke, at least every other bolt would break off. Runs fairly well. Fenders are cut out. Undercarriage is pretty rough. It originally came from New York. A guy from Destin bought it and blew the engine at his deer camp in Holly Bluff and let a mecahnic put another 3FE in it. Not real sure if he did it right though. Had alot a kinks to work out. I bought it from that guy and kept it for 3 years. It was a great play truck. It went to memphis and back several times. I just never got to drive it much once I got out of college and didn't seem right to let it sit up, but now it looks like no one will keep it longer than a few months. Wish I would not have sold it, but I wouldn't give $3200 for it. From the pics, it looks like he cut my homeade winch bumper off There is also alot "rigged" on that truck due to a college students budget! Anyway, if you have any questions on it, just ask. I know that truck pretty well inside and out.
I rode by the house where it is and it turns out that it is the same guy that I sold it to trying to sell it. He tried awhile back to sell it for $3400 or something and could'nt get it. Just a FYI I sold it for $2500. The bumper on the front is my homeade, he just modified it and honestly took all the strength out of it. I t would be a good project truck, but has alot of issues with rust. Just letting everyone know.
Saw that truck awhile back at the Anytime Fitness in Madison.Thought he was a member, But could not find the owner to talk to him about it in fitness center, so he was probably eating at subshop next door.