Have a 1962 Chevy C20 dually, was originally a camper conversion and the conversion was done when it was brand new. Factory length frame for a standard long bed. I planned on molding stepside rear fenders on the fleet side long bed (the bed comes with the sale stepside fenders do not) but I have too many projects and need to sell off a few to finish others so it needs to go. The rear of the truck is bagged but nothing has been cut or welded and it could be easily changed back to the factory spring. All factory sheet metal, looks like a new coat of the same factory color paint was applied somewhere long down the line but doesn't appear to have had any body work done. Super solid truck doubt you will ever find one this rust free again, awesome patina, its originally from South Dakota I purchased it from a 90 year old man and he swore the miles were correct 61k original. Engine is not original but is a 400 small block and it has a 3 speed manual transmission. The old man had the engine rebuilt in 1996 drove it home, parked it next to his shop and it never drove another mile. Engine seems to be stuck right now but I've never tried to free it or even get it running as I planned to put a 12 valve Cummins in it but Im sure it is rebuildable. Clean North Dakota Title and located in Bismarck, ND message me for more details. Reserve price is less then 3 grand.