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  • 2005 Ford 350 - 686,000 miles

    Price: $5,450.00

    Description: 2005 Ford 350, 14 Passenger Handicap accessible Bus, 186K Miles, Automatic Transmission, 6.8 Litre V10 Gas EngineMore Information

    At Douglass Equipment, Lake Butler, FL
  • 2005 Ford F550

    Price: $17,900.00

    Description: 3200 lb crane. 4x4 crew cabMore Information

    At Chambers Motor Co., Boring, OR
  • 2005 Ford F650 - 140,820 miles

    Price: $49,500.00

    Description: 2005 FORD F650 SD; CUMMINS 5.9L 6 CYL DIESEL (230 HP); ALLISON 5 SP AUTO; POWER STEERING; POWER BRAKES; AIR CONDITIONING; TIRES: 10R22.5; ALUMINUM WHEELS; 26K GVW (8,500 FRONT, 17,500 REAR). 2003 FASSI F80A.23 KNUCKLEBOOM; 4 TON; PICKS 7,937 LB AT 6'7'' SIDE REACH; PICKS 1,102 LB AT 35'9'' MAX SIDE REACH; 3 HYD EXT ON OUTER BOOM + 1 PULLOUT; REAR MOUNT UNIT; 2 PULLOUT OUTRIGGERS; 17' ALUMINUM FLATBED + 3' BED BEHIND CRANE; CAB PROTECTOR. UNDER CDLMore Information

    At Opdyke Inc, Hatfield, PA
  • 2005 Ford F650= - 188,422 miles

    Price: $59,500.00

    Description: PICKS 2,650 LB AT 20'9'' MAX SIDE REACH; 22' HOOK HT; 3 SECTION HYD BOOM; RADIO REMOTE CONTROLS; ANTI TWO BLOCK; 2 OUTRIGGERS; HYD DRIVE AIR COMP; 1 HOSE REEL; 11' UTILITY BODY.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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