Originally Posted by Ethan51
I would pass on it. Look around for an NPR or the like, they are going to be MUCH more worth your time. Would be a good find if you were going to be staying in town, but that thing is going to get MAX 8 mpg on the highway, and at that rate your tanks will be empty when you get to the job site. Just my 2 cents!
I too want a box truck and I thought I wanted one like that as well till I realized how much trouble it was to work on the engine.I going with Npr or the like.Flip cabs are easier to get to the engine especially if you need to swap a motor.
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