87 GMC Jimmy rust free 20k or trade

1984 t-type

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1987 GMC Jimmy 4x4 115K miles TBI 350 engine 700R4 transmission, this is a original California truck that I purchased from a classic truck dealer in Oregon and had it transported here to MI a few months back. This truck has original paint and has never seen salt or had any rust repair, there is a difference between a truck that has had the rust repaired and one that has never had it at all. Interior is nice cloth tan seats, still has 2 knob radio dash has not been cut, has new steering wheel (comes with original also) new Dakota Digital dash, good heat and A/C all A/C components are new, new tires and refurbished wheels, power locks and windows work great. Paint has stone chips on the lower section, engine is original all parts are still there for the smog system. Asking $20,000 or trade for a newer daily driver of similar value, or of lesser value with cash my way. 313-212-6161
 

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grass doctor

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I miss my 93 bronco with 5.8 Windsor great truck very hard to get stuck on the beach or any terrain , had straight exhaust flow masters out the passenger side , very nice truck you are selling nice short wheel base for off roading GLWS
 
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KC87

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I miss my 93 bronco with 5.8 Windsor great truck very hard to get stuck on the beach or any terrain , had straight exhaust flow masters out the passenger side , very nice truck you are selling nice short wheel base for off roading GLWS
How about one of the new 66-77 style broncos with updated emissions and safety equipment for about 1/4 of a million bucks. Or iirc 67 Mustang for same price. Company can get away with certain things since they are allowed to make 500 and under units a year all with original Ford dies and stampings. Maybe we could go halves. lol.
 

KC87

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77/78 the best LOL
Think you mean 78-79? Yeah, messed them up going with the twin traction beam.Can still find some nice old 70s Blazers out west for a decent price yet. In 77 they still didn't need the catalytic converter and used regular gas if ordered right.