[Wanted] Looking for a Clean 96-99 2WD Chevy/GMC Crew Cab Dually
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    Default Looking for a Clean 96-99 2WD Chevy/GMC Crew Cab Dually

    Hi, I am looking for a CLEAN 96-99 Chevy/GMC 2WD Crew Cab Dually. Big Block and lowered/Bagged is preferred but not a must. No Projects please.

    I have $CASH$ in hand and would travel to surrounding states For the right truck. I am located in Northern California.

    Please let me know what you have, Thank You

    Nick
    1998 Crew Cab on 19's

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    Default 98 2wd Dually

    I have a 98 GMC 2wd crew cab. Not as clean as you might be looking for but very solid truck with pretty clean interior, new engine and pretty low miles. It needs some cosmetic work. [email protected] Clear is peeling. Has a cracked fender. Unit only has 139K on chassis. 15 miles on new engine. Located near Boise Idaho. 208-409-7911 I have 2" lowering springs for it as well as the rear 7" drop flip axle kit. You still need the 3" lowering spindles. I also have 4 Alcoa's. These parts are negotiable. Please call me if you are interested.
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    1996 Chevy 3500 Crew Cab Dually

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