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Come one now!!! No way. I sold the same truck for 800 bucks when gas was 4 dollars a gallon, And mine was running, licensed and had a title. This guu is Fing crazy

1972 Chevy Truck - $7500 (Ruch
1972 Chevy 4x4

Custom 20
350 V8
Turbo 400 auto

Project truck. Has been sitting a few years.


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(03-02-2019, 03:28 PM)tvguy Wrote: Come one now!!! No way. I sold the same truck for 800 bucks when gas was 4 dollars a gallon, And mine was running, licensed and had a title. This guu is Fing crazy

1972 Chevy Truck - $7500 (Ruch
1972 Chevy 4x4

Custom 20
350 V8
Turbo 400 auto

Project truck. Has been sitting a few years.


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Probably a typo... meant $750... still too much.
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(03-02-2019, 07:11 PM)GCG Wrote:
(03-02-2019, 03:28 PM)tvguy Wrote: Come one now!!! No way. I sold the same truck for 800 bucks when gas was 4 dollars a gallon, And mine was running, licensed and had a title. This guu is Fing crazy

1972 Chevy Truck - $7500 (Ruch
1972 Chevy 4x4

Custom 20
350 V8
Turbo 400 auto

Project truck. Has been sitting a few years.


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Probably a typo... meant $750... still too much.
You could be right. I didn't even think of that. The most sought after are not 3/4 ton long beds. They are 1/2 ton short beds.
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A person would be VERY lucky if they could give this POS away LOL

1973 Amigo RV - $800 (Ruch, Oregon)

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(03-05-2019, 01:18 PM)tvguy Wrote: A person would be VERY lucky if they could give this POS away LOL

1973 Amigo RV - $800 (Ruch, Oregon)

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Oh, I don't know. I might haul it away for $800 but I'm guessing they wouldn't be willing to pay me that much.

On second thought, it's not worth my time and I don't need $800 today.
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(03-05-2019, 04:22 PM)Cuzz Wrote:
(03-05-2019, 01:18 PM)tvguy Wrote: A person would be VERY lucky if they could give this POS away LOL

1973 Amigo RV - $800 (Ruch, Oregon)

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Oh, I don't know. I might haul it away for $800 but I'm guessing they wouldn't be willing to pay me that much.

On second thought, it's not worth my time and I don't need $800 today.

One of the first things I look for when buying used is a wheel leaning inward at a 45.
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(03-05-2019, 05:46 PM)GPnative Wrote:
(03-05-2019, 04:22 PM)Cuzz Wrote:
(03-05-2019, 01:18 PM)tvguy Wrote: A person would be VERY lucky if they could give this POS away LOL

1973 Amigo RV - $800 (Ruch, Oregon)

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Oh, I don't know. I might haul it away for $800 but I'm guessing they wouldn't be willing to pay me that much.

On second thought, it's not worth my time and I don't need $800 today.

One of the first things I look for when buying used is a wheel leaning inward at a 45.
Laughing
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(03-05-2019, 04:22 PM)Cuzz Wrote:
(03-05-2019, 01:18 PM)tvguy Wrote: A person would be VERY lucky if they could give this POS away LOL

1973 Amigo RV - $800 (Ruch, Oregon)

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Oh, I don't know. I might haul it away for $800 but I'm guessing they wouldn't be willing to pay me that much.

On second thought, it's not worth my time and I don't need $800 today.

There is no where to take these things. Scrap yards don't want them. I see them abandoned along the roads once in a while. I don't have a clue what the county does with them.
My neighbor has one in his back yard. It's been there for years and I think it will always be there until the guy dies and someone buys his property.
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This is bound to go quick, everyone wants a worn out crap chairs in their living room.

(at least they are not trying to get money for it, some CL idiot sellers would put $50 on that pile)

https://medford.craigslist.org/zip/d/gra...24124.html

free recliner (grants pass)


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(03-08-2019, 07:48 AM)GPnative Wrote: This is bound to go quick, everyone wants a worn out crap chairs in their living room.

(at least they are not trying to get money for it, some CL idiot sellers would put $50 on that pile)

https://medford.craigslist.org/zip/d/gra...24124.html

free recliner (grants pass)


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free recliner no hold's, must pick up, no delivery

SAAAAAAWEET  throw a blanket over that puppy and she's good for another hunnerd miles.
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(03-08-2019, 07:55 AM)tvguy Wrote:
(03-08-2019, 07:48 AM)GPnative Wrote: This is bound to go quick, everyone wants a worn out crap chairs in their living room.

(at least they are not trying to get money for it, some CL idiot sellers would put $50 on that pile)

https://medford.craigslist.org/zip/d/gra...24124.html

free recliner (grants pass)


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free recliner no hold's, must pick up, no delivery

SAAAAAAWEET  throw a blanket over that puppy and she's good for another hunnerd miles.

7AM, what gives! Did you forget what daylight savings time is and set your clock back 5 hours instead of springing up 1?
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(03-08-2019, 08:05 AM)GPnative Wrote:
(03-08-2019, 07:55 AM)tvguy Wrote:
(03-08-2019, 07:48 AM)GPnative Wrote: This is bound to go quick, everyone wants a worn out crap chairs in their living room.

(at least they are not trying to get money for it, some CL idiot sellers would put $50 on that pile)

https://medford.craigslist.org/zip/d/gra...24124.html

free recliner (grants pass)


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free recliner no hold's, must pick up, no delivery

SAAAAAAWEET  throw a blanket over that puppy and she's good for another hunnerd miles.

7AM, what gives! Did you forget what daylight savings time is and set your clock back 5 hours instead of springing up 1?
I'm trying to get back on a more normal schedule LOL. The bad part is the wife isn't. So I have to tip toe around.
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Flat out smoking crack....I have one of these generators, Paid $40 for it. Performed some much needed maintenance, new plug, etc. And it runs like a champ. They are grossly under powered by today's standards, It can run a few basics, LED lights, or LED TV, a drill, things like that, but it will not even run a halogen work light for example. Even if the thing was like new you'd be hard pressed to get someone to pay $100 for it. His Ebay sales pitch is the typical what people are asking vs. what they sell for, no one in the history of Ebay has ever paid $1700 for one, I guarantee it. For $800 you can easily come by a newer Honda with 2, 3 even 4 times the power with the cleaner inverters for today's electronics. I would certainly not plug a router or laptop into these old units. They are cool little vintage units to be sure, but $50 would be my top dollar on a good day.



Vintage Honda EM500 portable generator. - $800 (Grants pass)


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Vintage hard to find and hard working. HONDA'S EM500 portable generator . These are going for as much as 1700$ on eBay. This one is in good condition and runs excellent. Everything works . small in size .great for RV/ Camper. Totally awesome during home emergencies and. Small enough to put behind your seat in a vehicle or in the trunk. Super compact.
800$ or best offer. Must sale.
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(03-18-2019, 07:09 AM)GPnative Wrote: Flat out smoking crack....I have one of these generators, Paid $40 for it. Performed some much needed maintenance, new plug, etc. And it runs like a champ. They are grossly under powered by today's standards, It can run a few basics, LED lights, or LED TV, a drill, things like that, but it will not even run a halogen work light for example. Even if the thing was like new you'd be hard pressed to get someone to pay $100 for it. His Ebay sales pitch is the typical what people are asking vs. what they sell for, no one in the history of Ebay has ever paid $1700 for one, I guarantee it. For $800 you can easily come by a newer Honda with 2, 3 even 4 times the power with the cleaner inverters for today's electronics. I would certainly not plug a router or laptop into these old units. They are cool little vintage units to be sure, but $50 would be my top dollar on a good day.



Vintage Honda EM500 portable generator. - $800 (Grants pass)


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Vintage hard to find and hard working. HONDA'S EM500 portable generator . These are going for as much as 1700$ on eBay. This one is in good condition and runs excellent. Everything works . small in size .great for RV/ Camper. Totally awesome during home emergencies and. Small enough to put behind your seat in a vehicle or in the trunk. Super compact.
800$ or best offer. Must sale.
He must  have looked on ebay and found another idiot like this guy.

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But yes this is what a smart guy would buy. I need to get one because i could run my pellet stove to stay warm if the power went out. And my computer and TV.
 

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I’ve always hated old Ford trucks even though I’ve owned a bunch. The twin I beam suspension really sucks when they get old.
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(03-19-2019, 10:51 AM)bbqboy Wrote: I’ve always hated old Ford trucks even though I’ve owned a bunch. The twin I beam suspension really sucks when they get old.

 Yeah they front suspension was shit on a lot of Fords. And Ford motors on older rigs really sucked the gas.
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What are the odds that someone who can't spell "penny" knows it's value?


 
Indian Head Pennie - $500 (Medford or)


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3431 s Pacific hwy spc 102
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condition: excellent

1903 Indian Head penni great condition
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(11 hours ago)tvguy Wrote: What are the odds that someone who can't spell "penny" knows it's value?


 
Indian Head Pennie - $500 (Medford or)


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3431 s Pacific hwy spc 102
(google map)
condition: excellent

1903 Indian Head penni great condition

I don't even think it's worth 500 pennies.

I have a silver dollar older then that, I would be willing to part with for $500.
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(7 hours ago)chuck white Wrote:
(11 hours ago)tvguy Wrote: What are the odds that someone who can't spell "penny" knows it's value?


 
Indian Head Pennie - $500 (Medford or)


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3431 s Pacific hwy spc 102
(google map)
condition: excellent

1903 Indian Head penni great condition

I don't even think it's worth 500 pennies.

I have a silver dollar older then that, I would be willing to part with for $500.

What a deal! I'd much rather buy a dollar for $500 then a penny.   Laughing
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