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1994 Chevy K3500 Diesel 4x4 Standard Shift Wrecker. Wheel Lift And Sling on 2040-cars

US $6,500.00
Year:1994 Mileage:999999
Location:

This truck is a working truck. Recently it developed an oil leak from the oil cooler line near the oil filter. It has been way to cold out for me or climb under it and replace the line and the clip. For those of you who are familiar with 6.5 turbo diesel, you know the line I'm talking about? It's an real easy fix..

The engine runs good and is a very strong motor. New clutch, pressure plate and throw-out bearing within the last year.

Twin telescoping booms and cables. Works very nice no leaks or issues at all. The wheel lift is in great working order as well. All cable are in great shape

As I stated before, This truck will be sold with a bill of sale only. There was no title when I bought it because RI is a non titled state when it comes to truck like this. Sorry I don't have a title and not sure how to get one. Please don't ask me to.

Up until a few months back I had a garage and used this truck on a daily basis. Since then I gave up the garage and sold mostly all my equipment as well as trucks. Other then this truck and my Modus Snap-on scanner there is not much left.

Buyer must contact me with 24 hours of winning the auction to confirm the win. Then he or she depending on the time frame for pickup may have to send a $500.00 deposit via paypal to hold the truck until transportation charges can be made. Without repairing the line I would no drive this truck. You would be looking for trouble. It is the buyers responsibility to transport this truck. I can assist in loading but the rest is up to the buyer.

Rear taillights are LED.

This truck was and is a work truck. We used it regularly but we also took care of it. I'm sure there is many many more years of use from this truck. You might even consider piutting a plow on it to make more money.

Thank you for looking and please follow the terms of this auction. That's all I ask.

CODE OF ETHICS
My code of ethics is very simple yet. Should you purchase an item from me on ebay and when you come pick it up, it is determined to be different
from the listing. I'll offer to refund your money and all depostis if any in the same manner as it was recieved. I have a 100% positive feedback rating and I'm going to do everything in my power to keep it 100% postive. I want you to be happy with your purchase or I'll do whatever I can to make it right.


AFTER THE AUCTION ENDS
I will ask the winning bidder contact me through the ebay messaging boards with 24 hours to confirm the win and make arrangments to finalize the sale. If you are the second highest bidder and got beat out in the last few seconds of the auction, Please contact me after the first 24 hours have past. If I have not heard from the winning bidder by this time I may sell you the item at your bid.


PAYMENT
Payment must be made within 7 days after the auction ends. I will except cash check money order or wire transfer. Whatever you're comfortable with. If you are paying by check please make sure to give the bank ample time to clear your check before you pick up the item.


PICKUP
Pickup can be made Monday thru Friday 9am to 5pm est. We ask for a 24 hours prior notice so we may accomodate you better. Other arrangement may be made if needed. Just call us and we can work with you.


TRANSPORTATION
Transportation is at the cost of the buyer and YES are avaialbe to assist in any way possible. We have equipment to load if needed. A huge well lighted yard for big trucks to load in. We are here to help you get your item home.


FOR SALE IN OTHER MARKETS:
Most all items we list on ebay are for sale in other markets as well. Should any item be sold in other markets prior to the ending of the auction. We will cancel all bids and end the auction early.

 

 

 

Below you will see how I operate. I'm honest and fair in every way.

 

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