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walksonwater

For Sale:

94 Ford F150 XLT, V8 5.0 Liter 4WD 128k miles $3300.00

Automatic, Air, All power, CD, Topper w/bed liner, 2 fuel tanks

Fair Condition as you can see from the photos.

Extra leaf spring added Jan 04 for pulling my 8’ x20’ fish house which I sold last year.

Why drop your nice 06 truck in the lake…

Please email me if you are interested.

Pictures are located at the following links:

http://solisstyle.com/ims/pic.php?u=50486Ybc7&i=68001

http://solisstyle.com/ims/pic.php?u=50486Ybc7&i=68002

http://www.solisstyle.com/ims/pic.php?u=50486Ybc7&i=68622

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http://www.solisstyle.com/ims/pic.php?u=50486Ybc7&i=68626

http://www.solisstyle.com/ims/pic.php?u=50486Ybc7&i=68627

Thanks for looking.

Randy

laurarandy@charter.net

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Valv

Randy, what's the asking price ?

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walksonwater

Valv, $3300.00, Books out somewheres over $4k.

There is some rust over the wheels.

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walksonwater

bump

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walksonwater

solid running truck that is setup to handle a heavy fishhouse.

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live_2_fish

I'd like some more pics if you have any. Thanks.

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walksonwater

I will work on getting some more pictures tomorrow and get them sent.

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walksonwater

sorry for the delay on more pictures, been a real busy week.

more links above.

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walksonwater

My new truck is in and I pick it up on Thursday, I don't want three trucks sitting in the driveway.

Somebody please make me a reasonable offer...

I just had the truck in today to have it checked out and oil changed. New tabs put on today!

It may not be the cleanest truck, but it's very reliable sitting on the ice when it's -20 deg.

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Crickschop04

E-mail sent.

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walksonwater

Too many trucks in my driveway...I want this truck gone...$2800.00!!

This is a very reliable vehicle.

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HOGEYE

Just curious, what is the mileage? Does it have the original suspension, balljoints, tranny?

Thanks.

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bgfish00

Nice Clean Rig, Any Rust, Thought I saw some on the Drivers Side. I might be interested....

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walksonwater

Hogeye,

128k miles. original suspension, balljoints and tranny.

I bought this truck in 2003 for ice fishing, added an extra leaf spring to handle pulling my big fishhouse. Trany and radiator was flushed the fall of 2004 before fishing trips.

This truck is well worth $2800.00...bottom line!!

I just had the oil changed last week and had them check all fluids.

It has it's flaws...some rust above the wheel wells.

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walksonwater

bgfish00,

there is rust above the wheel wells on both sides. it's not a show truck, it's a work horse...i.e. weekend trips to the compost site and fishing trips in the winter.

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The_Duckslayer

What does it get for gas mileage empty on the highway? Thanks././Jimbo

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walksonwater

i would guess 12 - 15mpg...pulling a big fishhouse would be a different story.

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walksonwater

Three Trucks in my driveway is too many….Any reasonable offer!

I would like to get rid of this truck!

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coyote223

if the truck is still available give me a call in the am.Thanks, Greg---cell#507-398-6939

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walksonwater

You can’t be serious MinnesotaMuskie!

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walksonwater

left voicemail greg.

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MinnesotaMuskie

I guess... I was... what is a reasonable offer???

Looking for a third vehicle...wood hauler, der cam p rig..

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walksonwater

$2800.00

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zamboni

Thats a GREAT deal- my dad sold a 95 with 175K miles on it for over $4000.

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