Barnyard wrote:That's it Randall. It evidently is listed on several different websites. I found it in three different places with a high asking price of $7,900.00 and a low of $6,800.00.
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Oh yeah. That would lead to a whole lot of new questions. I just might keep looking for another one.
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Got 2 KBs sittin around my place Scrivett says hes goin to rebuild them . Well make a runner outa 2 any way. Would be a cool cub hauler for show grounds but ive driven KB 5 and 6 dumptrucks 6 cyl red seals geared to work are NOT geared to run on todays roads and MANUAL brakes on a 2ton class truck aint pretty.Give Scrivett a shout maybe i can clean up my place a lil.
It certainly looks like a "KB" series to me.
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What's the sellers history? Hockster? Hard up for cash? Who did restoration? Where did it come from? Sellers reputation @ local coffee shop? Local w/probably give you a better idea than what his version is! M2CW. Dusty B
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