Here I have for sale a 2000 Ford F-350 Crew Cab. Good motor. Good Trans. Good Brakes. Clean body. Cloth gray interior. The truck drives great. 2 new batteries. Hauler body recently installed. Currently does not have gooseneck or 5th wheel attached. Was going to use truck to haul 3 car wedge. Found other truck with gooseneck, so decided to go with it. This truck was bought with a Utility box. There was never a gooseneck or 5th wheel attached, just a bumper hitch. The truck is in great condition. Recently added air horns on the rooftop. Also added a remote start alarm. The glass was tinted all around.
The truck can be driven anywhere. I recommend replacing tires, before hauling any heavy loads. If you are not going to haul heavy loads, the tires should hold up just fine.
I have title in hand. Cash deal. Unless you can provide your own means of financing.
The vehicle is driven often, therefore the miles will continue to rise.
If you have any questions, feel free to message or call 872-333-2424
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