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Old 01-23-2005, 00:09   #1 (permalink)
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Changing rear styleside for alloy tray

Have purchased an AU Ute and wish to remove the rear styleside body and replace with an alloy tray.

Does anyone have any ideas on where I can sell it and how much I could expect to get for it.

It is in mint condition, only in Dark Blue.

Any / All comments appreciated.
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Old 01-23-2005, 00:52   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Changing rear styleside for alloy tray

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Have purchased an AU Ute and wish to remove the rear styleside body and replace with an alloy tray.

Does anyone have any ideas on where I can sell it and how much I could expect to get for it.

It is in mint condition, only in Dark Blue.

Any / All comments appreciated.
I assume you got it at rock bottom price otherwise you could spend a fortune to make a flat deck out of a standard body style ute, cant imagine many people with a flat deck wanting to change theirs to a standard model though, maybe you should have looked at buying a flat deck in the first place, just my opinion
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Re: Changing rear styleside for alloy tray

shouldnt be to hard to change the stylside jsut bolts off as far as i know and a try bolts on
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Re: Changing rear styleside for alloy tray

Most guys I know kept their styleside in the shed in case they sell the ute. Sell with the styleside fitted again and carry the tray over to their next ute.
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Re: Changing rear styleside for alloy tray

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Have purchased an AU Ute and wish to remove the rear styleside body and replace with an alloy tray.

Does anyone have any ideas on where I can sell it and how much I could expect to get for it.

It is in mint condition, only in Dark Blue.

Any / All comments appreciated.
what state are you in?
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Re: Changing rear styleside for alloy tray

I your man, got a alloy tray in brand new nic and i want a dark blue tub. Is the tub of offer still ?
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