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Old 08-23-2014, 10:41 PM
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'54 on Knoxville Craigslist

Not mine, I know nothing about it. Seller must not know that aluminum wheels were not original. Does not look like a bad truck. Says, "No rust"

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I'm thinking there's more than just the wheels not original. (imo)

It's a good looking truck though. That might be a good price, depending on the workmanship.
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Nice truck but a long way from original.
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Nice looking truck. It would be interesting to know more about it. I would like to see what the interior looks like. I wonder if it still has the 6 cylinder engine in it.
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