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Mack B model wrecker tow truck - $6500 (Bucks county pa

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Ready for work!, diesel!..

more pics in the ad.

I don't usually comment on these, but just want to point out that it is unusual that the guy is willing to lie in an ad with only four words. One has to wonder if it's a gas engine too... 

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I'd make it a 7 word ad  with Ran when parked.   ;)

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8 hours ago, justintocci said:

Ready for work!, diesel!..

more pics in the ad.

I don't usually comment on these, but just want to point out that it is unusual that the guy is willing to lie in an ad with only four words. One has to wonder if it's a gas engine too... 

00m0m_3kEdXxOcJ31_1200x900.jpg

With that air cleaner, it's a diesel.

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Is there a link for the ad?

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Mike Y should check it out because that is in his neighborhood.

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7 hours ago, kscarbel2 said:

With that air cleaner, it's a diesel.

& with the breather Missing it's more than likely got a Gutfull of Water .......

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If anyone needs me to look at this truck for them,it only about 45 minutes from me.

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I grew-up in a town close by and went to school in Doylestown. I also have a B61 very much like that one I tried to sell on here for $5000 that's alot better condition and runs good but no one was interested.I tried to upload pictures but it wouldn't work.

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I feel like wreckers are for specific people, and that’s probably the battle with selling one. When I see one with great tins/runs, I think about ripping the body off and making it into a tractor. I’m just not a wrecker/dump truck guy. 

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sure wish i had a real roadworthy one sitting here now  i have a dead one in fla. to recover

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On 11/30/2018 at 9:12 PM, wingman said:

I grew-up in a town close by and went to school in Doylestown. I also have a B61 very much like that one I tried to sell on here for $5000 that's alot better condition and runs good but no one was interested.imageproxy.php?img=&key=a8b8d98f5855eef7I tried to upload pictures but it wouldn't work.

I use a PC to post ads. There should be a paper clip at the bottom of every post you write. Try dragging a photo from your desktop to that paperclip, it should load the photo and allow you to post it.

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Carlotpilot, I thought you had the MH rollback?

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On 12/5/2018 at 1:35 PM, wingman said:

Carlotpilot, I thought you had the MH rollback?

I do but what  i have to go get is to big for it  32 ft long 13.5  high box truck

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On 12/2/2018 at 4:22 PM, 1977vega said:

I feel like wreckers are for specific people, and that’s probably the battle with selling one. When I see one with great tins/runs, I think about ripping the body off and making it into a tractor. I’m just not a wrecker/dump truck guy. 

Oh if I ever found a nice outrigger style wrecker like this one in an e-series cabover I'd make it my daily driver in a second. I think they look cool. 

I work just down the road and with my kids I'll get use out of it soon enough.

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