1996 Freightliner FL60 CABRIOLET Conversion Extended Cab, All Aluminum Diamond Plate Bed, 300 HP Cat 3126 engine, 860 ft. lbs. of Torque @ 1400 RPM, Allison 6 speed fully automatic transmission, 12,000 Rear Air Bags, Exhaust brake, either automatic or manual control. Cruise Control, Air Ride Cab, Air Ride Seats with air lumbar support, Dump Switch for Rear Air Bags, Air Release, Spring Apply – parking brake (with new cable and linings). Heated outside mirrors, Fog Lights, Tilt & Telescoping Steering Wheel, Full length rear bench seat with 3 seat belts, AM/FM Cassette Radio, XM Radio, 40 Channel CB with dual mirror antennas, Prodigy proportional brake controller, Right mirror mount cell phone antenna, Laptop mount on center console, GPS antenna on Roof. Wireless Backup camera receiver monitor (will accommodate 2 cameras). Power Windows, Cold A/C, Power door locks, Alarm System, Dual Air Horns, Reese 20,000 lb. hitch, Chrome hand rails on each side of cab, Front Bumper Locator lights, Full complement of interior lights. Two 50 Watt rear facing lights (Mounted on the rear of roof) Headlights are Hella or Cbie non sealed beam 135watt hi beams and 85 watt lo beams. Has Steer Safe added to the front steering knuckles. Has air applied locking rear differential, (2) 75 gallon Diesel tanks. Less than 3,000 miles on new disc pads, front and rear. Has 2 (1 year old) Interstate Batteries, hidden 2” receiver in rear bumper.
Never smoked in.
The bed has 6 storage compartments, one of which goes across the entire 8ft width of the bed for long items. I have the maintenance records for the truck as well as the fuel used since I purchased it. The current mileage is approximately 140,800 miles. It was registered in Texas with an Oregon title when I purchased it. It is currently registered in Montana under an LLC. There is approximately 3,000 miles on the oil change. The interior is cloth, not leather.
Running empty, going the legal speed limit, I average 12 MPG. When pulling my 37ft Jayco Designer, I averaged around 9.5 to 10 MPG depending upon the terrain. With the Jeep Liberty in tow behind the Jayco, the mileage dropped to about 9.0 to 9.5, again depending on the terrain. It pulls the load and STOPS the load like it was designed to do, which is great. The truck tops the scale with full tanks (150 gal) at 12,500 lbs.
The 22.5 tires are good, the left front was replace about 18 months ago, The right front was replaced about 6 months ago The front tires are Toyo. The drive tires are caps. The Truck is in Pahrump, NV.