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Old 06-04-2018, 11:16 PM
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Default !994 Chevy Short Bed Pickup Choo Choo Customs Edition For A Car $9500

Last year, we bought a real nice, strong running 1994 Chevy C1500 short bed pickup Choo Choo Customs Edition. This truck has no rust at all, as far as I know. It is a 4x2, 350 5.7 v/8, auto, ps, pb, cold ac, pw, pdl, tilt, amfm casette, dual exhaust and soft tonneau cover. The bed looks new, too. Although there are 132,000 miles, it appears the truck has not been used in bad weather, due to the general condition everywhere.

There are a few minor chips in the paint, steering wheels needs to be painted and it has an annoying shake when you drive. To be clear, you do not feel the shake in the steering wheel, to me, it is annoying, but my wife says she doesn't feel it. The truck has tires that look good, but I think it could be from the tires anyway. I just want to be completely honest about everything.

We just put a new fuel pump in it last week. Other than what I described, it is a real nice truck.

We are looking to trade for a car of interest. I guess we are not the truck people who need to own the truck.

If you have a car you would like to trade, please email pics and description to bmarcy@optonline.net

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I'd trade for an ambulance, however, you already have 2...
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You would not!How about a Corvair?
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want to come up a couple years? I got a 96.
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You would not!How about a Corvair?
I have a few that I would love to divest myself of, but they all need work, a lot of work, and none of them have run in years.
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I have a few that I would love to divest myself of, but they all need work, a lot of work, and none of them have run in years.
Oh boy, that is just what I need!
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mine all run but the last thing I need is one more pickup.
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Sexy looking truck, for a GM
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Yes a sharp clean short box.
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