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Author Topic: 1995 3500HD was 6.5/nv4500 no eng/trans $500 Pflugerville (Austin) TX  (Read 461 times)

someotherguy

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Missing engine, trans, core support, hood.  Probably worth $500 to someone that could use the parts!  Tires on it probably worth more than that.

https://austin.craigslist.org/cto/d/c3500hd-diesel-cab-chassis/6558051025.html

Richard
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Perfect year for here in NY  - 1995 No OBD2 plug in for inspection- or do what I did put a 1994 2500 cab on it. 

Now I have a 2500HD!

Noticed that the diesel trucks up here have less rust in the engine bay area...must be the diesel fuel has something to do with it.

someotherguy

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It's an awesome gas engine swap candidate, as it's about one year shy of being emissions test exempt in Texas.  Pre-OBD2 vehicles get put on the chassis dyno with the sniffer up the tailpipe.  In a year anybody still holding onto one of those chassis dyno smog check machines in Texas is going to have one big expensive paperweight...unless they decide to change the rules again.

Looks nicer than the $300 parts truck that I built my black wrecker out of.  Too bad it's missing the HD-specific core support.

Richard
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I used a radiator support out of a regular truck but welded on the bottom extensions in my current 3500HD. 

 


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