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    Default 1998 International 9400 Eagle & 1994 48x102 Fontaine Stepdeck (Just re-done)

    1998 International 9400 Eagle, N14 Cummins, 10 Spd, Double bunk sleeper, 24.5 rubber, dual 150 gallon tanks, 1.1 mil miles, Out of frame rebuild done at 875K miles (no papers), New batteries, engine was just opened and all valves were re-adjusted, Beacon lights, headache rack, Huge fridge inside, Good O/O Spec truck.

    1994 Fontaine 48x102 Stepdeck Air-Ride, Spread Axle, COMPLETELY RE-DONE BRAND NEW WITH NO USE AT ALL! Trailer has not been used since it was re-done. Brand New Primer, Paint, Clear Coat, African Sapele Deck, Bolts,etc.. 12 Straps and Rachets, 22.5 rubber.

    Both are ready to work right now.

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    I thought you were planning on staying in the business. You just got your trailer refloored and painted.

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    I honestly thought the same thing but I just can't deal with drivers anymore. I had 2 loads not picked up in the last week, and 2 great paying loads at that. My old man has been in the business for 32 years and I grew up in this, so this isn't my first rodeo. But I'm just done. I rather do something else for a living. I think I'm going to start fresh and put a Carrier Service Office down here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrillN View Post
    I honestly thought the same thing but I just can't deal with drivers anymore. I have 2 loads not picked up in the last week, and 2 great paying loads at that. My old man has been in the business for 32 years and I grew up in this, so this isn't my first rodeo. But I'm just done. I rather do something else for a living. I think I'm going to start fresh and put a Carrier Service Office down here.
    You could drive one of the trucks yourself and sell the others. What are you asking for your truck and trailer?

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    $22K obo

    I thought about it, but I can't hit the road anymore. I've got small kids at home and I coach their baseball teams. It's too hard right now to just hit the road and leave them here.
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    Will separate for the right price. I'm motivated to sell quick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrillN View Post
    1998 International 9400 Eagle, N14 Cummins, 10 Spd, Double bunk sleeper, 24.5 rubber, dual 150 gallon tanks, 1.1 mil miles, Out of frame rebuild done at 875K miles (no papers), New batteries, engine was just opened and all valves were re-adjusted, Beacon lights, headache rack, Huge fridge inside, Good O/O Spec truck.

    1994 Fontaine 48x102 Stepdeck Air-Ride, Spread Axle, COMPLETELY RE-DONE BRAND NEW WITH NO USE AT ALL! Trailer has not been used since it was re-done. Brand New Primer, Paint, Clear Coat, African Sapele Deck, Bolts,etc.. 12 Straps and Rachets, 22.5 rubber.

    Both are ready to work right now.

    Contact Chris @ 786.738.3298IMG00279-20110816-1853.jpgIMG00285-20110816-1856.jpgIMG00286-20110816-1856.jpgIMG00287-20110816-1856.jpgIMG00288-20110816-1857.jpg
    do u have a car carrier also

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