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2002 Ford E-350 Bucket Truck 4x4 Powerstroke Diesel on 2040-cars

US $14,000.00
Year:2002 Mileage:155669
Location:

Palmyra, Virginia, United States

Palmyra, Virginia, United States

Quick Specs
2002 Ford E-350 Super Duty
Power Stroke 7.3 L turbo diesel
Quigley 4x4 conversion
155K miles
Versalift 29' non-insulated bucket with lower controls on remote and upper controls in the bucket
Newer tires in great shape
Storage bins inside the body
Some body work required where boom tie-down hooks to gutter on the van. (gutter has rusted off) 

This vehicle was acquired through the Virginia Abandoned Vehicle program.  It has been retitled after if was left on the property for several months by the previous owner.

This vehicle runs fine and the boom is fully operational as well.


 

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