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Old 03-23-2021, 09:17 PM   #1
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Default A pair of Brothers... (SE/V6/2WD/5sp/KC)

So, giving serious consideration to selling both of my D21's. Both are (almost) identical, cept' for years/color/mileage and a few other small details.
NOTE: PICs to come. Just realized I don't have many/any. (I sad)

BTW: I'll not be leaving the site... do plan to replace it with a newer 2wd Nissan PU. Just that I'm getting to a point in life where "crawling under the truck" has a whole new meaning. Means Advil and a good strong drink, later that evening. Trying to "go there less". Wrenching less, cept' for the KZ's... and living more. Gotta enjoy it while ya can... but I digress.


Looking to sell them as one sale. Both have clean WA titles and run. The 89' is tag'd and tab'd, the 87' is not. Asking $6.5k, open to offers... or trade, straight across for a newer Nissan PU.

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The white 87' runs, but the PO "tried" to de-emissions it, so it runs poorly. )o: I've had it for <1 year. Got it as more of a "parts truck", but is totally viable as a road worthy candidate. I've not removed anything. A bit of time, parts and elbow grease will get it back on the road. There are 2 new & 2 "newer" tires on the rims, per the PO. 277k, but was hauled behind a Class A for a few years.



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I'm 3rd owner on the 89'. Bought it in 1999-2k. Just did a bunch off stuff on her in the last year. Timing belt/water pump/ect, rear end and trans fluids, repacked bearings, new tires <1kmi and prob more... just not looking at the receipts. Does include the "head banger" rack.





Let me know if any questions need to be answered.

(I'll be editing this OP with updates)
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What he is saying it the aerodynamics of a D21 is a brick in the wind.
Probably at least as bad as a Jeep so worse than a cow.

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Old 03-24-2021, 12:57 AM   #2
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say it ain't so, joe !

i feel sick...



do what you need to do, you're still family. (nice trucks !) i wish i were closer to you.
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Old 03-24-2021, 01:11 AM   #3
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Sux gittin' ol'.....

...name's not "Joe". (o:

Stop and take a deeeep breath... take another.... good, feel better?

Yea, see the first line of this post. But I'll still need a truck, don't need a gas hog and don't need to haul a ton. Another small PU is all I want. Of course, need to sell one to get the other. <sigh>
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What he is saying it the aerodynamics of a D21 is a brick in the wind.
Probably at least as bad as a Jeep so worse than a cow.
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Sux gittin' ol'.....

...name's not "Joe". (o:

Stop and take a deeeep breath... take another.... good, feel better?

Yea, see the first line of this post. But I'll still need a truck, don't need a gas hog and don't need to haul a ton. Another small PU is all I want. Of course, need to sell one to get the other. <sigh>
...yes,it does suck getting older !

...but "chris" didn't rhyme !
it's supposed to be a line from the '8 men out' scandal about the black sox.
a boy hollers it to shoeless joe jackson, wanting to hear from his hero that everything will be okay...

...yes, better now. thanks for reaching out.

i know the feeling, man.
i need to sell my 97 sonoma. owned it for 15 years, great truck, but it hasn't moved since the D21 came home. would roll that money into a pathfinder if i had the chance. 93 S-10 blazer probably needs to go, too.
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Old 03-24-2021, 03:53 PM   #5
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Are they both v-6 5 speed trucks, both have all the inside power options?
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Old 03-24-2021, 06:58 PM   #6
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Are they both v-6 5 speed trucks, both have all the inside power options?

Was wondering the same thing. It sucks you're so far away. I'm kinda getting tired of messing with mine as well and really don't do any offroading anymore so it would be nice to have less complications by switching to a RWD model.
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Old 03-25-2021, 12:20 AM   #7
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Yes, both are basically identical, power everything... locks and windows.
I believe the SE had all the power options, offered for the year.
I'll get more PICs once we have good weather.
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