The auction is over and nobody won because the guy selling the truck is out of his mind. Ended at 21,600 and the reserve was not met! I'm curious what the reserve was?
That truck is like new, but not worth 21k. At least to me its not worth it. 10k yes, 12k would be the limit I think.
2004 2500HD LT 8.1/Allison ECSB Black (no rust yet) Tuned by Black Bear 296HP/381TQ <--@ the wheels
Boss 8.2 Poly
Toilet paper (cause nothings open at 3am) I push snow to the limit, then I get stuck.
Considering those trucks are becoming as rare as well, a rust free OBS chevy.... Seriously though they are really hard to find even in halfway decent shape. The ones that have been saved from rust are getting plain worn out. you can undercoat it, replace parts, keep it clean and maintain it as much as you want, but they just wear out after a while. These trucks in half ton form havent been made in 14 years, and they arent gonna be like trucks from the 50s, 60s and 70s where they were actually made to last forever and you can find one 60 years later in a field or a barn and its still viable. You're not gonna find one of these down the road. If you really like these trucks and thats what you want, then its worth what they are asking.
2006 Chevy 2500 6.0
Boss 9'2" V-blade
Drift Buster 7' Back Blade
1999 Chevy K2500 454 EZ-Dumper
Boss Standard Duty Poly 7'6" Straight Blade
1992 Chevy K2500 350
Boss 7'6" Standard Duty Straight Blade
My Buddy paid $6,000 last Summer for his 1996 GMC reg. cab short box with 60,000 miles. It was a loaded truck with electric windows, locks, and 4wd. It also came with after market wheels, good rubber, and professionally tinted windows. I thought that was a pretty decent price.
2010 Volvo Wheeler D13 375hp 11' Plow & Wing Hopper Spreader - Maine DOT Truck
2010 Toyota Tundra 4.6L Double Cab 6.5' Bed 7.5' Fisher - Dad's Truck
2002 Chevrolet 1500 4.8L Reg. Cab 8' Bed 7.5' Fisher - My Truck
2004 Arctic Cat 500 4x4 60" Plow
1978 Allis-Chalmers 5050 50HP Tractor with Bucket Loader