I’m of the opinion that all trucks should be 4×4 trucks. If you don’t happen to need 4×4 capabilities then you simply don’t need or deserve a truck, buy a van instead. However, this page is completely dedicated to 4×4 trucks for sale and not just standard 4x4s either. Every 4×4 here is lifted. That’s right, all of these trucks should join the army because are being all they can be.
We’ll start with the biggest first. This 1994 GMC Sierra 1500 has been lifted a ludicrous thirty inches. The tires are 39.5 inches tall so even the tallest among us better get out the step ladder to ride in this behemoth. I feel sorry for any little critters that happen to wander into the road when this thing is barreling down it. That’s going to be one flat squirrel.
Taking into consideration that this truck is a 1994, the fact that it only has 109,000 miles on it is quite impressive. It might even be affordable. There are only 22 hours left to bid on ebay but the price has only reached $4000. As one might expect, the reserve has not yet been met and I imagine four grand is nowhere close to the reserve price. I do know this though, there aren’t many used 4×4 trucks for sale that can compare with this vehicle so if you want something huge and unique, find this baby on ebay in Orlando, Florida.
Next up is this 1985 Ford F150 4×4 for sale on Craigslist in Columbus, Ohio. The owner is looking for $2500. The tires on this truck are 39.5 inches just like the last one but the lift is only 8 inches high. A bit more reasonable than a 30 inch lift. With 140,000 miles this is another truck with low mileage for its age. And for those of you that like some noise, this truck is equipped with dual 28 inch glasspack exhaust.
The last of our lifted 4×4 trucks for sale is this very nice 2009 Chevy Silverado 2500. It’s a big truck off the factory floor. Lift it and equip it with 37 inch tires and you’ve got a monster on your hands. I weep for any minis that cross it’s path. It’s listed on ebay in Jacksonville, Florida for a hefty $39,000. Not really that high of a price for a truck with only 10,000 miles on it. Many unmodified new trucks are selling in the 40s anyway. And whats 10,000 miles? You can do that in a blink of an eye. Save yourself some cash and taxes and buy used!