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2011 Nissan Xterra Pro-4X, automatic, in Lava Red, lifted, locked, ready to rock. She's got a mild lift on it and clears the 285/75R16 BF Goodrich KM/2 Mud Terrain tires. But they're worn and need replaced. The spare tire is in perfect shape, it never hit the pavement, so if you bought 3 tires then you could put the best of the used ones on as the spare. The Rockford Fosgate stereo system has a factory sub,Sirius XM radio, auxiliary input and steering wheel controls. Best part of it, full aftemarket, heavy duty front and rear bumpers, full armor underneath and on the sides.

The list of goodies that make her special:
Shrock front winch bumper with bull bar (has scratches on the driver's front of the bumper, it will come with the paint to fix, if I don't fix it first!)
D-ring shackles, color matched to the truck
Warn 9.5ti winch with synthetic line and hawse fairlead
PIAA lights up front with color matched light guards
Factory fog lights in the Shrock bumper with lights in the roof rack too (Pro-4X package)
Schrock sliders (bolt on)
Shrock under armor for the radiator, engine, trans, transfer case and gas tank
Shrock rear diff guard (painted to match the truck)
Shrock rear bumper with tire carrier
Yakima Load Warrior rack with HiLift jack mounts and HiLift jack
2.5" lift front and rear
Rockford Fosgate stereo with Sirius XM, Rockford Fosgate sub and auxiliary input
Tinted windows
Nissan heavy duty rubber floormats
Pro-4X package with hill descent, all the bells and whistles!

Now for the meat and potatoes. We owe $24,700 for her, and that's all we're asking! That's right, she's worth a lot more than that, and you know it, but all we're asking for is the payoff. I made a deal with my wife that if I sold my Xterra, she would have to sell her Xterra too. Yeah, we're a Nissan family, but I'm going back to school full time and we need to sacrifice now so we can do better later. So we just need this payment gone and we're good to go. So no haggling! It's NON-NEGOTIABLE, $24,700 or nothing. The Kelly Blue Book value of this rig right at $22k (give or take) and this truck is in excellent condition! With all the extras, bumpers, lights, winch, armor, lift, Yakima rack, etc, you could expect to spend another $5k (at least). $24,700 is a helluva deal and you know if you saw this thing in a dealership, as she sits, it would be more expensive than that.

$24,700 is the payoff, that's all we're asking. You could be in Moab over Thanksgiving having a blast! You know you want it, you won't find this kind of deal again. Seriously.

Call or text, (three 0 three) 4 three 7- sixty one ninety or pm me.

If she doesn't get sold, I will be parting it out, then selling her to dealership. But don't start throwing out offer here for the equipment, give it a little time, wouldja?! :wave:
 

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It was repaired flawlessly by a very good body shop. I crawled all over it, because at the time, we wanted to drive it until the wheels fell off. So I didn't let anything go and insisted on only Nissan replacement parts. They were able to prove they did use only Nissan parts and I know the parts people from where they ordered everything from. So I know it was done right.

They even replaced all the factory stickers under the hood! I seriously can't tell that anything has been done. And I've worked on Nissans from the early 90's. If anyone could pick it apart, it's me.

Be confident that she's straight and true with no lasting effects from last winter.
 

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Didn't you get it from the dealership like that? I could have sworn there was a thread on here about Boulder Nissan having a fully armored X on their lot. Looks awesome and wish they had X's like that down here!! GLWS!
 

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Yep! That's the great thing about Boulder Nissan, they build trucks like this and sell them off the lot, brand new, built for the Apocalypse.

This is the one that they built for goneMOAB. My wife saw it out there and when we got back from Moab, she said she had to have that truck. I said "Hey, I can build you one, custom bumpers, custom sliders, etc." And we now know who won that argument.

Don't get me wrong, we actually love the living the hell out of this truck! I'd love to keep it, but it would add a couple of more years to my school if I don't go full time. Sacrifice now, benefit later.
 
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