My only concern would be that the Caprice front clip would be too wide.
Missouri City, Texas
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> Subject: [oletrucks] Value Opinion
> Classic Truckers:
> I ran across what I think might be a deal. I wanted to get a few opinions.
> 1950 Chev 3100 (1/2 Ton) 5 Window
> 198? Chev Caprice ROLLING chassis
> Front Clip with IFS, Disc Brakes, Steering
> 10 Bolt rear end with all rear suspension ready to roll.
> All body in place - Cab has no rust, all body parts need a little work.
> No interior - Dash in place with guages.
> Clear title.
> What do you think?
> Jim Wright
> Saddleback Classic Trucks
> Orange County, California
> (Co-Owner) 1950 1/2 ton 5 Window -rodded. (Truck'in Magazine - August
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