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  • 2005 GMC C7500= - 111,353 miles

    Price: $24,900.00

    Description: 2005 GMC C7500; DURAMAX 6 CYL DIESEL (250 HP); 7 SP; POWER STEERING; AIR BRAKES; AIR CONDITIONING; 33K GVW (12K FRONT, 21K REAR). 24' WOOD FLATBED W/ 42'' STAKE SIDES.More Information

    At Opdyke Inc, Hatfield, PA
  • 2001 GMC C8500 - 58,766 miles

    Price: $24,900.00

    Description: FRONT AXLE: 14600; REAR AXLE: 22000 (6.50R); THIS IS A STRONG DEPENDABLE SNOW PLOW TRUCK.More Information

    At Vander Haags Inc, Council Bluffs, IA
  • 2001 GMC C8500 - 66,410 miles

    Price: $24,900.00

    Description: FRONT AXLE: 14600; REAR AXLE: 22000 (6.50R); THIS IS A GREAT PLOW TRUCK IN GOOD CONDITION.More Information

    At Vander Haags Inc, Council Bluffs, IA
  • 2001 GMC C8500 - 61,008 miles

    Price: $24,900.00

    Description: FRONT AXLE: 14600; REAR AXLE: 22000 (6.50R); THIS IS A GOOD WORKING SNOW PLOW TRUCK THAT IS READY TO WORK.More Information

    At Vander Haags Inc, Council Bluffs, IA
  • 2005 GMC TOPKICK C7500 - 111,353 miles

    Price: $24,900.00

    Description: 2005 GMC C7500; DURAMAX 6 CYL DIESEL (250 HP); 7 SP; POWER STEERING; AIR BRAKES; AIR CONDITIONING; 33K GVW (12K FRONT, 21K REAR). 24' WOOD FLATBED W/ 42'' STAKE SIDES.More Information

    At Opdyke Inc, Hatfield, PA

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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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