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2006 Dodge Ram 3500 4wd Awd 4 Door Crew / Quad Cab Longbed Cummins Auto on 2040-cars

US $24,990.00
Year:2006 Mileage:126000
Location:

Nags Head, North Carolina, United States

Nags Head, North Carolina, United States

                                                                                  2006 Dodge Ram 3500 SRW SLT 4 door Quad Cab. Big Horn Edition


4WD
Longbed
5.9 Cummins HO Turbodiesel
Only126K
Cruise.Power windows, locks, seat, mirrors, steering, brakes. Alloy wheels. Tilt wheel. CD. HD rubber all weather floor mats
Knapheide steel KnapKap cap (new cost = $2500 and will not sell separately, but you can easily get $1500 for it).  Tailgate and mounting hardware NOT included.
No rust. No wrecks.  No peeling paint.
Serviced to date and current. Needs nothing mechanically. Recent oil change with Rotella Synthetic.  Recent tire rotation and brake inspection.
Current NC State Inspection
BFG Rugged Trail A/T tires with only 13K miles (First set lasted > 113K, so why change?) Transmission rebuilt with HD parts @115K.
5” turbo back MBRP exhaust with resonator and Predator programmer = 500HP .
Calipers replaced with ceramic HD pads and brake system flush @116K.
Prodigy brake controller. HD tow hitch. Set up for fifth wheel and hardware for that and gooseneck is included. Towing mirrors. 4:10 open diff.
No leaks. No weird smells. No mechanical issues. Last year before emissions.
            Neither a beat up “work truck” nor a trailer queen, but has high gloss Bright White paint with a few chips and smallish dings (not many and don’t stand out as ‘ugly’). No tears in Light Gray Cloth upholstery or major carpet stains. No glass cracks. Original window sticker. 1 key and remote. I have owned this beast for 4.5 years, so I know it well. Never let me down!
   
          NADA retail WITHOUT the Prodigy, Predator , MBRP, Cap  and fifth wheel / gooseneck is  $26,125. Even used the extras are worth over $ 2000.So if it’s so great, why am I selling? I simply don’t need this much truck anymore as, at most , I now tow a $7000#  tag trailer. 


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                                                                               ??? THANKS! ???

 Call David, Nags Head, NC, 505-670-1464.


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