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 in
Indianapolis Indiana


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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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1978 Bronco.  Top-of-the-Line XLT model.  This bronco has a straight body, and is 100% rustfree from the west coast.  It features a smooth strong 351, with a 4 speed manual trans.  4 speed Bronco's are rare and very desirable.  This one is fully loaded, with A/C, factory high back buckets, and a factory roll bar, etc.  This bronco runs and drives excellent.

Very nice low mile 1987 Ford Bronco 4x4, with the Top-of-the-Line Eddie Bauer package, in the classics Black and tan Eddie Bauer color scheme.  This 4x4 Bronco is very clean, 100% rustfree, and has a very straight body from Southern California.

1988 K5 Chevy Blazer 4x4, with Top-of-the-line Silverado trim.  These were the last of the removable top Blazers.  This K5 Blazer is 99.5% rustfree with a straight uncut body and has spent it's entire life in California.  Rblt 350, Overdrive A/T, A/C, PW, PDL, Etc.

1990 F250 SuperCab, with Top-of-the-Line Lariat trim.  These are desirable hard to find trucks.  This one has only had two adult owners, and only his 112k miles.

1983 GMC K35 1 ton crew cab, with the desirable single rear wheels.  Original paint on rustfree California body.  This is a well optioned fancy "Sierra Classic" model.   Strong 454, 4 speed manual, A/C, Tilt, Class III receiver hitch, with brake controller, Dana 60 front, 205 Tcase, 14 bolt rear, etc.  This is a neat rare, desirable real 4x4.

Hard to find, 1976 F250 Factory "Highboy".  76 and 77 were the best of the Highboys, because they finally got disc brakes.  This one is 99% rustfree from California, and still features most of it's original paint.  It has a smooth, strong older rebuilt 360, 4 speed with a smooth clutch, PS, PDB, etc.  It also has the big Spicer hub front axle.  This truck is so original it even still has the old split rim wheels.

1989 Chevy 1 ton crew cab dually 4x4.  It is 100% rustfree from Arizona.  This one is a fully loaded Silverado model.

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Feature Vehicles


1991 GMC V2500 3/4 ton Suburban, with the top-of-the-line SLE trim.  1991 was the last and most refined year of this classics square body style.  This one is an excellent example, featuring a straight, never cut or lifted, 100% rustfree body from California.  91 was the only year of this classics style to get an overdrive in a 3/4 ton.   This is a fully loaded Suburban.  It has a  fuel injected 350, HD 4L80E overdrive   automatic, that was rebuilt less than a year ago, cold F & R A/C, PW, PDL, tilt, cruise, rear defroster, power mirrors.  This one also has the bench front seat, and two rear bench seats, which yields 9 passenger seating capability.  It also has the factory towing package which features a class III trailer hitch, extra coolers, skid plates, tow hooks, and heavier suspension and brakes.  It has an electronic trailer brake controller also.  Finally it has conservatives 3:73 axles.   With the overdrive and the 3.73 axles, this Suburban with get close to 20 MPG on the highway.  Also, this Suburban has had numerous maintenance items in the past year: complete brakes front and rear, alternator, A/C compressor, and recharge with 134A, etc. 

Another neat feature of this Suburban is a sturdy very usable roof rack.  It also features a complete custom audio / video system with back up camera, 15" DVD monitor, and 6 disc CD changer.  This entire system was over $2000 installed.  It has keyless entry also.

The brakes are nice, the suspension is tight, and the exhaust is sound.  The interior is clean and showing minimal wear for it's age.  The carpet is nice, but showing some light soiling.   It has a nice original white repaint over a straight, 100% rustfree California body.  It has decent 265/75/16 tires on alloy wheels.   Overall this is a nice running, great looking, and driving heavy duty 4x4 Suburban, that is ready to be put into service.   This one sure beats paying $60,000.00 for a new one.


   I have been getting more and more interest in the 80's and 90's Fords.  I have a clean 1 owner till last year, heavy duty 1995 Ford F350 1ton 4x4 regular cab with the fancy "XLT" and  heavy duty "Off Road" packages.  This 4x4 is very clean, 100% rustfree, and has a very straight body from Nevada.  Believe it or not it has 250k on it.  It was driven from Arizona to Nevada a lot.  It was well cared for.  I was told the engine was rebuilt at 180k. This truck runs strong, shifts good, and drives tight.   This truck has the best heavy duty parts Ford ever put on a pick-up, including the straight axle Dana 60 front axle, and a Sterling limited slip rear.  Other options include: strong fuel injected 460, nice shifting overdrive automatic, working A/C, factory tach, PW, PDL, PS, PDB, tilt, cruise, dual tanks, keyless entry, class III hitch (with trailer brake controller), factory alloy wheels, Ford bed liner, and Ford hood guard, etc.  This truck also has conservative 3:55 gears in it.  This fully loaded heavy duty 4x4 has a clean interior, other than a spot in the seat where the driver get in and out.  The dash and carpet are nice, and it even still has the factory radio.

The only thing I have noticed is that when you first start it it has an intermittent clunking or rattle.  I can't tell if it is a motor mount, an idler pulley, the transmission flex plate, or what.  It seems to be gone after the engine runs a few seconds or a minute.  The engine has good oil pressure, with no smoke, or other noises.  I have put over a 100 miles on this truck and would drive it anyplace.

This hasn't been a beat off roaded truck.  This is a no excuses hop in and drive heavy duty 4x4.  You won't be disappointed.


    1982 Dodge "Power Ram" rare W350 factory 1ton 4x4.  This heavy duty Dodge 4x4 is 100% rustfree from Washington state, and still features much of it's original paint.  It was one family owned, and only has 120k miles on it.  It has a smooth strong 4 bbl 360 with an Edelbrock carb, with a nice shifting automatic.  It has locking front hubs, with the part time transfer case.  It runs and drives nice.  It is a base model truck with Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, etc.  It has later model Dodge 17" chrome wheels with new 255/70/17 BFG Tires.  The interior is clean with a nice sounding Kenwood stereo.  The body is straight, other than a light dent in the left front fender, and a couple other dings, chips, and scratches.  It also has a nice Class III receiver hitch.  The bottom line this is a nice, rear Heavy Duty Dodge at a good price.

More Rustfree Classics

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Rare and desirable 1985 Dodge W350 1 ton crew cab 4x4.  This is a straight, Rustfree 2 owner western Survivor with only 105k miles.  It features a smooth strong 360 4 bbl, a nice shifting 4 speed, A/C, PS, PDB.  This is a real 1 ton with Dana 60's front and rear, and a 205 transfercase.  I have personally put 300 miles on this truck and it runs and drives perfect.

1978 GMC K30 1 Ton Regular Cab Dually 4x4.  Fancy "Sierra Grande" Model.  65k miles on original paint, straight, 99.5% rustfree west coast survivor.  Smooth, strong 400, TH400 A/T, DANA 60 front, etc.  This is a neat rare 1 ton 4x4.
Reduced $6950.00 $7950.00

This is a hard to find 1979 Dodge W150 Club Cab Power Wagon.  This is a short bed extended cab 4x4 It has a straight body that rustfree from Oregon.    It has a 360, 727 A/T, A/C, Tilt, Cruise, PS, PDB, Dual tanks, etc.
Reduced $5950.00 $6450.00