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2000 Dodge Dakota SLT $7,000 OBO

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Currently has 84,000 miles as of 5-29-07

-3.9L v6 Extended cab 2WD

Just bought this baby at Friendly Ford in Anoka two years ago with 70,xxx miles on it. I'm going off to college with my bike as transportation so I have no use for this guy anymore frown.gif Very Clean stock truck inside and out. Non smoker. Power Everything, Sliding rear window, Tonea Cover, Cloth Interior, Cruise, Bed cover, quiet dual exhuast, mpg/time/trip/temp display. I obtain records for every oil change during my possesion. I get 19mpg on highways and 16mpg city use. Runs like a champ and looks like one too. I'm open to offers.


-Serp belt

-Fan Clutch (installed by Dodge Dealer)

-Throttle control Sensor unit (installed by Dodge


-Premium Spark plugs

-Sony Xplod Radio and all around speakers with 10"

subwoffer installed by Best buy


Contact Tim @ with questions or intrest.

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