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Trucks for sale in florida (flat bed)

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  • 2014 Ford F550 - 14,659 miles

    Price: $49,599.00

    Description: Clean, Fleet Maintained 2014 F550 with a 16' Flatbed and tuckunder liftgate. Truck is equipped with Auto Transmission, Cruise Control, AM/FM Stereo, A/C, Dual Alternators, and upgraded Payload Plus Package. Flatbed has removable stakes, slide straps and Walco Liftgate with 50 platform. All Factory warranties transfer over to the next buyer. Please Contact Brett.L.Miller@ehi.com with any questions regarding this unit.More Information

    At Enterprise Commercial Trucks, Orlando, FL
  • 2008 Ford F650

    Price: $46,500.00

    Description: 2008 Ford F650 Super Duty, ISB 325 Cummins Engine, Allison 6 Speed Automatic Transmission, PS/AC/Cruise, 164,000 Miles, ***Air Brakes*** Good Tires And Brakes, Sold New for $82,000More Information

    At Douglass Equipment, Lake Butler, FL
  • 2008 Ford F550 SD

    Price: Call!

    Description: 2008 Ford F550 Super Duty, 16ft steel flatbed with removable stake sides with panel clips & locks, cold a/c, power steering, am/fm, super clean, runs good, shifts good, looks good.More Information

    At Raney Truck Sales, Ocala, FL

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Kevin Jones has an enthusiastic fascination with the supply chain. As editor of American Trucker, he focuses on the critical role owner-ops and small fleets play in the economy, both local and global. And he plays with big trucks.

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