2010 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Adrenalin V8 4.6 Awd 4x4 Svt Loaded Rare on 2040-cars
Cheshire, Connecticut, United States
|This is a very Rare hard to find Ford Explorer Sport Trac Adrenalin with the V8 and AWD. And its Black, on Black loaded with everything from GPS, Sync, sun roof, back up cam, and Leather. If you know these truck then you know how rare this one is. I was looking for one 2 years ago and found this at a near by dealer in Mass. It was the owners wife's personal SUV. It is a certified Ford and got a warranty to 100,000 miles (but i don't think that transfers). But its in perfect shape.
They had a hard cab on the back and also gave me the flat hard cover that I have had on the last year and half. I drove this every day for the last year and half. I'm a sales rep and I just picked up a new job with a company car so I won't be using this anymore. It has been great, I don't want to part with it, but its just going to sit since i have this new Daily Driver.
I have a whole extra set of wheels I had powder coated Black and I have blizzak tires on that set. The tires on it are brand new I just put them on 5,000 miles ago and the winter I used the other set. This thing is a bear in the snow with the AWD, you can lock it right on the dash and it will go anywhere.
The truck always gets looks and questions, because you just never see them. Such a pleasure to drive and you still have a nice bed for snowboards or bikes or what ever you want.
It is in Excellent condition with only 70,000 miles (69,276 today) and KBB says its a $22,656-$23,887 trade in and Private Party is $26,350. I'm putting buy it now at $25,500 and that will come with the extra set of winter Tires and the extra cab for the bed. If you win and it wasn't buy it now I want $1,500 for the extra wheels and Tires and Cab.
Deposit of $1,000 via Paypal at end. And Cash or Bank check within 7 days of end. Also if you want the truck delivered we can work that out on a by mile setup.
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