View Full Version : 2006 Ford LCF Dump Truck

07-23-2007, 09:46 PM
Company is going to a uniformed vehicle color. Must sell dump truck due to being wrong color. We were in a bine and had to buy the dump on a moments notice after our white one was totalled.

2006 Ford LCF Chassis
3.5 Twin Turbo
Automatic transmission w/tow haul
13,000 miles
Oil changed every 3,000 miles
15' Dump bed with 3' sides hydraulic. Composite florring and sides.

The truck is in great shape. The bed is in good shape as well. It has some scratches and dents on the dump bed but that is to be expected. The exterior of the chassis is flawless. Color is red with teh chrome package. All tires are in great shape with one being new. Windows and locks are manual. We love the truck and we have ordered a new white one with same dump bed which should be finished within 2 weeks. Looking to sell ASAP. The truck pulls and will haul anything. It will carry 15 yds of mulch with room to spare.

Asking $34,000

MAke an offer. Need to sell within 2-3 weeks. If no interest here it will go on Ebay.

PM or call me at 317-557-5001 if you have any questions.

Freshcut Lawn Care
07-23-2007, 10:01 PM
Pictures Please!


07-23-2007, 10:10 PM
I'll clean everything up tomorrow and post pictures. Engine is 4.5 twin turbo by the way.

07-26-2007, 05:46 PM
Didnt have time to clean it up. It is a dump truck guys. Here are some pics.


07-26-2007, 06:05 PM
nice truck! i would love to buy it but thats kinda pricey, i think your story is a big load of bs!! why would you not take it to a maaco paint shop or any other body shop for that matter and have them paint it white, seriously you would never know it was red to start. cost you about $800-$1000 from maaco or about $2000 from any one else, and you would have it back in two or three days . doesn't this seem like a brighter idea then buying a new truck?

07-26-2007, 11:53 PM

Thank you for your wisdom. I will let you know when I want to hear it again. There are several reasons I do not want to paint the truck. First, I do not want to paint a brand new truck. It would kill the resale value.
Secondly, I wouldnt send my worst enemy to Maaco. Thirdly, I would lose as much money as I paid to paint it while its in the shop not working. Fourthly, we got a good deal on a leftover white chassis that we are putting our bed from the totalled truck on. I need a dump truck when my last one was totalled. To get a truck and send it off to get the bed placed would take 4-6 weeks. Time which I didnt have during the busiest part of the season. That is why we purchased this truck. Nothing wrong with the truck. No wrecks and in great shape. Just not what we need. Thanks for the wisdom though.:hammerhead: