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READER AD: 1964 Chevrolet C-20


This Chevy C-20 was used for a number of years on the farm, but eventually found it’s way into the barn. Fast forward a few years and it’s now out of the barn, has a fresh paint job on the cab and is back on the road. It’s a great looking truck, but Reader DJ M needs to let go of it. If you’d love to have it, be sure to take a closer look at it via the link below.

Asking Price: $10,500
Location: Marquette, Michigan
Mileage: 55,000
Title Status: Clean
VIN: 4c253j159179

Seller’s Description: This truck was found in a barn on a farm. It had served that farm for years and years. It is 55 years old and has 55,000 miles on it. It was driven 1,000 miles every summer on farm duties. It has been cleaned up and tuned up. The cab has been repainted. The stake bed has its original paint and hand painted pinstriping. It has the straight six motor and a 4-speed transmission.

Body Condition: The body is nice and solid. No body damage. Stake bed body is in great shape.

Mechanical Condition: Runs good, shifts great, has new tires and rear shocks.

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  1. Gloin

    This would look so nice without that huge green box on the back and a new stake bed. I would stain and varnish the wood to offset the green

    Like 3
  2. Howard A Member

    Again, same thing, how could there be no interest in this cream puff? This is as good as it gets, the condition is fantastic. And to think it spent it’s life in snow country, and STILL LOOKS LIKE THIS? These used to be as common as silver cars in a parking lot, every farm had something like this, and I have reason to believe, some are still there, but not like this, it’s like stepping back in time. Not fancy,,not comfortable, a beast to drive, but you never went far, and when they were done hauling the hay, they were put back in the shed until they were needed again. Simply can’t be many of these original work trucks left.

    Like 5
  3. TinCanSailor

    I’d love to have a 50-60s era truck, but this one is a bit big for my needs (and space). That being said, I agree with Howard… how could this not have sold at $10,500? I’ve seen some real ‘projects’ that were in much worse shape with a much higher price tag!

    Like 1
  4. Pete

    Yeah I ain’t buying it cause it doesn’t have any hubcaps. LOL Nice truck

    Like 0

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