A buddy of mines dad has one. Immaculate original condition. But I'm pretty sure it will never see any water. He built a 100'x100' building just to keep it in. Along with a few more toys.
Odd that this thread popped up all of a sudden. Last week on I85 near Lexington I saw a home engineered surf fishing battle wagon. They took an old Dodge 2500 pickup, ditched the bed and built a full size camper with cab-over on the back complete with windows, AC, a full size 6 panel exterior door and propane. On the side they had a few sets of pegs for hanging waders upside down. On the supports for the cab over they had a bunch of rod holders. Quite the rig.
The state of NC sells the old school buses for relatively cheap, 3-4K for an old full size bus that might have some kind of mechanical issues.
You need the trailer to bob the truck. The bed on a deuce weighs about 3 grand. You take that bed off, remove an axle, chop the frame and take the bed off the trailer and mount it to the truck frame. You shed right much weight and get her up to 60 mph.Man if you want one, there is 2 of them on the side of 24 in between morehead and cape Carteret. One of them even has a matching trailer to go along with it. I thought it was a broke down convoy that pulled off to the side of the road until I got up on them.
Look to be in almost new shape. If anybody wants the number I can get it for you.
You need the trailer to bob the truck. The bed on a deuce weighs about 3 grand. You take that bed off, remove an axle, chop the frame and take the bed off the trailer and mount it to the truck frame. You shed right much weight and get her up to 60 mph.
yea, I would be interested in a number.
I think they would make a good truck.
They are pretty dependable and simple mechanically.