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Stretch Limo Monster Truck For Sale

Posted on March 2, 2015

This week’s LimoForSale Editor’s Pick of the Week is a 2001 Ford Excursion SUV Stretch, built by Krstal, and raised and lifted to be a luxury monster mobile. The custom-built conversion has a new motor and transmission, along with new axles and 54-inch tires.

The interior includes an upgraded sound system with four 12-inch subs under a 42-inch flat screen TV. It has a full camera installed for security and safe driving purposes, and it has a built in GPS Navigation. It has a full bar and step-ladder for getting in and out.

Vehicle Details:

Made/Model                                                      Ford Excursion Monster Truck SUV Limo

Year                                                                       2001

Miles                                                                    10,000

Price                                                                      $140,000

Customer Capacity                                             12

Location                                                               Ravenel, S.C.

For more information about this listing go to www.LimoForSale.com.

Related Topics: custom stretches, Limoforsale.com, new vehicles, SUV limousines, unique vehicles

Comments ( 6 )
  • Paul

     | about 3 years ago

    Who cares. If y'all aren't the ones who bought it/and or put all the money into it to turn it into even more of a [email protected]@zz beast than it was stock, NOR ARE YOU SELLING OR YET EVEN GONNA BUY IT!!!! WHY DO YOU GIVE TWO F*©KZ!?!? CAN YA SAY "JEALOUS"!?!? ROFLMMFAO😱😨

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