We purchased this Ram 1500 from an insurance company. The vehicle took a swiping hit to the passengers side of the vehicle. The airbags did NOT deploy. We did have to replace the passengers front door and rear bumper and have some repair work done to the rear door and box side. All of damage was cosmetic with no structural damage done. This Ram now runs and drives excellent in its current condition with no issues found in the engine, transmission, suspension, cooling and/or frame. For questions or to set up a time to test drive this truck please call our office M-F 8:30-5:00 at 248-446-8289 or after hours at 586-854-8781/810-735-6045.
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|Vehicle ID Number||3C6RR7LT5HG746678|
|Title||Rebuilt salvage flood|
|Warranty||90 Day or 4000 Mile Power Train|
|Engine||5.7L V8 SMPI|
Every vehicle we sell is subject to a $135 Michigan Dealer fee. If we have to arrange shipping for the vehicle the Dealer Fee will be an additional $50. Michigan residents must pay 6% sales tax and a $15 title fee. License plate fees will vary. We accept cashiers checks, bank wire transfers, cash.
We do require a $200.00 deposit payable through paypal within 24 hours if you are the successful high bidder. We require full payment within 7 days of the auction end. We do ship vehicles through-out the continental US. Please call us or send an email with your zip code for a quote.
About The Warranty
This Power train warranty comes at no charge and covers the power train for 90 days or 4000 miles. All warranty work must be performed at our dealership in Brighton, MI. For out of State customers should something major occur we are more than happy to ship parts to you, but we do not cover labor charges that are not our own. This coverage includes the engine and transmission, not the engine accessories (starter, alternator, a/c pump ect.)
This vehicle has been test driven and is found to be in excellent operating condition. The wheel alignment is correct, the tires are balanced, the brake pads have no issues. These vehicle sit un-driven for months before we purchase them. The brake rotors accumulate rust and usually need to be turned on a brake lathe for smooth braking. We are NO longer taking care of this maintenance item. There were no noted issues with the transmission or engine.
Updated 3 days ago.
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