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August 25th, 2006, 08:03 PM

1999 Chevrolet K2500HD (¾ ton 4x4)
- 99,000 miles
- 5.7L (350 ci) Engine
- 4L80E Automatic Transmission (GM’s Heavy Duty unit)
- Electronic Shift Transfer Case
- Engine had routine maintenance full tune-up less than 5,000 miles ago (Spark Plugs, Cap, Rotor, Wires, fuel injection clean, serpentine belt, fuel filter)
- DEI Remote start installed by Duke’s (one of the furthest reaching at the time $500.00+)
- Oil changed every 4000-5000 miles using only Mobil 1 Synthetic 10w-30 since 31,000 miles.
- Brand new Cooper STT tires (siping performed by Discount Tire)
- Vehicle has bed rails for installation of Gooseneck or Fifth wheel hitch. Vehicle has pulled a 16ft gooseneck car trailer about 4 times its whole life. Vehicle is built to tow and has a trailer package.
- Vehicle not used as an off roader, never had any major damage from collision besides a dent on the rear bumper and a few dents/scratches.
- Vehicle has tilt, cruise, factory radio and CD player, A/C, power windows and locks (power locks need new actuators, they stick a bit when its warm out.)
- New front brakes pads (I also have a extra set of front rotors, did not need them last brake job)
- Delta Diamond plate tool box
- Vehicle has a 30 gallon fuel tank, and gets about 12/15mpg
- Vehicle has a new Dynomax muffler with built in “X” crossover, it has a nice tone but is a bit loud, muffler has dual outlets and could be ran to rear of vehicle to quiet it down. All 3”
- Nothing wrong with vehicle and nothing hidden, I’m just trying to sell it for what I owe. Purchased another vehicle because I do not need to pull a trailer anymore.
-NADA guide that most banks and credit unions use, price this vehicle’s average retail at $12,200. I am asking $9,000 since that’s what I owe.
- Any other questions can be directed to my email which is boostedzook@aol.com