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post #1 of 4 Old 05-11-2019, 07:46 PM Thread Starter
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1977 Jeep J10 pickup - all parts Priced to get rid of

Dash Pad - $50.00
Grille - $75.00
Fender (passenger side only) - $25.00
Hood Hinges (work really well) - $25.00
Replacement Rocker Panels (Never been used) $75.00
Replacement inside lower door skins (Never used) $50.00
Hood (minor surface rust shown in picture) $100.00
Driver and Passenger side doors - Complete with glass, good working handles, latches and window regulators - $50.00 each

Complete and near perfect condition windshield chrome trim - $25.00
Bed (bed only! no frame, not the rear end or axles and no tailgate) - fair condition overall - $200.00

Recently parted out a one owner 1977 J10 p/u. Due to Illinois weather and salt, the frame was rotten beyond hope. However, I salvaged as many usable parts as possible. Please look at the photos closely.

ALL the parts are USED except for the set of replacement rocker panels and lower door skins.
The picture of the bed turned into a trailer is for the bed itself only! The tailgate has already been sold and I am keeping the rear end with axles.

Some parts are good to very good quality while some of them are just there if someone is in dire need.
I am pricing things reasonably and am willing to listen to offers as I am just looking to help out people in need of parts.

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It may be an ugly and rusty beast, but it's my ugly and rusty beast.

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post #2 of 4 Old 11-24-2019, 06:59 PM
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Do you still have the doors? Would you be willing to sell one of the chrome pieces that is on the door panel? The verticle piece?
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post #3 of 4 Old 04-28-2020, 11:04 AM
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J10 Parts

I just started cleaning up a J series truck my wife surprised me with. I'm interested in the dash pad, grille, and the hinges if you still have them? Willing to ship to Oregon on my dime?
Thanks for posting the parts and sharing!

If you come across a tailgate, I could sure use one. Bummed that yours is gone!

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