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1985 Kenworth K100E Sleeper Truck

Trucks January 11, 2016

1985 Kenworth K100E

Specifications:

Make: KENWORTH
Model: K100E
Year: 1985
Mileage: 734598
Features: Aluminum Wheels

Details:

This truck was double framed from the factory. I removed older model frame and stretched and installed later model air liner suspension to a wheel base of 273 inches which looks awesome on a cab over. I had 3 new drive shafts professionally made, installed 4 new monore shocks, also installed new brake pads, 4 new aluminum wheels on rear and 8 new close shoulder drives, front tires are 95% tread.

I have completely serviced this truck, air filter, oil and oil filter, three new fuel filters, also installed new starter. This truck fires right up and runs nice. This truck is ready to drive home.

It is located in Missouri, Wright County, Mansfield. For more Information about this truck.  you can call or text Tommy at 417-683-0599.

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