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1985 W150 New Shop Toy

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Makes me miss my 85s

This one must have got a grille swap at Some time.

The step side beds sure have grown on me. I never liked them when I was younger, but as I get older I prefer them.
 

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Looks like a solid project truck. Seems solid from the pics plus an AZ truck isn't going to have rust to deal with.

4" lift, gears/ARB's, 18" wheels, 35's, 440 with fuel injection, 727, new interior, new paint.
 

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Makes me miss my 85s

This one must have got a grille swap at Some time.

The step side beds sure have grown on me. I never liked them when I was younger, but as I get older I prefer them.
I didn't like them when I was younger either but I love this one!!!! THis truck has had more than a grill swap. At some point someone took a 360 out of a motorhome and swapped it in this truck.
 

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Looks like a solid project truck. Seems solid from the pics plus an AZ truck isn't going to have rust to deal with.

4" lift, gears/ARB's, 18" wheels, 35's, 440 with fuel injection, 727, new interior, new paint.
It came from California but very minimal surface rust on some body panels. It's a very clean truck. If I don't sell it to my son, I will build it out as a show truck for our business with most likely 40s and a low lift. Think ultra 4 or baja type setup. I have lots of plans in mind that will all carry over to the next project truck if my son decides he wants this one.
 

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