Beautiful original Farm Truck
Kerhonkson, NY 12446
1962 GMC 3500 DUALLY RACK BODY Up for sale is my 1962 GMC 3500 Rack Body, 12'x7.5'. Yes, I have the racks for the bed. Complete engine rebuild at Turco's in July 2014 on the original 305V6 big block. Over $25,000 invested. Absolutely no rust. I have all paperwork, receipts, specs and numbers. New clutch kit, carb, master cylinder, battery, radiator, alternator, fuel and brake lines front and rear. Trans gear oil flushed and replaced as well as transaxle fluid (85-140). Rebuilt power assist booster(brakes), drive shaft carrier bearing, ag tires, new wiring harness, light boards and fuse block. New sending unit for gas tank, new heater core, new 2 X 6 bed frame rails, hardware and completely sandblasted, painted and rustproofed underneath throughout. Truck has 23,000 original miles on odometer and 3, 061 miles on the build. As of 12. 2018 new points, plugs, condenser, cap, rotor, wires, coil, front shocks and new carburetor. I have replaced two NOS doors and left and right with gaskets, floor pans, mirrors, two fenders and right and left step plates from 4-5-6 Chevy Trucks out in Kansas City, KS. They have been blasted, sanded and primed with epoxy primer and painted, with four coats of lacquer and four coats of clear. It just had it's first second oil change. Gauge cluster rebuild done by Southern Electronics. Also a brand new custom dual exhaust with glass packs done at Meineke Muffler in Kingston, NY. I also use Amsoil 10W-30 full synthetic for best lubrication. This truck has an unladen weight of 7,460 lbs. Max GVW of 18,000 lbs. I have all receipts for all work, parts and labor. I'm the third owner and know the previous two as it's been here all of it's life. Call with any additional questions and to make an appointment to take a spin. I have all receipts and specs. Absolutely no texts or trades, or "IS IT STILL AVAILABLE" comments as they will be unanswered and deleted. ONLY SERIOUS INTERESTED BUYER'S PLEASE. Phone calls only please @845-399-5975. Price is firm and cash is king.