Tuesday, October 05, 2010

For Sale

This might seem like a strange blog entry but "a girls gotta do what a girls gotta do."
Those of you who have ever volunteered with us will recognize the top photo and the second one. That Chevrolet S10 ZR2 has been my "baby" for quite a few years. The ole' dependable white Ford has been Monty's for more years. The red Ford is a fairly new addition.
Now here's the situation. We were able to pick up a somewhat newer truck that can pull heavier loads than Monty's existing Ford. We do NOT need this many trucks and we DO need the finances -- times have been more than tough this past year -- as you all well know.
So . . . I am letting all of you know what we have available and if you are interested in either of them please leave your information in the form of a comment on this blog. I will get back with you asap.
Our goal is to sell 2 of the 3 shown here -- the white Ford must sell and then I will drive either the red Ford or my Chevrolet -- makes no difference to me. We just HAVE to sell 2 of them.
Here are the descriptions:
2001 Chevrolet S10 with the ZR2 package.
4 wheel drive, extended cab with jump seat in the rear
Automatic, power windows, locks and cruise control
all tires have less than 3,000 miles on them and they are the oversized tires
The full size ladder rack, tool box, bed liner, grill guard and awesome winch are included.
This truck is in excellent condition and has truly been "lady driven"
159,000 miles
1995 Ford F250 with the 7.3 Powerstroke Diesel
2 wheel drive, 5 speed
extended cab with full rear seat
new tires
long bed with both goose neck hitch and rails for 5th wheel hitch (which we will sell separately to anyone interested)
150,000 miles
1997 Ford F250 Heavy Duty
2 wheel drive, automatic
extended cab with full rear seat
long bed
power windows and locks with cruise control
this truck has never seen snow or salty roads!!!!
159,000 miles
There they are -- let us know if you, or anyone you know, is interested. They have all been maintained well and are in excellent shape.
Until next time . . . be blessed. Susan and Monty

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