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Old 12-27-2010, 06:18 PM
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It's an '89 and sadly it probably won't ever see the street again. It looks to have been a decent car but the guy I bought it from totally, and I mean TOTALLY, disassembled it to build a drag car, then ran out of time/money/enthusiasm or all three. I found it the week before Christmas on craigslist and bought it for $600. The wheels and tires are brand new and had zero miles on them and I put them on my '88 GT. The T5 trans is going into my '67 GT350 clone and I'm parting the rest out except for the body and front suspension. My brother wants to build a drag car, so I'll end up back-halfing it for bigger rubber and adding a cage as well. I hate to do it, but it simply is worth more in parts than it is to put it back together. It actually has less miles than my daily driver '88!
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Not working too hard in these pics, about 2300lbs of OSB in the bed.


A few bales of hay.


Finally some play pictures, never got a full length picture of this trailer and truck.


Just half the truck with the small trailer
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Not at all, just making an observation. I wish I had some of the photos from when I had the Ranger loaded down...it was a good time. Usally this was runs to a transfer station...
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Here is my 2004 Harley 6.0 PSD pulling my 35 ft fifth wheel. Pulls like a dream with through the mountains and flatlands going from job to job. I love it!
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Keep them coming, its spring now so I know there starting to haul again.
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I am sad that not alot people here have superduty with ladder rack or toolbox on and overload with equipments in bed.


But tons superduty here are pretty nice.
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