If you love lifted trucks then it makes sense that at some point you are going to want to buy one. So where do you find lifted trucks for sale? You could look in your usual places like the local classifieds or ebay. But there is a better place to find used lifted trucks. It’s the same place that you can buy almost anything used within driving distance. Craigslist.
I never really gave craigslist much thought when look for an automobile. I’ve bought and sold couches and musical instruments and things like that, so it’s only natural that it would be a good place to sell or buy your car but for some reason it slipped my mind for the longest time. That’s all changed now. Let’s take a look at what the Kansas City area currently has to offer.
I searched the Kansas City area for lifted 4×4 trucks for sale and this was the first one that came up. It’s a custom 1999 Silverado 4×4 with 159,000 miles on it. The description says that it runs and drives great, tracks straight at 70 miles an hour, can pull anything you want and that $15000 was put into the truck. It can all be yours for the low, low price of $8000. Doesn’t sound like too bad of a deal, especially when he throws in that he might be willing to knock off a few bucks if you want to trade him some firearms. You’ve got to love Kansas.
The next lifted truck for sale is a real gem so you’ll have to act fast. You can own this little piece of Americana for $7000.
The pictures are a little blury, so if you can’t read the back it says, “Proud To Be American.” It’s a 1977 Chevy Scottsdale that the owner claims used to be a show and parade truck and has been on the news 48 times for charity and parades! He claims it’s famous. Maybe if you buy it you can be famous as well. But that might not be a good thing. The owner goes on to say that he has put a new engine in it but starting it is a little “rigged” because it has been stolen twice and the steering column is a bit cut up. My question is: Who thought they could get away with stealing this thing? Where were they going to hide it? It doesn’t exactly blend in with other cars on the road.