> I wish I was in your situation! I agree with your philosophy of buying the
> rarest or most desirable rig to restore, though alot of other listers
> agree. The one thing I don't agree with you about is I would take a deluxe
> cab any day over a standard cab.
Well rare is more of the way I percieve things...LOL I plan on aquiring some
of the neat rare old options for what ever truck I decide to buy......and
then get it running and slowly continue from that point on!
And I have not sworn off the 5 window....but as the situation sits, the best
complete truck (rust wise) is a 3 window......I was thinking a 3 window with
a factory visor....and maybe a few other options i don't know about but
which he may have floating around here!
Huckster bed trucks and '53 Hydra-matic GMC's.
Whats a huckster bed?...yes I am new LOL
> for full pressure 235's or 261's or buy a GMC with a 248 or 270. Don't buy
> dipper engine if you can get a full pressure one.
Ok Dipper....Full pressure.....I assume you are talking oiling systems
here....how would I tell the differance?.....
Thanks all, for the comments and advice...keep it comming.........Norm
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