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chuckar
    
I have a 1969 F250 4X4 high boy I bought new and need help deciding on a reasonable asking price?
Truck was repainted to original colors, Cordoba (burnt orange and Wembelton white. Lots of chrome. Looks great with matching Gem Top canopy. Upholstery was completly re-done in black about 10 years ago. I also repaced the gas hog 360 with a re-built 300 six which gets about 15 mpg ans same power as 360. New Warn hubs. Body is perfect except for some rust along bed joints. Has ARAMA coat inside bed. This is a very stong truck that needs someone that wants a beautiful classic to finish out the restoration.

Any suggestions would be appreciated. Will send photos as soon as I get the canopy back on.
posted: August 30, 2009
 
    
 
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Without seeing any photos, my guess would be anywhere between $5500 to $10,000
posted:  August 31, 2009
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