2003 F150 Triton V8 4x4 in Reno, NV - The Horse Forum
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2003 F150 Triton V8 4x4 in Reno, NV

I have decided to sell my truck. With all the driving I do it is no very economical for me to keep this truck. Not too mention it is very unrealistic for me since I am working a PT min wage job AND on top of it all, I have a minor surgery coming up and I need some money to at least make a dent in the total if not pay it all off.

So about the truck:
200,000 primarily highway miles
AC/Heater Works
Power Windows/Lock Works
Tow Package (with hitch)
Tinted Windows
New Front Brakes
Cruise Control
Steering Wheel Tilt
Adjustable pedals (my favorite)
Seats 6
Pretty Clean
Recently Smogged & passed
Has matching snug top

It will need tires in the spring depending on how much you drive. It is an excellent, very reliable truck. I would be keeping it if I weren't in a bind right now. My loss your gain.

$6,500. I may consider a trade + cash. Please PM me for a phone number.
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