GuysWithRides.com Daily Volume III (161) | Tuesday, July 20, 2021
Thank you for subscribing to the Guys With Rides Daily Newsletter. Tuesdays at Guys With Rides are all about classic pickups, vans, and SUVs we would add to our fantasy garage, and think you would too. In addition to today's features, you can see our past Truckin' Tuesday "Classifinds" by clicking here and selecting the desired filters.
Meme Of The Day

Our daily Craigslist "Classifinds" provide leads on rides we think you'll find interesting. We are not affiliated in any way with the sale of these rides - we just want to help them find a new home!
Each of today's Classifinds features interesting videos!
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Sunburst Survivor: 1974 International Harvester 100D Pickup – $8,900

By the mid-seventies, International Harvester’s (“IH”) pickup truck line suffered a two-fold sales beating caused partly by the 1973 Oil Embargo and Chevrolet’s “Rounded Line” pickups. Consequently, 1974 was the second-last year of production for IH 100 Series...
SOLD! Body on Frame Survivor: 1988 Nissan Pathfinder – $2,500

Rad Era Editor Jeff Lavery believes of the greatest crimes against the automotive enthusiast community (and we agree) is the departure of body-on-frame SUVs from the marketplace. Someone else agreed with his assessment as we just confirmed as we went to press the seller already deleted their listing just days after posting it!
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True Truck: 1958 Chevrolet Apache 3200 – $12,999

Chevrolet produced ts “Task Force” line of trucks from late 1955 through 1959. Light duty half-ton versions came with the “Apache” brand name. While 1958 was the first year of the Fleetside bed option, the traditional stepside bed remained available in two flavors: the shorter 3100 version (six-and-a-half feet) or the long (eight feet) bed Apache 3200 epitomized by this survivor...
Unmolested Unibody: 1999 Jeep XJ Cherokee – $5,800

It’s hard to believe that Jeep marketed its now-iconic XJ compact from 1984 through 2001 in the U.S. while in certain other markets the design lasted until the 2014 model year. Once a very common sight on suburban roads across America, finding an unmolested, rust-free, inline-six powered, four-wheel-drive version is becoming more difficult by the day and we predict this...
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GM Authority Did Not Place Our Link - Please Show Your Support For Guys With Rides and Comment There!

While we're happy the seller of the 700 mile '93 Camaro Pace car made it on GM Authority's "Reader Rides", the site has made a point NOT TO MENTION Guys With Rides! This is despite the fact they frequently link to Bring a Trailer and other sites.

To add insult to injury, in a similar post about six pace cars Mecum will auction soon, the site had no trouble placing a link for that site.

Despite us reaching out to the author and the Executive Editor, it's beyond disappointing and frustrating we did not get a mention.

Please help us by commenting on both posts about GuysWithRides (please do it without adding links). Thanks!
We Have The Cars, We Just Need More Bidders!
We're pleased to report we have no shortage of great rides waiting to be auctioned here on Guys With Rides! While we have the rides, we need the bidders, so please help spread the word about what we're doing here at Guys With Rides!

Malaise Era fans can check out either this 69K original mile 1981 Mercedes-Benz 380SL for sale by the original owner or this 1986 BMW E30 325es auction, both of which end soon!
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