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1940 GMC Former Fire Truck 4.00

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USD 4,000
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United States Missouri St Louis

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Odometer: 0.00 Miles
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Convertible: N/A
Advert No: 133908



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1940 GMC Former Fire Truck $4000.Specialized Vehicles1940 GMC TruckSOLDCall MickTruck is a low mileage former fire truck that is being convered to a flat bed. Mick, the owner was building the truck to haul his Model T.Seats are in good shapeOrginal GMC engine w/a lot of new partsTwo speed differential4 speed transmissionNew windsheild and glassGood tiresA lot of new Jim Carter partsNew driveshaft and u-jointsSolid body with very little surface rust. Hey it''s a old fire truck it''s been in the shed for the last 70 years!The truck is stored in the back of the Odd Fellow Cemetery and can be seen daily from 9AM-5PM by apointment call Don at The Old Car Guys 314-306-7507.Odd Fellow Cemetery9950 S. BroadwayLeMay, MO 63125The Cemetery is located two block North of the North gate of Jefferson Barrack Co. parkGrill is straight Grill is straight Grill and bumper are straight No rust New glass front and back Doors are being painted Lights are solid and being rebuilt with parts from Jim Carter Trire are in good shape Gauges work New gas tank. Floor is solid Seats are in great shape Owner is build to haul is 26 Model T Cab is straight New drive shaft and u-joints Bed is being framed Cab piece were cleaned and primed Cab parts Have all interior parts Solid running engineShip your car with Reliable Carriers https://www.reliable-carrires.com


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