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Old 08-05-2008, 11:57 PM   #1
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chevy odds and ends the 5 dollar sale...almost..check it out.

Long bed fiberglass camper top for a 68-72 chevy pickup. I thought I could use it on my 85 1 ton, but its a little narrow on either side to fit well, so its up for sale to be gone asap. Its maroon in color, glass is all good, could use some paint to freshen it up. I will get some measurements soon as I can. $50

80s chevy truck a/c ducts...2 of them, first is the one that wraps underneath the steering wheel, second supplies the defrost vents. $5

80s chevy truck fuse block, no wiring, perfect for starting from scratch for a custom project. $5

H2 centercaps. $5

bench grinder $10

cucv data port that is located underneath the dash. $5

squirel cage fan/ furnace fan, 1/3hp motor $15

2 different headlight bezels for single large headlight. One of them has the lower parking lamp, the other does not. $5 for both

maroon dash pad, good condition, 1 or 2 small cracks, still in great condition. $35

complete set of maroon seat belts for a single cab pickup truck, and Im sure it would work with anything else with a front bench seat. $15

wiper cowl trim and plastic guard from an m1008 cucv. $5 for both


Come get this stuff. I will give discounts for multiple items purchased.


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Pic of the dash pad?
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Old 08-09-2008, 07:27 PM   #3
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sorry havent been on too much the past several days, been working back to back all night shifts so kinda tired. Xanthias-I will try to snap some pictures of the dash tomorrow and post them up.

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Sounds good. While you're at it, does the bench grinder work and are the seatbelts in good shape? If you could post pics of the dash, the grinder and the seatbelts, I'll probably take all 3 if they are in good enough shape.
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Sorry bud I have been really busy this and last week since I am getting married this coming Saturday and work is not letting up. Here are a few pics that I could get of the dash. Everything is accross town so its kinda hard to get at for the moment. The grinder is in great working condition, has a wire wheel on one end and a brand new grinding disc on the other. The seatbelts are in great condition as well, if anything there might be the slightest bit of scale/rust on the brackets that bolt to the floor, but that is pretty normal from what I have seen before. Nothing major. They came out of my cucv that had only 40k miles, so they didnt see much use.



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I must have missed the mail on the invite for that day. I'll call you tonight Rem.
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Been looking for a squirrel cage fan.

Where you located?
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Where you located?
Im located in College Station.

Jeff give me a call buddy, if you arent doing anything on Saturday, come on up to college station, your family is always welcome here bro. Wedding as at 2pm, reception will be 3-4ish. Sorry I hadnt had a chance to send an invite out your way, I have been swamped lately with work picking up and getting ready for school and moving and truck stuff, its been a mess. I didnt even get a chance to have a bachelor party or go to any of Aprils showers which sucks, but I guess thats not important in comparison.

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Also update, the first person to come up and buy some of the parts will probably get alot more parts thrown in for free. Seriously...I have like 6 or 7 small crates full of stuff I dont need. The "storage" place where my parts and truck are will need some rearranging and a reduction in inventory, which means parts going by by, if they arents picked up by next weekend they will be going to scrap.

Hey Jeff, if you want to come up this weekend, I will throw in a whole load of parts...eh...eh??
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Thanks for the pics. I will take the dash, the seatbelts and the grinder. Is this stuff in Houston or College Station? Houston is a lot easier for me to meet, of course. If the parts are in BCS, we'll have to work something out as I have no plans taking me there in the foreseeable future.
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Thanks for the pics. I will take the dash, the seatbelts and the grinder. Is this stuff in Houston or College Station? Houston is a lot easier for me to meet, of course. If the parts are in BCS, we'll have to work something out as I have no plans taking me there in the foreseeable future.
I live in College Station, but my parents are coming in for the wedding and could bring this stuff back with them, they live in Friendswood so you would pb have to drive down to get the parts. Otherwise I will be in Huntsville early next week since I go to Sam Houston. Let me know.

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You should fix your profile to reflect College Station instead of Houston.

Greg if you work a deal out why dont you get the fan for me and I will get it from you?
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You should fix your profile to reflect College Station instead of Houston.

Greg if you work a deal out why dont you get the fan for me and I will get it from you?
I have tried several times and get an error message of sorts when I do... I have changed my ck5 profile, but for some reason my profile here doesnt like that idea much.

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We'll take it to PM to figure out the logistics but Joe I'm glad to get the fan for you. edit - Remington, clear out your PM inbox.
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to the top, xanthias pm box cleared, sorry about that, just got done with all the honeymoon stuff and back to everyday life now.

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Will that fuse box work on a 84 blazer? How much would it be to have it shipped to me?
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to the top, xanthias pm box cleared, sorry about that, just got done with all the honeymoon stuff and back to everyday life now.

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Congrat on getting married but life has changed as you know it. lol
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Will that fuse box work on a 84 blazer? How much would it be to have it shipped to me?
Yeah it should work on any sub, truck, blazer from 81-87/91(for sub and blazers).

The only difference is what you connect or run for each circuit. The truck it came out of came factory with an auto/350, a/c, power doors and it was 2wd, but that 2wd part shouldnt make a difference. On the fuse box I can do $12 shipped.

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Congrat on getting married but life has changed as you know it. lol
yeah your definitely right about that, now I get a wicked lower body workout three times a day...

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uh, don't get too used to that, unless by "lower body workout" you mean reaching for your wallet to hand over cash to the wife.
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