Listen, if you are looking for used pick up trucks for sale you might as well look for something that you are truly going to enjoy. Life is too short to ride low, that’s why I recommend you sit up high, where the action is. And the action, my friend, is with lifted trucks. They are more fun, get more attention, and are more versatile than a standard truck.
All of these reasons are why I’m featuring three pickup trucks for sale across this great United States. We are going to start in New York, head down south and then hop all of the way to sunny California. How’s that for geographic representation? We also cover three different manufacturers so let’s get right to it.
Our first pick up truck for sale is this big and bright 1996 Dodge 2500 located in Binghamton, New York. This truck isn’t for the faint of heart. The suspension has been lifted fourteen inches and is teamed with thirty-eight inch tires. Get out the stepping stool for this one. You may be concerned with parking such a monster but let me wash over your concerns like an awesome wave by telling you this truck has a backup camera. It also has a 360 V8 engine, dual exhaust, and remote start. Not bad for a 1996.
The second installment of our used pickup trucks for sale is a 1999 Ford F150 located in Valdosta, Georgia. The rims are twenty inches and the tires are thirty-seven inches. The owner wants $6300 or a trade for a 99 or newer Mustang.
I don’t know how likely a trade is but I do know that I love this picture. Parking a truck this size in a handicap zone is both comical and wrong. If I ever came upon a truck this size parked in a handicap zone I would cherish every second as I had it towed away. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that a handicap person couldn’t drive a truck this size. The fall from the cab to the ground is probably how they broke their leg in the first place.
The last of today’s pick up trucks for sale is this lifted Nissan Frontier located in Southern California where they say it never rains. It has been lifted six inches on a custom suspension and features a chrome Billet grill. I don’t know the year on this truck but it looks fairly new and only has 60,000 miles on it. The owner claims to have invested $30,000 into this truck. I’m wondering if that includes the initial cost or just the upgrades. If it’s just the upgrades, I’m afraid he has a big loss on his hands.