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Old 07-22-2011, 10:24 PM
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Stepside bed in Yakima, wa 400

There is a catch, it is currently a trailer but this might be worth looking into for someone who needs a bed or maybe even fenders for one of these.

And no worries about getting it home if you have a trailer hitch.

http://yakima.craigslist.org/grd/2508413260.html

It isn't mine nor do I have anything to do with it.
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Old 07-23-2011, 07:37 AM
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Are you sure that's a 67 and not a 57?
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I'm thinking that it is a 55/59 but it may have been built as a trailer in 67 and titled as a 67 trailer. As I said above, it isn't mine and all I know is what we see in the add. It looks like a good buy for someone needing a bed and or fenders. I was thinking a guy could buy it, swap beds with his and either have a trailer to use or turn around and resell it. If it was and AD short bed box on a trailer I would be up looking at it for that price.
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I agree with you, it looks like a deal, just not a 67 bed.
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Somewhere between a 55 second series to 66. They are look the same to me. I know there are some cross sill differences in them but the fenders, sides, front's and tailgates should all be the same. WES
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If it is half as good as it looks, well woth the $$$ WES
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