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For Sale: 2007 Manitex SC62 on 2007 Ford F750 Low mileage

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                                 2007 Manitex SC62 on 2007 Ford F750

 

Dave 217-254-0029

2 man bucket with remote controls

Bucket jib w/500lb. capacity

Torch and welding cables at bucket

120v receptacle at bucket

Tube box behind cab

Torch and hose utility box

2- under bed storage and tool boxes

2007 Ford F750 with Cummins engine (98,800 miles)

2017: New Transmission (Allison automatic) w/warranty

2017: New main pump on Crane.

2017: New Rear end and Brakes

Jan. 2018: New water pump

Numerous other repairs documented, a number of hoses replaced.

Complete service file

Call Dave 217-254-0029

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What is the price?

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On 6/5/2018 at 5:44 AM, bman said:

What is the price?

95,000.00

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Nice looking truck! 

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On 6/7/2018 at 5:15 PM, imanut said:

Nice looking truck! 

Thanks Gary!

 

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On 6/7/2018 at 5:15 PM, imanut said:

Nice looking truck! 

Thanks Gary!

 

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Dave Is this truck still available?

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On 1/16/2019 at 7:05 AM, Bruce A said:

Dave Is this truck still available?

Bruce,

It is still available. I put it back in service shortly after I advertised it because we got very busy. But things are back to normal; and I have bought another nree truck also. I have lowered the price to 73,000.00. It's still in the same shape with maybe an additional 1,000 mi8les on it.

Dave 217-254-0029

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Truck is back on the market at $73,000.00!

 

Call Dave at 217-254-0029

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Dave, how bout you drive it another 4k miles for me.  At 22k less per thousand miles, you could pay me to drive it away?  Can't believe you still have it. 

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On 2/14/2019 at 12:19 PM, imanut said:

Dave, how bout you drive it another 4k miles for me.  At 22k less per thousand miles, you could pay me to drive it away?  Can't believe you still have it. 

Gary, Hahaha... Heck of a deal eh..... It was probably a little over priced at 95,000.00. Had a number of calls but nobody showed me the money.  I think at 73,000.00 it's much more enticing. I know there are people out there looking, it's just getting it in front of them. December and April seems to be the best month to sell equipment. End of year planning and a busy looking summer in April for folks.  

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I can't believe you still have it either.  Spent about 5 years and got spoiled on an exact duplicate of this truck.  Wish I had the extra cash laying around or you already would have watched me drive off with it Dave.  Playing extra numbers to get it though.  Hope you still have it if I hit.  

 

 

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38 minutes ago, Mad Scientist said:

I can't believe you still have it either.  Spent about 5 years and got spoiled on an exact duplicate of this truck.  Wish I had the extra cash laying around or you already would have watched me drive off with it Dave.  Playing extra numbers to get it though.  Hope you still have it if I hit.  

 

 

Don't hit it too big or the last thing you will be thinking about is staying in the sign business.... 🙂

 

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That is some genuine sign wisdom Dave and you're absolutely right.   Thing is we already made the move to Florida years ago to set up shop for retirement, already did all the traveling we need to do.  I would be bored if I just sat around like most of the retirees that move down here with nothing to do but wait.  Thing is that we enjoy the creativity signs provide along with the wow factor on some projects, don't do nationals.  If you have hydraulics and the proper platform you can easily stay in signs way past retirement, if I do hit the numbers the boat would get bigger.  

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what does this weight empty? whats the gvw?

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Sorry but I just sold this unit last week. I still have a 2007 18 ton Terex crane for sale if you need one.

Dave

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ok thanks

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