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    2 lost GMC earlies I found

    I found these 2 vans today, no clue they were there. A 64 & a 65, need to wait till it dries up to crawl around & check them out better. Not sure how much he wants but I'm guessing not much as he has no plans other than to use them for storage. Click image for larger version. 

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    Wow both GMC, Is the 64 a Nodoor(No side door)???? can't really tell from pic. Great find
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    No, they both have side doors with no windows in door. The green one has some kind of butchered side windows that were put in. The only windows are the front doors & rear doors.
    They look to be in decent shape. I'll have to wait until it dries up a bit to crawl around and check them out more.

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    Wow!

    a pair of no-door 1st gens!! Go for it, get em and fix em.



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    Great find! Keep up posted on the pursuit.
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    If you can pull them out of where they are sitting they are worth saving.......
    Its a "van thing". A life style you have to live to understand!!!!

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    I know I sound like a broken record but...

    So far away!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VanSandy View Post
    I know I sound like a broken record but...

    So far away!!!
    Google Earth says it's only about 2150 miles depending which way you go. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougwe1 View Post
    Google Earth says it's only about 2150 miles depending which way you go to zcode website lol
    Nice find. I wonder why they were just abandoned like that.
    Last edited by TobyYates; 10-09-2017 at 07:20 AM.

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    Usually because they broke down, and got shoved out of the way.


    There was a heating and cooling company down the road from me that had a 2nd gen that sat in the back corner of their lot for over 20 years. I tried to buy it, but the owner was using it for storage. One day I saw it being hauled away by the scrap man, the entire floor had rotted and fallen out.
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