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    Heavy old truck

    1973 Ford F250 4wd. After pulling the radiator and condenser it weighed 5100 lbs. Decent payday. Sorry no pictures.



    Kenny


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    Wasn't much left. I was hoping there would be. I hate to see the older stuff go but sometimes it has to.

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    The axles and transfer case under that truck would have been worth a few grand possibly to people in the offroading world!

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    I thought so when I bought the truck but I have had it close to a year and no nibbles.

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