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I Like Tater Tots
Plumber since 1979. 42 years and still rollin'
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I found a hackney truck that will get me out of this damn cargo van. Should allow me to keep all my drain cleaning drum machines, sewer camera and all my plumbing tools and supplies and still have room to work out of without unloading half of it to put a water heater on there. And yes I will stock a 50 gallon gas and electric on there at all times Terry. 馃槀
Needs a little TLC and a wrap and we鈥檒l be rolling. 2012 Isuzu diesel w/ 120,000 on the clock. Find anything around here is crazy right now. Local Ford dealer has a new transit van with a $10,000 market adjustment on the sticker. I refuse to pay that.
A new Hackney box on an Isuzu truck is north of 90 grand right now.
I鈥檒l take this $10,000 truck and put another $7-8K in it for new tires, wheels, brakes and a wrap and roll.

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That's the way to roll, these city slickers just don't understand!
 

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rolling billboard dude. I like how ford ceo came out and layed down the law as far as Evs go. gonna cost each dealer around 1.2 million to be a "certified" EV dealer. Maybe thats also why the ADMs have been so ridiculous.
 

I Like Tater Tots
Plumber since 1979. 42 years and still rollin'
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The supply house I use has a few trucks like that to run deliveries in.

That鈥檚 a good price even if you have to rebuild it.
I plan on keeping the popular supply house items on the truck. Daytime supply runs cost more than fuel and wear and tear in my neighborhood. I work in the big city and the rural surrounding areas. When in the outskirts supply runs get expensive. Works for me.
 

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that looks like real a nice truck for the money you paid........
Throw some extra leafs under it and you are good to go..

My only suggestion would be to have the deizel motor and
system looked over and serviced before final takeoff......
 
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