Please be aware of BigIron's and. Cash or certified check required for purchase. Please keep your question specific to the actual item or details of the auction. If using a 3rd-Party agent for removal, buyer must provide agent with a copy of their Buyer's Certificate. Our sister station has a twin to it and no problems to report there either. Old Inters were a bit notorious for clutches, tailshafts and diffs. Dump works like new; cylinder has minor oil leak.
I bought a 95 Chevy 1-ton, 350 gas, automatic. The auto can smooth out a lot of driveline shock and they becoming more and more popular. The Wire Transfer must be completed within 5 days unless otherwise specified below. The current buyers fee will always be shown on the page of the listing under the current price in both the bid area and auction details area. Everything is Sold 'As Is, Where Is. Some had a good run and some had terrible service.
There are a couple small holes in the drivers side rocker panel and in the passenger floor board. Inspection is by appointment only. I get the sense that the thing was not well taken care of. The Allisons are good autos, but they are spendy to rebuild. There is some rust on the cab. This vehicle was operational when it was removed from service in July 2014.
I know it's comparing apples to oranges as far as the specific trucks go, but as others have said, as a general rule, ex-municipal trucks are beat to heck and back. The book states all trucks must have current safety inspection. Any claim for mis-description must be made prior to removal of the property. You are legally obligated to pay for your item per the terms of the seller if you are the high bidder at the close of auction. It will need a new battery and needs to be towed. Brakes have very few miles on them.
I want it off the yard! Just like different citys around here that passed no cell phone while driving. . All trucks taken on tests require safety inspection but this truck doesnt need one according to the law to. See below for an example. Thank you for visiting HeavyEquipmentForums.
I swear that transmission is like a big sponge, and just soaks up the power from the engine. Like the others said salt can be bad but that you can check out for rust easily. Most municipalities probally keep log books on these units, ask them if you could have a look at it, as it will give you a better idea as to the servicing of this truck etc. Please call the contact person listed in the description to schedule an inspection or for questions. Since all 13 of our trucks have an Allison, it's not a big deal for me.
Don't miss out on this one. I just tow a Bobcat S175, and the thing is a dog on the hills, which we have plenty of here in Western Pa. If the truck and price is right for you I would more base my decision on wether you could talk to whoever serviced or drove the truck. I've agonized over this thing since the day after I bought it. The fact that it was a plow truck makes matters even worse. Exterior: The body color is white and blue and has mold on the cab. As far as the automatic for towing, I'll never do that again either.
Give the truck a thorough inspection and see if it is sound. Tool box and vinyl interior. My point is the dmv is mass confusion and sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo many laws for so many different states they really should make it uniform. The more members that join, the bigger resource for all to enjoy. Do not include personal information you wouldn't want everyone to know.