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  • 2011 International 4300 - 185,000 miles

    Price: $36,000.00

    Description: 2011 International 4300 DT466. 168K miles, Cruise, AIR, Radio, Cruise, Air Drivers Seat, Allison Auto, Seating for 3, 26 Fooot Aluminum Body ----ETRack, Wood Slats, and a 2500 Tuck Under Lift Gate. Truck gets a Fresh PM, Trans Svc, Lift Gate Svc, and fresh DOT. FREE 30 Day / 3000 Mile Warranty. FREE 7 Day 1000 Mile Buy Back. Extended Warranty Available. Financing Available. Fleet Maintained. Buy with CONFIDENCE. Please call Eric Collins. 615 642 0614More Information

    At Enterprise Commercial Trucks, Franklin, TN
  • 2011 International 4300DT - 176,475 miles

    Price: $38,460.00

    Description: Clean, Fleet Maintained 2010 International 4300 with a 26' Box and Aluminum GPT Liftgate with cartstop. This 2010 has only 176 thousand miles. Truck is equipped with DT466 Engine, Auto Transmission, Cruise, AM/FM Stereo, Air Ride Seat and A/C. Box is equipped with wood slats and E-Track and liftgate has a load capacity of 2500 lbs. Please email Jeff Palmer at Jeffrey.h.palmer@erac.com with any questions regarding this vehicle. Truck has gone through 90 point mechanical inspection prior to s...More Information

    At Enterprise Commercial Trucks, Franklin, TN

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