Rustfree Classics
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* Original
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Rustfree western  trucks from the 60's, 70's, and 80's.

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Bringing the "Best of the West" to the Midwest.

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Indianapolis, Indiana


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If you don't see the truck you want, or the one you wanted is SOLD, check the web site often as we have new 4x4's arriving all the time.

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1977 Chevy K10 short bed 4x4.  It features its original paint on straight 95% California Body.  Cheyenne trim package, and is well optioned.   It  has the 400 small block, TH400 automatic, A/C, tilt, PS, PDB, front tow hooks, limited slip "posi" rear, etc.  It engine runs smooth and strong, and the automatic transmission shifts nice.

1990 F250, with the Top-of-the-Line Lariat  trim.  It is 100% rustfree from out west, has a pretty straight body, and still has most of it's original paint.  It is only showing 12k on the odometer so probably 112k.

1985 Chevy Silverado K10 1/2 ton 4x4.  It is 100% rustfree from California.  It smooth strong 350, with a rebuilt overdrive automatic, cold A/C.  Nice driver.

1984 rare "Bull Nose" Bronco 4x4, Top of the Line "XLT" package.  This Bronco is very clean, with it's original red paint, on a straight, 100% rustfree body.  It is a true one family owned, original California survivor.  It only has 118k miles

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1 of a kind 99.9% Rustfree California Survivor.  Very rare and sought after 1978 Chevy K30 crew cab "3+3" 1 ton Dually 4x4.  This one has the Top-of-the-Line "Silverado" trim, and the max 10,000# GVW "Camper Special" weight rating.  It is fully loaded for a 78 Silverado Camper Special 3+3: featuring a strong smooth 454, nice shifting TH400 A/T, A/C, Tilt, Cruise, dual tanks, class III receiver hitch, etc.

It has only had two adult owners, and only has 94k miles.  It features it's original paint on a real straight body.  I call it 99.9% rustfree because it has acne starting on the outer left front of the hood, and a few spots in the rear bed floor by the tailgate.  That is it.  She is over 40 years old.

 It has a nice looking 6in Rancho lift, with new Mastercraft Courser MXT USA made tires.  It has the Dana 60 front axle, with cool old school all metal "Selectro" twist locking front hubs.  This truck drives great, with no excuses.

The interior is also clean, the seats and carpet have no tares.  The dash pad has some cracking, so we installed a new dash carpet cover.

This truck is awesome and very rare.  The lift gives it the perfect stance, and the original paint has a great survivor patina.  I wouldn't do a thing to it but drive and enjoy it.  I could go on and on, but I'll let the pics speak for themselves.


1979 F150 4x4, original paint on a 99.9% rustfree California body.  The body is very straight and the truck has a nice survivor patina.  It has 400 engine, and a 4 speed manual transmission.  The 400 engine has an Edelbrock intake and 4 bbl carb on it.  It also has Power Steering, Power Disc brakes, and dual fuel tanks. 

These F150's came with good heavy dusty parts, like a Dana 44 front axle, 205 gear driven transfercase, and 9in rear axles.  This one features 4.11 gears with a limited slip "posi" rear axle, It also has the big "Desert Cooler" radiator.  The truck is the "Custom" trim level but has a lot of the fancy trim like the factory Ford tie down hooks, and the lower accent trim.

The interior is clean and original.  The only thing not original is the AM/FM/CD player.

This truck is an honest turn key driver, that is mostly original and not bad for being over 40 years old. 

Those of you that have been watching the website for a while have probably noticed that I'm finding less and less pre 80 Fords.  They are drying up fast.  This one is pretty nice, straight, and original.  I call it 99.9% rustfree because the bed floor has some pinholes in it.  It looks like there might have been something square on the bed floor and dirt and debris accumulated around it and caused the rust.  The floor itself is still fully strong.

Bottom line if your wanting one of these you better act sooner than later. 


This is a hard to find, and desirable 1987 GMC High Sierra Longbed 2wd.  What makes the 87's so rare, and desirable is the fact that it is the only year that GM offered fuel injection in this classics body style pickup.  You get all the convenience of a newer fuel injected truck, in the classic older body.  This one is 100% rustfree from California, and feature its original paint on a straight body.

It features a strong smooth fuel injected 350, and a nice shifting overdrive automatic.  It also has: Cold A/C, PS, PDB, Cruise, duel fuel tanks, factory AM/FM, Limited slip "Posi" rear axle with 3.42 rear axle, etc.  Finally, it has a new tires on the original 8" rally wheels.  The interior is also clean and original.  The bed is very straight inside. The paint and body has some minor flows, but has an awesome patina.

The best thing about this truck is the stance.  Short beds like this have been dried up for years.  Long beds have gotten real popular of late, and actually have a good look lowered down.  It was professionally lowered with all Bell Tech components including Shocks all around.  3" in the front with spindles, and 4" in the rear with shackles.  By doing it this way, it retains it's factory ride quality.  It also has nice sounding FlowMaster exhaust. 

I did a full photo shoot on this truck before we lowered it, and then retook some.  So some of the pics might show the stock wheels, and exhaust.

Most everybody who is into square body GM's wants an 87.  This is an excellent strong running and driving truck.  The suspension is tight.  The brakes stop nice.  This truck needs nothing.  I would hop in and drive this truck anywhere.  I don't have to make any excuses for it. 

More Rustfree Classics

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This is an early 1977 Ford F250 factory "Highboy" 4x4.  The early 77's got the 351/400 modified series engines, but still had the divorced transfer case.  The first half of 1977 model year was the last of the "Highboys"

1997 Chevy K2500 3/4 ton Suburban.  This is a fully loaded "LT" fuel injected "Vortec" 454, HD 4L80E overdrive automatic, cold front & rear A/C, ABS, PW, PDL, tilt, cruise, Etc.

1977 F150 SWB 4x4 with premium Ranger trim.  Mostly original paint on a 95% rustfree western body.  It has a good running older rebuilt 351, and a good shifting C6 automatic.  Turn key driver.

1983 Chevy C30 1 ton dually.  This is a 99% Rustfree western survivor.  It is a fully loaded Silverado with a strong 454, TH400 A/T, etc.

1986 Chevy K20 Suburban 3/4 ton 4x4.  Fully loaded Silverado with a bad engine.