J. R. Read
hmlinc at sbcglobal.net
Sun Oct 19 15:22:01 EDT 2014
I don't know, Tim. When I was looking for a Rampside ~15 yrs ago, I
traveled some long distances and spent 2 yrs looking for a decent one. I
saw several (at least a dozen) hopeless cases during that time. Don't
forget that in their day, they were thought of as work trucks that were to
be thrown away when used up.
Most got parked or scrapped. Those that got parked (the majority I suspect)
turned to rust. How many out of ~18,000 built do you think might yet
survive? I have a hunch that it is less than 1,000 in decent - drivable
condition and maybe another few hundred that are on the way to the scrapper,
but the owner is just not ready to admit that.
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Sent: Sunday, October 19, 2014 12:07 PM
Subject: Re: <VV> Rampsides
> Yes. (All Rampsides are good). Tell us more of what you are after. And
> your location.
> Timothy Shortle in Durango Colorado 81301
> -----Original Message-----
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>>Subject: <VV> Rampsides
>>Anybody know of any good rampsides for sale?
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