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  1. #41
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    i never have seen a one ton toyota.

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    The 1 tons are and were used on the
    motor homes they put out. I have not
    seen one without yet. It would be a
    decent little truck though.

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    My friends used to have a toyota 1 ton truck. It was a nice little truck. It just seems too little.
    Columbia City, Indiana

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    Ford?
    Chevy?
    Dodge?
    C'mon guys, let's talk TRUCKS!


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    Haha. Ya thats a truck alright. I would hate to lift a hive to the back of that. My 450 is to tall as it is.
    Columbia City, Indiana

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    Hey Para
    A unimog has been on my list for several years now too. I don't see that they would be much use for moving hives, but up where you are I can think of all kinds of other things you could do with it. I have looked at several 404s, but that would require a diesel transplant. I would like to get a 406, but those are out of my price range. The cheapest route is to import from Europe. I can get a good 406 for less than 8000.00 U.S. plus 1500.00 shipping into any east coast port.
    Always question Conventional Wisdom.

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    heres a nice one for sale on ebay, just wish it was deisel and 4x4 but for a little over $4000 right now but still has 3 days left, lift gate and all, not bad.... wonder where the bids will stop


    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/00-Fo...QQcmdZViewItem

    [size="1"][ February 05, 2007, 06:18 AM: Message edited by: TwT ][/size]
    Ted

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    The bed alone is worth $4000.00 .
    Clear Lake Wi. / Sebring Fl.

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    Sure wish my lift gate would fold like that
    one. Mine comes right up like a end gate and
    really grabs the wind!! So much so that I am
    going to remove it this spring and sell it
    off. They are heavy too.

    I saw a 2004 Ford 450 with a longer bed than
    this one go for $8500 at auction last spring.
    If it wouldn't have been the V10 I'd have bid
    on that one. The guy that won it was shocked
    he'd only paid that. I was too.

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    I would hate to put gas in that one also but if it went for 8000 I think I could live with it, going to wait and see what it looks like the last few hours....., looks like it would be a nice bee truck for small timers like me.....


    but if you are looking to carry more hives take a look at this one

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1998-...QQcmdZViewItem

    [size="1"][ February 05, 2007, 05:51 PM: Message edited by: TwT ][/size]
    Ted

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