At what point do you say I think we killed it? That right there is a example of that “Cash For Clunkers” program that the US government created to get you to trade in your old junk. Yep you got your moneys worth out of it for sure!
Holy Rusted Metal, Batman!
looks to me like the wait is over and its finally time to make this bad boy into a flat bed. cutting the sides off with a torch probly would’ve been faster than letting them rust off but pshh **** that.
Put that poor thing out of its misery!
That’s a real CHEVY for ya….body rots off but the truck keeps driving!
I have never seen a truck so rusted before that’s still on the road.
Nothin’ wrong with that that a little Bondo won’t fix . . . Plus, there’s still plenty of tread left on the tires.
I think I got Tetanus just looking at the picture.
not to beat a dead horse, but this is why car covers or a garage are beneficial
I think this old timer needs to retire to the junkyard.
At least it has brand new tires on it.
like someoneelse said at least it has good tires but please put the poor truck out of it’s missery an dont forget to wash the next truck it will last a little longer
an try not to let the next one get shot at
Who says this is still on the road? Just because it has plates on it? I’m calling bullshit on this one, looks like it’s already been pushed around with a loader. If you were a cop and saw this driving, would you allow it? If you owned an insurance company, would you insure it? Not a chance. This has been sitting in a farm field for 10 years to be rotted and shot full of holes and bashed up like this.
For anyone that would make stupid cracks about GM trucks, btw, the NEWEST that truck could be is a 1987, or 24 years old. Since the average vehicle’s lifespan is under 10 years, that would really be saying something IF the truck was still roadworthy other than the body. But I still call BS.
Hey, this is my old ride. I drove it like this while me and the boys beat it up. The rust is natural, as it’s a Minnesota truck. It was never shot at. It was a 1979 Scottsdale Chev with 305 V-8.
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