It’s a former U.S. National Parks Service 1969 International Harvester 1200D with a 6.4L/393 cubic inch V8 that runs and drives for $2000. Also it’s parked in the woods.
Sorry I don’t see it being worth more that original MSRP. I thought Pinto’s were massive heaps of crap.
1995 Jeep Cherokee 2 Door - $3500 (Bzn)
It checks all the boxes! It’s probably the slowest thing on four wheels, but who cares it’s cool.
It has a V4! Must be ultra rare. That’s not a bad deal for a used miata.
This is a first. I guess when you are in a hurry to sell a Grand Am SE you don’t review your craigslist ad before posting.
White 3000 COE cabover truck: nearly rust free, title, very cool - $4500
1951 white coe. Has an large cab that could be converted into an xcab or sleeper. No engine or transmission. Three small spots of minor sheetmetal skin rust. Easy repairs. Clear title. Rolls and steers. These make awesome rollback or ramp trucks.…
Snow Plow Truck and Contracts - $26995 (Bozeman/Belgrade)
Plow Truck, Plow, and over $1000 per push of contracts!
Todays CP award goes to this 1998 Ford Taurus. To be fare this is the first car I ever drove (as a rental) that had ABS and it saved my ass on HWY 17 near Santa Cruz CA. Otherwise pretty underwhelming, wallowy suspension, and cheap to the extreme plastic bits for the interior. The 3.0 24 valve motor was about the only…