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1995 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition on 2040-cars

Year:1995 Mileage:127800 Color: as can be seen in the pictures
Location:

Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, United States

Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, United States

Up for auction is a 1995 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition. This is a very clean truck with just under 128,000 miles (127,800). For a 1995, you're not going to find many in this good of condition. It has an excellent running 5.8 L V8 engine and uses no oil. There's very few interior tears and a couple chips and scratches on the exterior as can be seen in the pictures. It has a Pioneer stereo deck in there with Sony XPlodes in the door and Pioneer speakers in the back. Fairly new tires and a kickin ride. Overall its a truly excellent truck that runs very very well. Vehicle is available for local pick-up only. $200 deposit through Paypal within 48 hours and cash or cashiers check required at time of pickup. Please feel free to ask any questions or for anything else! Good luck and happy bidding!

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