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Truck up for Sale

Postby AK Ray » Sat Oct 28, 2006 5:59 pm

I am downsizing my personal debt load so my little red truck is up for sale. Contact phone is 440-1284. Here is the info if you know anyone that is looking for a great truck.

1999 F150 XLT, 4WD, Auto Trans, 4 door extended cab.
NADA retail value = $13,325, Kelley retail value = $12,805, Selling for a loss at $12,500

Just under 86,000 miles, 4 wheel anti-loc disk brakes - new pads and turned rotors two years ago, Nokian Vitara Finnish Winter Ice tires - never change over to studs again! Extra items are: Summit hi-rise canopy with Yakima rack and Viper auto start/keyless entry - Get into a WARM truck every morning this Winter! - since the price is less than retail this means you get over $1,000 of FREE stuff.
Interior is grey with a 60/40 split front seat with fold down center armrest/storage piece. After market floor mats in the front. Rear bench folds down for easy storage of gear. Rear bench can also split with a single seat and storage. Passenger side airbag can be turned off for use with child seat.
XLT package includes: cruise control, tilt wheel, lumbar support seat, driving lights, 2" receiver hitch, power windows/locks, factory anti theft system, factory AM/FM/CD, electric mirrors, style side fender pieces, steel "Nerf Bar" running boards, and alloy wheels.
Extended cab doors open wide and offer easy access for people and gear storage.
No dents, very clean inside and out, and very well maintained. Head bolt heater

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Postby AlaskaRedneK » Sun Oct 29, 2006 12:54 am

Looks like a good truck.

Hope ya git 'er sold before you need the money :thumbsup:
-Stouff
[b][size=14]REAL Trucks don't got Spark Plugs

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Postby skybust » Sun Oct 29, 2006 8:09 am

Ha Ray how you going to get the boat around without the truck
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Postby AK Ray » Sun Oct 29, 2006 1:58 pm

I have already found an older Toyota pickup that was in way too nice of shape to pass up. It came with a pipe rack and a canopy. I just now used it to put the boat away in the back yard, something that the F150 could not do. I really need an ATV for getting stuff into and out of the back yard. Maybe with the reversal of the money flow I can get one next spring.
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