1978 Ford F-150 Ranger Lariat with 400 cu inch engine truck that has been in New Mexico for all its life, I am the 2nd owner and I have owned since 1979. 4X4 4 speed automatic. short bed with roll bar. Bench seat, all original gauges. Headers and dua...
1978 Ford F-150 Ranger Lariat with 400 cu inch engine truck that has been in New Mexico for all its life, I am the 2nd owner and I have owned since 1979. 4X4 4 speed automatic. short bed with roll bar. Bench seat, all original gauges. Headers and dual exhaust. Truck has been repainted, upholstered and carpeted once. VIN is F14SRCE9938
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Beware of unrealistic prices or offers. If it seems too good to be true, it just might be.
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If transacting in cash, consider meeting at the bank. Witnessing the cash being withdrawn is a good way to safeguard against counterfeits. Alternatively, you could deposit the money before exchanging title, but you should speak to the bank ahead of time to discuss their policies on checking deposited currency for counterfeits, as some do not verify until days later.
Do not share sensitive personal financial information (i.e. bank account numbers).
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