Used Midsize Truck for Sale
All trucks are sold AS IS
Used 2004 Freightliner Midsize Truck
M2 106 Medium Duty
All Midsize Trucks, except those sold AS IS, will be run through our shop AFTER they are sold. Pickup/delivery time is based on shop schedule at the time you buy.
Super nice! with an All aluminum bed!!
2004 Freightliner Midsize Truck For Sale
This is a 2004 Freightliner M2 Club Cab. The cab and chassis were ordered new by an RV couple in late 2003. When the truck came in, they took it over to a custom bed shop and had the bed made over $10,000 that the owner had designed. It has more storage than a high school locker room.
We were able to work with the owner and the dealer they traded their rig into to acquire this great one owner rig. I flew into Omaha, Nebraska to pick up the truck, ran late into the night trying to stay ahead of a storm. Picked up a new Lakota horse trailer, in Bristol, Indiana, coming back to our dealership. This truck was an absolute delight to drive. Handled the LQ horse trailer like it was not even back there.
This custom RV haulerused to pull their Mobile Suites 5th wheel was the owner's pride and joy. They spec'd the truck to be the best balance between fuel economy and performance. Meticulously maintained, it has years and hundreds of thousands of miles left to give someone a great rig.
You will not be disappointed.
This Midsize Truck has been sold.
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- Western Hauler
- 107564 miles
- Class 6
- Mercedes Engine
- 280 HP
- Air Brakes
- Transmission: Allison Automatic
- Air Suspension
- 22.5-inch Tires
- 430 Axle Ratio
- GVWR: 20,000 lbs.
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What our customers say...Dan - Trailer tows easy - no problems. We arrived in Demopolis after dark, and worried about low hanging branches on our road, but took it slow and made it okay. Branch trimming is priority 1 when it warms up a bit.
Enjoyed dealing with you. If anybody asks, I'll refer them to you.