1965 GMC K1502 Diesel Cummins 4BT ZF5 Dana 300 Dual Dana 60 Off-Road Truck K20
Price: US $29,500.00 Item location: Bethesda, Maryland, United States
- Make: GMC
- Model: K15/K20
- Type: Regular Cab Pickup
- Trim: 3/4 Ton
- Year: 1965
- Mileage: 100,000
- VIN: K1502PF2778B
- Color: Yellow
- Engine size: Cummins Diesel
- Number of cylinders: 4
- Fuel: Diesel
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: 4WD
- Interior color: Gray
- Options: 4-Wheel Drive
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1965 GMC K15/K201965 GMC K15/K20 3/4 ton factory 4x4 built with all new drivetrain. Truck came to Maryland in 2014 - it lived in Nevada from 1965-2014 - chassis and body are very solid. One of the pictures shows receipts and maps that were in the glove box - some dating back to 1969. Specifics of work done are discussed in videos below. General run down of build is as follows:
Cummins 4BT IntercooledP7100 Inline Injection PumpZF5-47 5 Speed Overdrive TransmissionDana 300 Transfer CaseAluminum Radiator and IntercoolerAll Mandrel Bend Stainless Steel Intercooler PlumbingAll Mandrel Bend Aluminized Steel Exhaust PlumbingRear Dana 60 Regeared to 3.73 with Spicer Gears and Spicer PowerlokFront Dana 60 from 1992 Dodge Ram Diesel Regeared to 3.73 with Spicer Gears - very tight turning radiusRear Mounted Aluminum Fuel Cell (no fuel tank in cab)
The above is a very small glimps into the truck. If the parts and work interest you then the videos will really dive into the vehicle. Apologies for some of the videos being sideways and then going horizontal again - video quality is still high and will give a through run through of everything. Also included are driving videos. I tried to put them in a logical order so if you start from the first one you should take a full ride in, out, and under the truck - picking up build details along the way.
Purchase/Payment/Shipping: Deposit must be paid via Paypal. Remainder of purchase price cannot be paid via Paypal. Remainder of purchase price can only be paid in bank check/cash/cashiers check. Shipping can be coordinated to some locations at the expense of the buyer. Buyer must coordinate shipping and seller will make vehicle available to shipping company for pickup.
EDIT: to answer questions about available financing...I have never used them but Sun Trust bank seems to have a convenient muscle car financing plan through a division called LightStream. Again - I have no experience or feedback one way or another but that is an option to those why may need part of the transaction financed.
EDIT 2: what you see inside of the truck in the first picture (with canoe) are oars to the canoe.