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Old 11-15-2012, 08:38 PM
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77 F350 Super Cab in Junk yard.

Thought I would show this truck to see if anyone would want to save it. Body looked OK with very little rust, most of the rust I saw was in the bed. It was a 2wd.
It is in Sacramento Pick and Pull.

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Old 11-15-2012, 09:04 PM
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love to have the cab but way to far away. was that a factory am fm radio. if so i would be intested. and the door panels if they are ok.
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damn man nice score, not just an SC but a ranger.

I did the retro green interiors, I don't know why.

I wish we had stuff that clean in our yards! Makes you wonder why someone decided it was worth scrapping....
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I live in Commie California, probably did not pass smog. We have a cash for clunkers program when a car does not pass smog can scrape it and get $500 or $700.

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That's too nice of a truck to be scrapped, but out there that seems to be the norm.
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Old 11-16-2012, 12:36 AM
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Yea sacramento is up where all Californias politicians are at,they side with all the damn tree huggers that got our farm water turned off/creating ******* smog laws....that's why that poor truck is in that junk yard
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Old 11-16-2012, 07:12 AM
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wow there are a ton of good parts left on that truck...like most of the other posters, to bad its in Cali...over here its worth $1500 even if its not running.
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Old 11-16-2012, 08:06 AM
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I see Dents and Bumps in wrecks all the time that could be saved. The problem is the demand is not high enough for them and the owners aren't very aggressive in selling them if they try at all. They are usually older and don't think the old work horse is of interest to anyone or won't take less than $500 from an individual for them. They'll just junk them for a few $100 themselves or donate them to charity.
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Just a hint - go back & buy those door panels, visors, seat belts & radio & throw them up in the classifieds here.

Factory AM radios go for a bit of $$ as do green interior parts of they are in decent shape.
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Dang, I see about a dozen parts I'd love to have and my truck is blue!
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i could really use alot of the stuff chasetruck is talking about.
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If that was in the junk yard by me i would buy it on the spot! That is ten times nicer than my ol girl
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is it just me or does that radiator look like 5" thick? lol
is the the extra cooling or what? The super cooling is the one thats tall, and that one doesn't look tall enough.
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is it just me or does that radiator look like 5" thick? lol
is the the extra cooling or what? The super cooling is the one thats tall, and that one doesn't look tall enough.
The later trucks with a 460 and a c6 had that radiator as an option. I snagged one a year or so ago. They arent easy to find around here. The damn thing is far bigger than even the extra cool radiator in the F250 4x4's.

My highboy radiator is next to it. That radiator takes 3 gallons to fill. The cap alone is 4" or 5" thick and inside there are 5 staggered rows. Works great in the hot Sacramento summers.
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The later trucks with a 460 and a c6 had that radiator as an option. I snagged one a year or so ago. They arent easy to find around here. The damn thing is far bigger than even the extra cool radiator in the F250 4x4's.

My highboy radiator is next to it. That radiator takes 3 gallons to fill. The cap alone is 4" or 5" thick and inside there are 5 staggered rows. Works great in the hot Sacramento summers.
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I gotta get one for my 390,where is a place I can find one besides the junk yard
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