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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by pattytastik, Jun 20, 2011.
I purchased that truck six year's ago with 75,000 miles for $3400.00.
Yes, it will have problems, but the problems it will have, if low mileage are simple fixes, not like the engine or tranny going out. Like the starter goin or master brake cylinder ( happened on mine..) etc, smaller stuff like that where you can go to advance and get the part and fix yourself in a few hours. Besides, your 17 so this is when you learn how to build and work on cars so it would be perfect.
"If it sounds too good to be true....................."
you guys think that this price is fair? It sounds a bit high to me.
I think it's worth about half of their asking price but good look convincing him. I'd move on.