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Dealer in NC has this Barth listed on ebay and dealer sight.

Freightliner diesel with 6,400 mls.
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Price is through the roof! Eeker
 
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Freight liner?
I am looking at CUMMINS 5.9 on the page linked. Thought FL chassis would have FL engine.
 
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Don't believe Freightliner ever had an engine.




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Where do these dealers get these prices? 50k seems really steep even if I were using for a hearing lab. By the time you convert it you'd be way over what you'd pay for one already set up as an RV. BTW how long is this thing? I didn't see that mentioned.


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The vin decoder I use shows the following for VIN#: 4UZABFAD2TC743020

Manufacturer: Freightliner Custom Chassis
Make: Freightliner Chassis
Model Year: 1996
Model: MB-Chassis
Engine Manufacturer: Cummins
Engine Series: ISB
Engine Capacity: B5.9 - L6, 5.9L (359 CID)
Fuel Type: Diesel
Vehicle Type: Incomplete Vehicle
Chassis: 4 x 2
Drive Line Type: Forward Front Axle
Brake System: Hydraulic
GVWR Class: 16,001 - 19,500LBS
Country: United States
Assy. Plant: Gaffney, SC


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Sorry about the confusion regarding the engine. My bad. Freightliner Chassis with diesel engine Ooops.


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Where do these dealers get these prices? 50k seems really steep even if I were using for a hearing lab. By the time you convert it you'd be way over what you'd pay for one already set up as an RV. BTW how long is this thing? I didn't see that mentioned.
Must be the new paint


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I CONTACTED AND THE LENGTH IS 26FT.CRAZY PRICE BUT I WOULD BUY FOR 20K.CHEERS.
 
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I CONTACTED AND THE LENGTH IS 26FT.CRAZY PRICE BUT I WOULD BUY FOR 20K.CHEERS.
I wonder if you got the same lecture I did when I told the sales person I talked with that my offer would be in the 20K range for the vehicle.


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I wonder if you got the same lecture I did when I told the sales person I talked with that my offer would be in the 20K range for the vehicle.
I thought the salesman was condescending and rude. He didn't want to do anything more than talk you to death on the phone. All he wanted to know was if you had the money to close the deal and how soon you would be willing to come look at it.


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L-10 Cummins
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I wonder if you got the same lecture I did when I told the sales person I talked with that my offer would be in the 20K range for the vehicle.
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Originally posted by Bill N.Y.:I thought the salesman was condescending and rude. He didn't want to do anything more than talk you to death on the phone. All he wanted to know was if you had the money to close the deal and how soon you would be willing to come look at it.
I think they are hoping some Govt. agency with a lot of tax money to spend, and needs a mobile hearing test lab, will come along and gladley over pay for the vehicle.


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I was told in no uncertain terms that "The people who own this dealership are not interested in offers, and are willing to hold on to this vehicle untill some one purchases it at the asking price".

From what I know about automobile dealers, they will wholesale it off before to long if some one doesn't come along and pay the price they want. The longer you hold inventory the more it costs. I may be wrong but I dont think so.


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some one purchases it at the asking price".


I'd be willing when their askin $10,500. Tooling Along


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