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2001 Dodge Ram 2500 Cummins diesel, 2wd repairable

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2001 Dodge Ram 2500, 2wd, Quad Cab, long box, 246,000 miles, 24valves Cummins, NV5600 6 speed manual transmission.

Truck was involved in an accident, it has front damage but nothing serious, airbags aren't even blown.

It has gooseneck setup already, interior is great, AC, power windows, cruise, mag wheels.

Truck runs and drives great, but radiator is busted, it can be run for few minutes only when cold, there's very simple body repair to do, frame is not bent, logos are stickers (not painted) they can be removed with a heat gun very easily, I estimate with $ 1,500 you will get it fixed like new.

Price at $ 5000 firm, I need to sell it but I won't part it out.

If you are looking for a cheap towing rig, THIS IS IT, this truck will do 21mpg empty and 18mpg towing anything.

Cummins engines are rated 350,00 miles from factory...

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