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    Default 1989 C350 7.5 $15k

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    $15000 obo

    Lifted, 35's, trimmed fenders with flares, welded square tube front bumper. 460 gas 124kmi. Just installed "new heavy duty transmission" doesn't say which one. Southwestern styling inside that I genuinely like.

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    Default Re: 1989 C350 7.5 $15k

    God awful fenders

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    Default Re: 1989 C350 7.5 $15k

    Do you have to remove the flare every-time you want to put gas in the tank?
    1991 Bronco Eddie Bauer ~ 351w EFI ~ E4OD ~ BW1356 (Manual) ~ Manual Hubs ~ 265/75 r15
    1989 Centurion 350 ~ 460 EFI ~ E4OD ~ BW1356 (Manual) ~ Manual Hubs ~ 35x12.5 r17

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    Default Re: 1989 C350 7.5 $15k

    No, he trimmed the gas door to clear the flare when you open it. I suppose that's one way of dealing with rust. It can't rust if it's not there. I don't like everything I post, I just post what I find. Like it or not, there was at least some decent effort put in to modding this one. Lines are clean and symmetric. We've all seen ones truly hacked up.
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    Default Re: 1989 C350 7.5 $15k

    Lots of ruff edges to clean up with this one. I think a better value would be closer to $7k.
    1991 Bronco Eddie Bauer ~ 351w EFI ~ E4OD ~ BW1356 (Manual) ~ Manual Hubs ~ 265/75 r15
    1989 Centurion 350 ~ 460 EFI ~ E4OD ~ BW1356 (Manual) ~ Manual Hubs ~ 35x12.5 r17

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    Default Re: 1989 C350 7.5 $15k

    I'd want to see how much rust under the diamond plate trim. It is a 460 engine, typical value on this in this shape would be 5k or so on the high side assuming no rust. Even though it has a new tranmission, that has to be one of the cheapest to replace transmissions of the ones offered in Centurions. Even a performance one wouldn't touch the cost of some of the others. If there is rust under those plating covers then it is a different valuation altogether.
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    Default Re: 1989 C350 7.5 $15k

    Now asking $12k
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