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Surplus Lifted 1999 1ton Crew Cab 4x4 Flatbed Work Truck on 2040-cars

Year:1999 Mileage:133856

Tillamook, Oregon, United States

Tillamook, Oregon, United States

Tillamook People's Utility District Surplus Lifted 1999 GMC Sierra 3500 Crew Cab 4x4 with custom shop built galvanized flatbed.  Flatbed is 108" long x 78" wide.  Flatbed has a tongue and groove wood deck with two underbelly boxes and rear possum belly bin.   It has a 4" Rancho suspension lift and oversize tires.  Firestone air bags on rear suspension.  Has a Warn Transformer package on front bumper for a winch.  Winch is NOT included.  Pickup starts, runs and drives and has been well fleet maintained with all maintenance records available for viewing (onsite only).  Truck was in active electric utility fleet use until recently replaced with brand new truck.  May have scratches, scuffs and dings throughout associated with active fleet use.  May have holes in dash and floor from radio and misc. equipment.  There is an antenna in the roof.  The wood deck has some rot in it and may need replaced.  It has an intermittent multi-function switch issue and may need replaced.  Paint is peeling from roof and passenger rear door.  The seat has a little blemish in it (see pictures).  Rear seat has been removed and does not come with truck.  Tires are in good condition.  All known defects have been listed but more may exist.  Pre- bid inspection is recommended. 

 Successful bidder will be required to fill out a "Notice of Sale or Transfer of a Vehicle" form from the Oregon DMV and a bill of sale.  Vehicle will be sold without plates and successful bidder is responsible to supply their own trip permit at bidders expense.  The Tillamook PUD will accept cash, check, money orders, Visa or Mastercard for payment.  Maximum credit card payment of $5000 and any amount over must be paid by one of the other methods.  Vehicle and title will not be released until funds are verified and secured and all paperwork is filled out.  Successful bidder will be required to pay a $ 500 non-refundable deposit within three business days after close of auction or vehicle will be re-listed.  Vehicle will need to be paid in full and removed from the Tillamook PUD no later than ten business days after close of auction or vehicle will be re-listed unless prior arrangements have been made in writing.  Vehicles that have been paid for and not removed from the PUD will be considered abandoned, money will not be refunded, and will be re-listed after ten business days as well unless prior arrangements have been made in writing.  Any and all shipping and related fees are the sole responsibility of the buyer and not the Tillamook PUD.  Title will be released at time of vehicle removal only.


The buyer acknowledges the above described vehicle is offered in "as is" condition and is purchased and accepted without any warranty or guaranty given or implied, including the implied warranty of merchantability and the implied warranty of fitness.


Buyer assumes all liability from the possession, use or disposition of the vehicle on and after the date of purchase.  Buyer agrees to release, waive all rights against, indemnify and hold Tillamook PUD harmless from any such liability.


The entire risk as to the quality and performance of the vehicle is assumed by the buyer and if the vehicle proves defective after purchase, the buyer and not the Tillamook PUD assumes the entire cost of all necessary servicing or repair.





CONTACT:  David Paladeni
PHONE #503-842-2538 (9:00am 4:00pm Tues. thru Fri.)

OFFICE:  1115 Pacific Ave

CITY:  Tillamook
ZIPCODE:  97141





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