Good Gas miliage, i get around 25mpg
this truck is ready for hard work!
$3500 in last 3 months on brand new parts:
$800 on new a/c overhaul(new compressor/condensor/evap etc etc, you know the whole works).
A/C IS ICE COLD!
$800 on complete oe exhaust overhaul(everything brand new from manifold to tail pipe).
4 new shocks(original equipment).
$800 on new wheels, tires, lug nuts 2k ago!
new rear bumper with mounting brackets/bolts/tags light.
new tail lights.
new front bumper/grille/skirt/marker lights/turn signal lights.
new front fender. primed black
new bedliner by herculiner
new window visors.
new tailgate net(by gator net), i forgot to show in pics.
new side mirrors.
new fuel filter
original tailgate is little rough and is mechanically sound.
the drivers door has some dents in it, may can get out but probably need a new door shell like the new fender.
interior is ok. seat is good. headliner is very good. put a camaro rear view mirror on it with dome light.
truck is solid and dependable, doesn't smoke, and the throttle is responsive.
ready for everyday driver.
recently passed emissions testing in williamson county tn couple months ago.
Engine is really really good! don't know if its been rebuilt or what. high mileage, but runs good and has lots of power.
i will work with your shipper.
pick it up today and drive it anywhere.
615-767-6885 text email or call
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