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2500hd Crew Cab Black Lt Duramax on 2040-cars

Year:2002 Mileage:294115
Location:

Acton, Massachusetts, United States

Acton, Massachusetts, United States

Truck is sold in "as is condition".  The truck is in really good condition, many people can not believe truck has 294k miles. Runs and looks like a truck with far less mileage.  Mileage is highway mileage.  Engine and transmission are very strong.  Truck still gets18-19 MPG consistently and has for the life of truck.  Truck has been very well maintained.

The following are the conditions of the truck:  Rear Bumper is rusted thru, Power Steering pump leaks, Tailgate hinges are rotted, Small rust around window of rear driver's side door (See Picture), Small rust on top of bedrail on driver's side (See Picture), Driver's seat has tear in leather & arm rest (See Picture).  Front bumper fog light lenses are missing. Service engine soon light is on for glow plug.  Tires have more than half life left on them.

Shipping is to be paid for and handled by buyer.

 

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