Stop thinking about buying a new car and paying too much! Well maybe you should consider used as new cars are just way too expensive. Why not save on a great used car at an even better price? Get ready to empty out a spot in your driveway because this auction just might take up that space! This lot features a white 2001 Dodge Ram 1500. It is white in color. The estimated mileage is currently unknown. The VIN is 1B7HC16X21S221934. This Dodge features a 6 Cylinder engine automatic transmission! You will look great too driving around this vehicle all while saving big by getting this at a great price! As for deficiencies repairs are required and include, but not limited to: Multiple dents; Bad interior; Needs tires; Bumper and lights not hooked up, but bumper is in the bed. Inspection prior to bidding is always highly encouraged. This is an amazing chance to score a deal on a nice used car so that you can avoid paying those high new car prices! This auction is located in Tucson, Arizona and the closing time is on June 14 10:00 am central time. Right now, the current bid is $601 USD and there has been 2 bidders so far. Act soon as you definitely do not want to miss this amazing deal! Start saving today! For any further information, simply click here to subscribe to www.governmentauctions.org for your FREE 3 day trial.
The Dodge Dakota brings a sort of edge to the normal pickup design. Despite being very rugged, this vehicle is aesthetically pleasing to the eye. If your the type of person who is in dire need for a manageable truck and work-horse vehicle…then this is the right choice of vehicle for you. This off-white 2001 Dodge Dakota is still in great condition; its 39,827 miles are phenomenally low for a vehicle that could do so much. This pickup is stocked with a 4×2, 6-cylinder gas engine. It also includes power steering and brakes, along with air conditioning and AM/FM radio. This is an online auction and ends in almost 24 hours. This vehicle could go for a fraction of the valued cost, and the current bid is only at $3,061. For more details, check out www.governmentauctions.org.