Rustfree Classics
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Specializing in:

* Original
* Restorable
* Affordable

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

Your Rustfree Classic 4x4 Source! 

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

Centrally Located just 20 miles south of
Indianapolis, Indiana


We Can set the shipping up for you across the country, and world wide.

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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78 Dodge "Power Wagon" 3/4 ton 4x4.  99.9 % Rustfree from California.  Strong 440, Nice shifting 727 A/T, 203 Transfer case, PS, PDB, & factory bed side toolbox.  Nice solid driver.

86 F350 1 ton 4x4.  Rustfree from California.  True Dana 60 straight front axle.  Sterling 10.5 limited slip rear axle. Strong smooth 460, nice shifting 4 speed manual, A/C, PS, PDB.  This is an excellent running and driving Heavy duty Ford.

1975 Ford F250 4x4 Highboy.  One of a kind true survivor.  This is the fancy "Ranger" trim model.  I has never been cut lifted or abused.  It features a straight, original paint, 100% rustfree western body.

 Unique and hard to find 1978 F150 short bed stepside 4x4.  I got it from the second owner in Nevada, but she spent most of her life in California.  351, A/T, PS, PDB, Etc.  She runs and drives real nice.

Unique and hard to find 1974 F100 Short Bed 4x4.  Original paint on a 99.9% rustfree California body.  Strong smooth rebuilt 360, 4 speed, PS. New tires, shocks, brakes, and exhaust.  Everything works and it is an excellent driver.

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Feature Vehicles


  Clean & original 1987 Chevy K10 Long bed 4x4.  1987 is the most desirable year of this classic body style.  The reason is that 87 was the only year for fuel injection in this body.  There is nothing like just starting it up and driving off.  No choke, no hard if any start on a cold morning.  Non of the old carburetor woes.  This 4x4 is 100% RUSTFREE and still features it's original paint.  The body has a few battle scares, but overall it's pretty straight.  It only has 105k original miles.  It runs and drives excellent, just like a low mile unabused 4x4 should.  This 87 is a nice simple 4x4.  So it has less that can go wrong.  It has the economical, yet pretty powerful 4.3 v-6, a 4 speed, power steering, power disc brakes and dual fuel tanks.  The brakes, and suspension are tight.  The exhaust sound fine but could use a new tailpipe.  The clutch is new with less than 3k on it, and it works nice and smooth.  The 4 speed also shifts nice.  The 4x4 system has the preferred manual locking hubs and it works nice.  It has decent stock sized 235x75x15 tires on the factory 8" rallies.  It also has 3.42 axles which are excellent for this truck.  The interior is clean and hasn't been smoked in.  The seat has a few splits on the drivers side, but still functions and sits fine.  The dash pad has some cracks, but is still presentable.  It even still has a nice sounding factory AM/FM stereo.

The 4.3 is a great engine, with plenty of power for most applications.  The previous owner claimed over 15 mpg on the highway.

If you have been looking for a clean, simple 4x4, this is it.  I would hop in and drive this 4x4 anywhere.


    1979 Ford Bronco XLT, with the cool factory "Free Wheelin" graphics package.  These Broncos are getting very desirable, and hard to find.  This one is a straight, pretty clean original survivor.  It is 100% rustfree and still features much of it's original paint.  The only items that aren't original are the chrome wheels, and a nice sounding AM/FM cassette stereo.  I think other than that it is original.  The "Free Wheelin" package was an off road package offered by Ford on the 78 and 79 Broncos, and pick ups.  The "Free Wheelin" package consisted of a special graphics package, rear anti-sway bar, quad front shocks, skid plates, etc.

It features a good running 400, with a new Edelbrock intake and carb combo, nice shifting C6 automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, tilt wheel, and intermittent wipers.  It has the bullet proof 205 transfer case, and the high pinion Dana 44 front axle with manual locking hubs.  It also has a frame mounted class III hitch, etc.The interior is original and clean, but the front seat is still original and showing its age.  This one is unique in that is has the folding bench seat rather than the bucket seats.  The suspension is tight, the exhaust is sound, and the brakes stop straight.  It also has like new 31/10.5/15 tires.

Bottom line this a nice looking, 100% rustfree western survivor Bronco XLT, with the rare "Free Wheelin" package.  I can't say much more about this Bronco.  I will let the pictures speak for themselves.

More Rustfree Classics

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1979 Ford Bronco, with the Top-of-the-Line Ranger XLT trim.  This bronco still features it's original factory fancy two town paint scheme on a rustfree western body.  Fully loaded: 400, A/T, AC, etc.  Excellent driver!

88 Chevy 3/4 ton Suburban 4x4.  original paint on a rustfree western body. Fully loaded Silverado.  Fuel Injected 350, A/T, A/C, PW PDL, cruise, tilt, tow hitch, 8 passenger seating, etc

89 F250 SuperCab 4x4, original paint on a 100% rustfree western body.  82k miles.  Fully loaded Top-of-the-Line Lariat model.  Strong 460, A/T, AC, PW, PDL, Bucket seats, dual tanks, etc.

Rare short bed!  1996 F250 4x4 crew cab.  Original paint on 100% rustfree body from Nevada.  Fully loaded XLT: Strong smooth 460, overdrive A/T, A/C, PW, PDL, Dual tanks, posi rear, receiver hitch, etc.  Excellent turn key driver, new Goodyear 235/85/16 tires.