94 Chevy Turbo Diesel For sale

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  1. Felix Harsh

    Felix Harsh New Member

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    1994 Chevy Turbo Diesel. Blue 250+k miles great truck was well cared for. Used it for my sign shop. Getting a van and no longer need it.
    Has the HD tow package that I never needed! tomy lift that works great. Electronic Brake package as well.
    Would work for anyone! gets about 20mpg on hiway. Great for work as well!

    Located around Manhattan Kansas
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    List for $5000.00 selling for $3700.00
    need to sell ASAP
    785-494-2323
    Pics are here!
    http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/harshfxspl/album?.dir=/bf39re2
    fjracer@hotmail.com
     
  2. chevyguy

    chevyguy Senior Member

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    Wow thats alot of miles. Oh well good thing its a chevy huh. Good luck
     
  3. Felix Harsh

    Felix Harsh New Member

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    Yeah alot of miles! But its a Chevy Diesel. And it was cared for. It will last alot longer than a gas engine will. THe truck will fall apart before the engine will. LOL:)
     
  4. chevyguy

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    They usually outlive gas, but miles are miles. Still never hurts to try.
     
  5. mslwpk

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    I was always told a diesel was just broke in at 300k miles..lol.. nice truck anyway.I dont think you are asking to much for it. If I was closer and had the extra i would consider it.. good luck. I hope you get what you are asking for it.
     
  6. chevyguy

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    Just saying it seems a little high for what they are going for around here. As for broke in at 300K that old addage was from the older non computer non turbo diesel engines. The newer ones have so much electronics on them that stuff just wears out. Not the engine itself, but all the accessories. And they just keep engineering more and more electronics to go on them. Simnple is better in my mind. I am steering clear of the newer diesels, My friend has a new powerjoke ford and lt spends more time in the shop than on the road. He has to keep a spare electronic box in his gloveebox for when his goes out. Wow sorry off track. Good luck with the sale.
     

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