2004 Chevy Express G3500 12ft Box Truck, Utility Service Remote Workshop, A/c on 2040cars
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
2004 Chevy Express G3500 12ft Box Truck, Remote Workshop, Cold A/C
This vehicle is equip with a 12ft Unicell fiberglass box. The rear doors are barn style.Roof racks. In addition the box is equip
with a ladder so that the roof can be used for haul long objects like ladders and pipes.
Current PA state inspection.All gauges and lights work. No check engine or service lights. This vehicle was cleaned and checked prior to listing it on Ebay.
The 6.0L Vortec engine runs strong. The automatic transmission shifts smooth through all gears.
The brakes are all in great condition. Front tires have 50% tread remaining and the rear tires have 60%.
The suspension and steering are tight. The vehicle track strait. No pulling or wheel vibration.
Clean and Clear Title. VIN:1GBHG31UX41175913
Inside the van is clean. The interior is in good condition. The A/C work great! Heater blows hot.
The cargo area is well equip with shelves, bins and working benches.
In addition there is a access door to the cargo box. The driver seat has some normal wear from over the years.
Exterior is presentable and clean. The van has shiny white paint. The paint is clear of any vinyl lettering and glue.
Outside the vehicle has no rust. The box is in great condition. No major scratches on the vehicle.
Overall the Van is in great condition and it can be driven long distance with confidence.
If you have any more questions you are welcome to ask. We would gladly arrange to pick you up
from airport or for the car to be shipped to your location. We also accept PayPal.
We have a history of very pleasant transactions. Our feedback is 100% Positive.
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Terms of Sale:
The vehicle is sold AS IS unless written contract between seller and buyer states otherwise! Buyer should contact me within 24 hours of action close.
ll show some wear (small blemishes and unperfections). You are free to see and inspect the vehicle prior to buying it from Ebay
We reserve the right to end the listing earlier if the vehicle is no longer available for sale. The deposit must be send within 4 days(NON Refundable). The title will be release ONLY when all funds are received and have cleared. No warranty. This is a used vehicle and it wi
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