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Old 02-08-2018, 09:37 PM   #1
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Trying to sell our F250

Had a person in Canada put in a question about the condition of the body. Is it true that in Canada you must keep your vehicle with out rust or body dammage? My friend said in PA you must keep the body repaired.
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Old 02-08-2018, 09:39 PM   #2
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Myth?

https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C...=2422&bih=1116
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Probably true.
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I have good friends from the Vancouver area that I meet up with once or twice a year at the Oregon dunes to ride sand rails. His 1 ton dodge that he hauls his hauler has more rust holes than I can count....
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Any Canadian trying to import a vehicle into Canada from the US needs to have the vehicle pass an "out of country" inspection. Too much rust: no go.

Also needs to have daytime running lights installed in order to pass.

Aaaand al the paper work showing all recalls have been satisfied.

Aaaand clear title.
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Myth.

As long as you can find an insurance company that will sell you insurance, you can drive any old wreck...
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Thanks for all the replies.

This truck has been sold in the USA. A Fireman in our city bought the truck. He brought along his Ford mechanic and he found one bad ball joint. He had a couple fireman with him and they were eyeing up the truck for some hauling duties.Probably have some home improvement projects in mind. He even thanked us for keeping the truck in such good shape. We offered to get the ball joint replaced. He wanted the truck as is. His mechanic friend will replace the ball joint when the weather gets better. The only reason we were selling is because we purchased this truck when our daughter was young as it has the Lariet cab. Our daughter is now 29yrs. old and was squished in the back seat. We have picked up a crew cab (four door) 6ft.8inches 4x4 F250 grey. It came from a Ford dealer with only 40thousand miles on it. Our mechanic and body shop guy gave us the thumbs up to buy this truck. We love our new ride!! Normally we run our vehicles until they get towed to the junk yard. I looked for six months until we found the truck with our name on it.
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Nice to hear you found the right buyer for your truck. Also nice to hear you found the right truck for your needs!

Best to you.
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