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Old 02-21-2002, 02:18 AM
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While looking through E-bay for parts and such I found this steal of a truck. This guy has no idea what he has. He called the motor a 292 when I'm pretty sure it's an FE (or maybe i'm wrong). At the moment the bid is a $100 dollars and only 3 days left to bid. It looks to be in pretty darn good shape, and has a camper on it too. I thought about getting it myself but it's in MO and it's not my usual truck. (i'm into the 67-69s) But I still don't want to see it go to waste, so if any of you are looking for a nice truck like this here's the link.

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It is a 292, or at least a Y block for sure. Good luck,
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JD, it is not an FE. Notice the exhaust manifold. The PO has changed the drivers side of the bed, but the floor alone is worth bucks.
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My bad, I'm a dummy, or it was late and I was tired and didn't have my contacts in and my screen isn't the best of clarity.....somewhere in there is the truth. Anyway, I thought one of you guys might be interested anyway. If it was a 67-69 I'd be driving to Missouri to pick it up without letting you guys know about it Hope one of you guys snags it up and makes good use of it. Seems like a steal to me. Good luck.

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