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Old 11-27-2018, 01:03 PM   #21
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I've been looking around for a K20 or K10 for my fun vehicle. Found one with the 6.2 and only 80k on the clock. That's what prompted this thread. It was cheap, but I think I'm gonna pass.

Found a 73 K20 with only 40K on it. beautiful original truck 350/4 spd SM465 but more than I wanted to spend on a 2WD.
6.2s are pretty cheap to work on. Great if you just want to drive around and haul stuff in the bed. No modern power, but oh well.

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Old 11-27-2018, 01:47 PM   #22
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I've been looking around for a K20 or K10 for my fun vehicle. Found one with the 6.2 and only 80k on the clock. That's what prompted this thread. It was cheap, but I think I'm gonna pass.

Found a 73 C20 with only 40K on it. beautiful original truck 350/4 spd SM465 but more than I wanted to spend on a 2WD.
It is crazy what that body style goes for, same as with like 78-79 fords , why more then I want to spend on one.
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It is crazy what that body style goes for, same as with like 78-79 fords , why more then I want to spend on one.
Square body chevys are hot right now. People have moved on past the 67 to 72s because of the cost.

The dent side fords are spendy now too.

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