28/29 cab for sale

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Stakebed
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28/29 cab for sale

Post by Stakebed » June 13th, 2017, 5:36 pm

Only things I've done is soak and remove every nut and bolt with liquid wrench. Only things left standing are the rear panel and cowl posts and header panel. I have all the pieces besides the gas tank that I plan to use on another cab.Needs the typical patch panels, rear cab straightened, seat riser is rotted at the front, and some pitting on the sub-frame. Windshield has been removed and the frame appears to be good. I believe it would fit in the back of a standard modern pickup and with everything off its relatively light. Thinking $900 /trades/partial trades. I'm pretty open to anything just ask. Pics:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/150894781 ... res/0q682X

if anyone knows of a way to allow direct linking to pictures on flickr please let me know....
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Re: 28/29 cab for sale

Post by AAholic » June 15th, 2017, 8:38 pm

That's not a bad looking cab, I only wish it were a 30

Stakebed
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Re: 28/29 cab for sale

Post by Stakebed » June 15th, 2017, 9:13 pm

Yea its not bad, needs some love but besides the bottom of the doors they are straight and the back of the cab could use some straightening but fixable. I took pics of how it currently is but too tired to upload and mess with tonight so will add them tomorow.

Does include new seat wood (4 slats from seat rider to rear of cab and long piece that goes under the seat - came with the cab when i bought it and my new project came with all new wood so i dont need it)

Like I said its as pictured just carefully disassembled more (kept most of the screws, some needed vice grips on the heads etc) and gas tank does NOT go with it...Lock mechanisms have been blasted, window risers are good...Windshield has been carefully removed without breaking screws or pieces. Its in good shape and for sure useable...Rear window frame I've already removed blasted and painted black...Hinge pins removed and all hinges removed from the cab, started removing them from the doors and kept them wired together so the pairs match. Would fit in the bed of a standard pickup now that the front section is removed so easy pickup. Not much else to say really...

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Re: 28/29 cab for sale

Post by flatford39 » June 16th, 2017, 1:39 pm

What is the asking price???

Stakebed
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Re: 28/29 cab for sale

Post by Stakebed » June 16th, 2017, 10:51 pm

edit - see above
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Re: 28/29 cab for sale

Post by Stakebed » September 5th, 2017, 4:52 pm

I could do $900 on the cab and doors that came with it...

https://www.flickr.com/photos/150894781 ... res/0q682X
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Re: 28/29 cab for sale

Post by wild4679 » September 6th, 2017, 9:58 pm

I have a full set of 29 fenders, rain skirts, and running boards that I'd sell. All straight, with some unpainted body filler on the fenders.

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Re: 28/29 cab for sale

Post by Stakebed » September 7th, 2017, 6:17 am

pm sent

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