The previous owner did a lot of work to the 60, including rebuilding the engine as well as the front end and drive train.  For months I’ve poured countless hours and a lot of money transforming this into a like new vehicle again that I could trust as my daily driver.   Recently had a change of plans and found a 69 suburban that was to good of a deal to pass up.  Currently planning to do an LS swap so I’m selling the 60 to fund the new project. Here is a description of some work that has been performed in the past year: Fresh repaint of body.  All original body caulking removed and replace with 3M automotive.  No rust on body or wheel wells Fully rebuilt late model 2F donor roughly 10,000 miles on rebuild. Shaved head, RV cam, de-smogged New Man-a-Fre headers New Champion 2-core radiator New exhaust + tubing Valves adjusted – 500 miles ago New battery – 2 months old Rebuilt carburetor – 2 months old Alternator and power steering from 3FE, Alternator – 2 months old New old stock 3 pulley crank (harmonic balancer) – 1 month old New Aisin water pump; temp sender, thermostat, gaskets – 1 month old All new cooling hoses + silicone hoses to heater core All vacuum hoses replaced at time of de-smog New AC pump + recharge 5 months old Diesel carb hat to custom intake for snorkel Front Axle rebuilt before motor was done, Marlin crawler kit was used to rebuild – 3200 miles on rebuild Hubs rebuilt and repainted Transmission pulled and inspected Transfer case had hairline crack in rear case so it was pulled and welded  no leaks afterwards.  At time of weld, transmission to transfer input seal replaced and entire transfer resealed with original gaskets sourced by mud vendor – 1 month ago Newer springs from FJ62 with CCOT shackles

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Location: Gulfport, Mississippi, United States