I am selling my 1995 C350 Centurion 4X4 PowerStroke Turbo Diesel Bronco. Truck was Custom Built by Centurion and started life as an F350 4X4 1 ton chassis with a PowerStroke Turbo Diesel. I am told that this is 1 of 160 of the 1 ton 4X4 PowerStroke Bronco's built by Centurion. I know its RARE cause I haven't seen another with the Factory PowerStroke let alone another built by Centurion except rarely on the internet. Truck RUNS AND DRIVES GREAT. Has a Rebuilt Tranny with less than 100 miles. Triple Disc Torque Converter. More Clutch Discs. Tranny cost over $3000. Newer Injectors with less than 1000 miles which cost over $2000. It got New Batteries Last Year which still work great. New Water Pump last week cause it started to leak a little. New K&N Air Filter. It has the OBD II port so This Truck Can Be Upgraded With A Programmer for alot more power. Has Weld Chromed Aluminum Wheels with 265/75R16 Load Range E Tires. Posi Rear Axle. Factory Paint along with all the Centurion UpGrades, Moon Visor, Rear Spoiler, Lighted Steps, ETC. Interior is in Great Shape except drivers seat is tore a little from getting in and out. Rear Power Defrost Window goes up and down as it should. Has a Rear Bench Seat that Folds Down into a Bed. Table in the back. Seats 8. I have a Clean Wisconsin Title. Call (262)705-0605 with questions. I Reserve The Right To End The Auction Early since the truck is for sale locally.
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