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Old 02-16-2012, 05:04 AM
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Gibson Truck World updates, please?

I just read the two threads on here dealing with them; glad I saw them first as I am about 2 weeks away from making a purchase from them. The last post is over a year old and was wondering if anyone else had any major issues or opinions either way? They have some really nice trucks and are offering a good amount for my trade, but if not great folks then time to look elsewhere...
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No they arent nice trucks. I work for one of the vendors that go behind the scene and help recondition them. Many of them are bought at auctions and fixed up enough to sell. They LOOK nice on the lot, but I would not buy from them.
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I went there once when I lived down there. The offered me a good price on a trade over the phone. When i got there, they lowered their quote $4000. I walked.

Also like posted above, some of their trucks look nice and there might be a few that are ok, but I would certainly get a carfax, they tell you if it was at auction, and what state it came from and so on. They also spray paint everything underneath, They even spray painted the shock boots of several trucks i looked at while i was there.
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Spray painting is just the beginning...

On another note, the owner has a SICK cigarette boat.
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Spray painting is just the beginning...

On another note, the owner has a SICK cigarette boat.


funny part is you guys are talking crap about his trucks, i worked for cigarette and thier boats are completly crap and made cheap , just like the owner of cigarettee told me " we gatta make these boats look expensive" i would never in my life buy a cigarette
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funny part is you guys are talking crap about his trucks, i worked for cigarette and thier boats are completly crap and made cheap , just like the owner of cigarettee told me " we gatta make these boats look expensive" i would never in my life buy a cigarette
Ummm I meant the TYPE of boat, not a brand. Ive never heard of a boat made by a company called "Cigarette". I was talking about the type of boat he has. Like sailboat, jet boat, etc. That boat he has is not crap. It's a freakin beast from what I was told.
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