This is a 2005 DODGE SPRINTER/FREIGHTLINER 3500 STAKE BODY FLATBED WITH LIFT
with Tip-Tronic (Can be used both as Automatic and Manual) Transmission and 115K Miles!!!
HAS CLEAN PENNSYLVANIA STATE TITLE!!!
SPRINTERS ARE PROBABLY THE BEST COMBINATION OF POWER AND AWESOME MPG OUT THERE!!!
DUAL REAR TIRES!!!
STAKEBODY FLATBED!!! HAS LIFT INSTALLED AND IT WORKS 100%
The Exterior is White
with Blue/Gray Cloth Interior.
Loaded with 2.7L i5 TurboDiesel Engine!!!
This Truck is perfect for utility purposes.
LIEN AND LOANS HAVE BEEN CLEARED ON THIS VEHICLE!!!
MIGHT HAVE SOME MINOR DENTS AND SCRATCHES ON THE BODY!!!
This DODGE FREIGHTLINER/SPRINTER 3500 FLATBED STAKE BODY TRUCK is Very Well Loaded with:
Dual Rear Tires,
Climate Control System with A/C,
Rear-Wheel Drive, 2.7 Liter Engine,
Manual Doors, Manual Mirrors, Manual Windows,
12V Power Outlet, ABS Brakes, i5 Engine,
Dome Lamps, Cloth bucket seats,
Cruise Control System,
PLEASE READ THE TERMS!!!
***All the vehicles are sold "AS-IS" NO WARRANTY!!! THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS ISSUED FOR THIS VEHICLE.
ALL VEHICLES SOLD AS-IS WHERE IS NO WARRANTY!!!
$230 of dealer fee, title transfer, temporary tag and registration fees apply to all vehicles.
Full payment MUST be made within 7 days after the auction ends.
Immediate deposit of $500 required within 24 hours to the dealership's bank account!!!
(non-refundable if the buyer does not show up to pick up the vehicle or if the buyer does not make full payment within 7 days)
If the buyer does not respond or does not make deposit within 24 hours, the dealer keeps the right to sell the vehicle to other customer!!!
PLEASE NOTE: The eBay member is NOT responsible for any of the sold vehicles and is not a DEALER!!!
I AM JUST A MIDDLEMAN WHO SELLS STUFF ON EBAY FOR OTHERS!!!
All responsibilities regarding issues, condition are on THE DEALER of the vehicle.
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Report Run Date: 2013-08-05 17:17:52.975 EDT
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- VIN: WD1PD444145670322
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- Make : Dodge Freightliner
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