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1937 GMC Truck Flatbed 1 1/2 Ton Dually with Oldsmobile 230 Inline 6 Cyl Engine

Sale price: $4,000.00 make an offer

Seller's notes: "77 years old- some rust, sagging laminate in the windshield, passenger window is cracked in a spider web pattern, missing Zenith Carburetor, weathered bed wood- some broken, the drive shaft is bent, there is no foam or upholstery on the bench seat, it needs a 6 volt battery, there are some minor dings and dents but pretty straight overall- and there is the usual faded paint and body wear for a vehicle of this advanced age."

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1937 GMC Truck Flatbed 1 1/2 Ton Dually with Oldsmobile 230 Inline 6 Cyl Engine for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.1) based on 462 votes
Found this truck on a farm 8 years ago. Want to restore it but need the money. All there except the Zenith 28BV108539O2061557 carburetor which is available for about $200 from the Zenith Fuel Systems in Virgina. Ph# (276) 645-8632. Tires are on split rims. Plate on firewall inside cab reads "Model T16B Chassis #25828 Rating 11000 Made in USA by Yellow Truck and Coach MFG CO. Pontiac Michigan". Engine block is stamped F760971. Number near fuel pump reads 408004-3. Number on top of engine near spark plug wires reads 408009-3. The engine is stamped in several places with "GM" and in other places with a "3". Tag attached to the engine block reads 4689. 57. 060. 020. and 020 again. There is oil in the engine. Six volt electrical system. Will make a cool hot rod but with nearly all the original parts there why not restore it? I do not have a title- I have a bill of sale from the person I purchased it from. The listed mileage is just a guess- its too hard to read. We can talk about delivery for a fee and gas money. This truck is 77 years old- it is sold as-is. where-is without warranties of any kind. It currently does not run. Anyone buying this truck needs to be aware that I have never tried to start it up. It is a great old antique and as such it comes with the usual unknowns of any un-restored antique vehicle.

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