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Old 01-27-2010, 07:59 PM
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Default Nice used diesel trucks in Virgina

If you are looking for a very nice used diesel tow vehicle, check this place out. They always have a small inventory of very nice light trucks. Pretty enough to tow in style. When my V-10 triton wears out, this is where I am going.

http://www.handpickedtrucks.com/dies...-for-sale.html
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Nice trucks, but I would search a little. Prices seemed very high for vintage. Yes they are diesels but still high. Could they all have low miles? Sure i guess, but still I would look around.
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Yes ... nice trucks but priced very high. I looked at his 2003 F-250 crew cab. Has 194,xxx miles and priced at $19k. WOW!!
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I'm in NoVa too CD, and checked that place out when I was used truck shopping.

Most of their's are nice, but all seemed over priced AND high mileage - at least when I looked.

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Crack smoker prices for sure. I have almost the exact same truck they have right on the front page. White Ford, supercab, 4x4, diesel, mine is lariat with leather and theirs is cloth interior. Mine is an 01 and theirs is an 02. I paid like 12.4k two and half years ago, and considered it market price, and they want almost 19k now? Who knows maybe someone will pay it but it is WAY overpriced.
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Yes ... nice trucks but priced very high. I looked at his 2003 F-250 crew cab. Has 194,xxx miles and priced at $19k. WOW!!
I looked at that one too. $19K for a truck with almost 200K miles. I'd keep looking.
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I guess you folks saved me from wasting time looking at them. They seem to be in great condition. Now I know why he does not list the mileage.
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It is hard to find low miles diesel trucks. The first owners usually buy the truck becuase they have a need to use the truck, a lot. I ended up giving up on finding a low miles one and bought one with higher miles. I think mine had like 173k when I bought it and is over 200k now, but the miles were priced into it.
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I think the "standard" for buying a Ford or Dodge diesel with 150,000+ miles is in the $12-15k range assuming it has a 4x4 and extended cab of some sort and in reasonably good/great condition.
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These guys usually have nice trucks, too...

Davis Auto Sales - Richmond, VA

The link is a listing of Fords, but you can navigate through and find other brands.
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that black screw f350 is just awesome.
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