I am selling a 1995 Chevy S-10. This truck has an Alaskan windshield, the fuel gauge does not work, and there are dents and scratches that can be seen from the pictures. Other than that, the truck runs and drives great. I am asking $2,300 obo. Please call or txt (573)-760-2651 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Rated Operating Capacity: 1,300 lbs
Includes: Snow bucket (as shown in pic), Dirt bucket, Fork lift, Winter tire chains
Manuals: Operation & Maint Manual, Service Manual, and Parts Manual.
Contact: (907) 347-7684
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Science Event of the Week
In 1979, the discovery of a Clovis type projectile point found in association with mastodon remains provided the first solid evidence of the coexistence of humans and the American mastodon in Eastern North America. Paleontologist Russell W. Graham of the Illinois State Museum made the discovery during a state sponsored excavation in the Kimmswick Bone Bed, near Imperial, Missouri. The first recorded report of bones of mastodons and other now-extinct animals in the vicinity of the town of Kimmswick, Missouri, was in the early 1800s. St. Louis Museum owner, Albert C. Koch, in 1839 excavated bones weathering out of the banks along Rock Creek. The site is now the Mastodon State Historic Site and excavations have been halted.