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Used Chevy C4500 Offers Heavy Duty Luxury

LCT Staff
Posted on December 16, 2013

This week’s LimoForSale.com Editor’s Pick of the Week is a stretch 2005 Chevy C4500 Pickup Truck Limousine. The vehicle has 108,999 miles and is in excellent running condition. The large-scale vehicle has extending step risers to assist with egress and ingress, and the power heat and AC have been improved to keep the cabin at a comfortable temperature at all times.

The stretch limo truck has braved the cold winters of Fargo, North Dakota, and the owners have kept the vehicle in excellent condition during its run. The owners are retiring from the business and have a listing price of $49,000.

It can hold up to 22 passengers and has a 4x4 Duramax Diesel Engine with Allison Transmission that runs great. A new compressor was installed in 2011 for air suspension and the cabin features luxury amenities like LED lights, leather seating, upgraded sound, and wet bar.

Vehicle Details:

Make/Model:                        Chevy C4500 Pickup Truck Stretch

Year:                                       2005

Price:                                      $49,000

Mileage:                               108,999

Passenger Capacity:             22

Location:                               Fargo, N.D.

For more information about this listing, go to www.limoforsale.com.

Related Topics: custom stretches, Limoforsale.com, super-stretches, unique vehicles, used vehicles

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