Going to Charleston tomorrow to drive this truck, asking $48k, it's the correct color inside/out, with all receipts from new, 63,803 miles.
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As I have already said, it is your type of vehicle.Ye of little faith. These are the truck, they are not trendy, they are established value carriers, comfortable, fast and capable. I've been around them & in them for 15 years off and on.
The V8 does not break, leak, moan or whine, it's not a carrier of H.U.H. disease like the Land Rover product was from inception, it's not prone to warning lights,hiccups or brain farts.
If I buy this truck it will be a beautiful partner to the E-430 Sport in the garage, how nice to have 4 reliable pieces of beautiful German engineered transportation and a Discovery to keep me occupied.
That explains a lot. Your reason for recommending a 4WD is because you like closing its doors. Best reason yet for buying a 4WD.My favorite part is closing the doors.
Mercedes are the only vehicle on the road that scare me. I would certainly not drive or be a passenger in one.reliable pieces of beautiful German engineered transportation
I can see it on 44"s, an Island Cruiser on steroids, sweet. It would fit right in on the Island with all the other eclectic machinery! The kiddo's will enjoy that exclusivity.I'm thinking that as cheap as the milsurp trucks are getting, I can get a body/frame/driveline and build up a beach cruiser from there. All it needs to have inside is a wheel and seats. I'd put a new Duramax in it and uprated axles out of the new 12K truck. No doors and a canvas canopy top Probably run 40 to 44's with a wide profile. The trailer would be from the firewall back of an H-1, same tires, same top, filled door openings. I'd fill the doors and the tailgate would be a set of steps. Maybe build a roll-out roof into both sides, truck and trailer. Something to take the whole brood, coolers, strollers and so on.