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bucket truck price

Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by BROWNDOG, Mar 29, 2019.

  1. BROWNDOG

    BROWNDOG Premium Subscriber

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    my auctioneer customer has an auction coming up (tomorrow) with a bucket truck, its a 2000 gmc 3500 with testla 42' bucket, i currently have a 91 gmc with 35' altec, only paid 5000 for it but after 5 yrs ended up putting a jasper engine it,

    where can i find a reliable price on the 2000 gmc, cant seem to find one similar for sale anywhere, and kbb and edmonds dont include the bucket etc?
     
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  2. equippaint

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    7k ballpark if it's in decent condition. Stay away from the 6.5 diesel.
     
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  3. netsol

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    yes, i would go $7k if i was you. i have a 91 gmc as well.
    paid $2000 for it (they said their service company said can't be fixed. i love that)
    i've been watching ebay & craigslist for 3-4 yrs.
     
  4. BROWNDOG

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    "won" the bid at $6500 paid 7 with auction fees. It's 3500sl has the 454 gasser. 41' everything's working from what I can see. Only has 39000 miles
     
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  5. equippaint

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    Good deal.... at least I was right about something this week! Post some pics when you get it all cleaned up
     
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  6. netsol

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    good deal!
    i like when an auction ends at a fair price
     
  7. Mainframe

    Mainframe Very Active Member

    post some pictures when you get a chance, sounds nice, low miles!
     
  8. Gino

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    I like happy endings.

    Mileage isn't always a big deal, it's more the hours on it that matter more. Have the whole hydraulics completely checked out, before doing anything serious.
     
  9. CalverleyDesign

    CalverleyDesign President - The Calverley Group

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    Q: I’m also looking for a good used (under CDL) bucket truck - any suggestions for auctions?

    Trace -
     
  10. Gino

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    We have that engine and put a delete kit in and it's wonderful, now.
     
  11. equippaint

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    Maybe 6.6 duramax? About the only thing to delete on the 6.5 is the whole thing unless I missed something
     
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