View Full Version : 1966 SIIA Exmod Pickup

11-07-2008, 10:58 AM
I have a 1966 SIIA 109 Pickup truck for sale. No rust issues. No previous rust repairs. Left hand drive. Original drivetrain with salsbury rear axle. Power brakes, dual tanks, dual batteries, Hella lamps, d90 door tops, hand throttle, tow rings, bumperettes, pintle hitch, screw on lamps, gun rack, single wiper system, LOTs of cool stuff. Overdrive available. Typical layers of military paint. Asking $6600. Located in OR. 541-606-0095


11-19-2008, 06:22 PM
That is exactly what I am looking for...wish I was on the same coast!

11-19-2008, 08:33 PM
you could always drive it back cross country and take lots of pictures....

11-19-2008, 08:46 PM
Funny that you mention it-was pondering that very possibility, and pics-yes-am also a Photographer . Time off is the issue(trauma center). Can get it 8-10 weeks in advance, but it never seems to jibe with Ebay wish lists. If it was gonna still be there in that time...though, lol. Would be a great trip- dangerous man to visit, I should think (would bring a bank check-AND NO OTHER MONEY)LOL.

11-19-2008, 08:59 PM
i was thinking of something similar but i have enough trucks on my hands...
seeing how you would have 8-10 weeks in advance you could purchase the truck and keep it their while ike fabs up some custom sliders and bumpers complete with a warn 8274 out front. Those are just the necesities. If actually driving it home i would reccomend you take ike up on his offer to install an overdrive and Ive heard what an upgrade parabolic springs are from the stock military ones. So not only would you be driving a land rover cross country... it would be a pretty cool rover too. oh yea and ear plugs might come in handy

11-19-2008, 09:07 PM
Sadly, I am not the OWNER of the trauma center, but alas a humble worker bee.lol. Yes I agree- the kids can pay for their own college- great plan...are high risk bank loans hard to get in today's economy?? Anyone need a kidney??

11-19-2008, 09:16 PM
lol the numbers do add up quickly

11-20-2008, 09:36 PM
RWLLSGR, you're in Mystic? I yak there at least twice a month in season.
Look forward to our SIII's parked at the same irish pub sometime. would be cool.
cheers, mate.

11-20-2008, 10:21 PM
dont mean to hijack the thread... but mystic is great for yaking. best way to see the draw bridge and the seaport with out having to pay admission and deal with all the jay walkers :D