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Old February 11th, 2018, 12:44 AM
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Default Looking for Body parts values

I need some help from you guys out there to determine the approximate values for some items that I have. I will attach some pics to post so you know what I have. All pics are of 1960 GMC 1000 Big window stepside .
1} cab with original gauge cluster, factory heater ,heater control unit,complete glove box w/door& lock. no rust on cab floor or interior other than some light surface rust in places. exterior of cab is solid & has been sanded & primed.
2} Complete original bed already assembled with fenders & steps, GMC tailgate attached, sanded & primed. Sorry, will have to send bed pics at later date.
3} RH & LH doors. with hinges. Doors are in perfect shape .sanded down to bare metal ,{no rust found on either door}then skimmed & primed.Have interior & exterior handles as well. Doors have window regulator, wing windows, w/wing glass & door glass installed.
4} Hood , hinges, springs. { Hood is a 60-66 replacement . Looks like Chey 63. Hood had no dings or dents, was sanded to bare metal, then skimmed , primed. Looks perfect.
5}Original RH ,LH front fenders. also no rust. sanded & primed. New inner fenders for both sides. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Old February 11th, 2018, 02:00 AM
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Default Re: Looking for Body parts values

Here are some additional pics of cab interior and doors.
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Old February 11th, 2018, 06:17 AM
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Default Re: Looking for Body parts values

This should be in the marketplace. You are obviously wanting to sell and are fishing for offers. Do that in the proper place. Not here. Price your items the usual way. Check craigslist, ebay, swap meets and common sense.
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Old February 11th, 2018, 04:23 PM
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To AZKEN, Sorry. didnt mean to step on your toes or anything. Maybe I need to explain this post better. I am not looking to sell whats in the post. I have an opportunity to buy this stuff for $4200. I currently have a1960 GMC 1000 that I am attempting to restore. The cab that I currently have is rusted thru in many areas & can be repaired , but at a high cost.The doors & bed need work as well. I was trying to get your opinions on the items pictured, to see if you thought it was worth purchasing, as this could substantially reduce my time & outside labor costs in restoring my truck . If you still think that this needs to be in Marketplace forum let me know & I will stop posting here.
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Old February 11th, 2018, 05:43 PM
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"I need some help from you guys out there to determine the approximate values for some items that I have. I will attach some pics to post so you know what I have.

Gee I guess it was the "I have" that made me think you "had" them. I guess there is a different meaning to "I have".

Anyway, you definitely need to explain better. Your words are way off.

You are not stepping on my toes, I was informing a new member about the proper place for selling posts. If the moderator/forum manager says you're OK, then you are OK.

Prices: Need to know short or long bed. Having the wrong hood is not great. Fender side not as valuable as Wide side. "All apart" seems like someone's project they gave up on. If it's rattle can primer, you have to sand it all off to bare. No windshield? No rear window? trim? emblems? rubber? seats? Frame? Motor? Trans? original wheels? Steering wheel and column and steering box/arms? Lights, lenses? bumpers? Grille? radiator? Unless you forgot to mention all that, No, not worth $4200. In CA You can buy a fairly solid running one for that. Many of those parts are Chevy or GMC and are semi-plentiful. IMO the value is not even close to $4200. But again you may have left off a bunch of stuff. We can only go by what you say. So do some more clarifying. Get it all straight as to what you are asking. I guess if you know it's a 1000 series then you must also be buying the frame and suspension? Your pix do show wheels, so......
It WILL reduce your time and cost to buy good sheet metal at reasonable prices. Good plan.
What's up with the 5 lug wheels??
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Old February 13th, 2018, 12:13 AM
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This truck has either been converted to disc brakes or, more than likely, has a 71 or later frame under it. GM used 6 lug wheels til '70, changing over to 5 lug on 2wd when disc brakes became standard.

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