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2001 Dodge Ram 2500 Quad Cab, 4x4 Cummind Diesel, long box

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My personal truck for past 5 months, 5 speed NV4500 manual transmission, 5.9l Cummins Turbodiesel, 4x4, long box, 136,000 miles (all highway and interstate).

It was involved ina small accident, everything has been replaced with NEW parts except for paint on 1 fender which needs to be finished, both airbags (2) are NOT deployed, it has a salvage title, but don't let it scare you, it's nothing to be afraid of.

Interior is great, AC, power windows, power locks, seats are very good (just a tear on driver's side, typical for these years), dash is excellent, SLT package loaded with power windows, power locks, power seats, power mirrors, towing mirrors, Rhino bed liner, plus more, BRAND NEW Bosch RV275 injectors

Truck runs great, I've been using it for past 5 months and put approx 16,000 miles, motor has a good power, clutch and transmission (rebuilt 1 month ago) are perfect, no grind, slips, noises, etc, toolbox is not included.

It does 21mpg at 70mph and 16.5mpg towing a 30ft gooseneck trailer. If you travel long distance this truck will save you a fortune in fuel costs.

Price at $ 11,500.00 firm, diesels are getting hard to find these days.

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