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WTS Gen 1 Raptor





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Decided to sell my Gen 1 as I just don't drive it much. Has roughly 83,000 on the clock. 6.2L V8, Truck has the Luxury package with
10 Way Power Cooled & Heated Driver and Passenger Seats, Dual Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (dual zone temperature controls), Sony Premium Audio System, Body Color PowerFold heated side mirrors with memory, Power Adjustable Pedals, Remote Start System, Memory System - Power Adjustable Pedals, Power Mirrors, Power Seats, Universal Garage door opener, Rear View Camera, Trailer Brake Controller, Navigation System, Moonroof, Tailgate Step.

I put Fox 3.0 shocks all the way around has new Ko2's on Method wheels, has a JDM custom tune with SCTX4 programmer. Folding Lomax tonneau cover, Bedrug bed liner (bed and sides), auto tailgate lock, Spicer rear diff cover, Saudi Trans Cooler. Deaver leaf springs, Morimoto XB headlights, Alpharex pro tails, Builtrite dash mount and 67 designs phone mount. Interior and exterior are very good to excellent one small hole in drivers seat cover.
I don't have a lot of pics as I recently had a bicycle accident and ended up with broken arm and leg both with plates and screws. I won't be able to drive for another 5 to 6 weeks. I will add what pics I have. Once I am back on my feet I can grab some more pics or if your in Vegas your welcome to come over and check it out. Truck has been in the desert and socal its whole life no rust. $42,900.00 OBO.

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Not sure why he did old fashioned sutures put about 70 staples in my leg.
Hope you have a full recovery. I had a motorcycle accident in 1995 that left me paralyzed from L1 (lower back) down for almost two years. I walk with a cane now but still suffer from residual paralysis. No feelings in the lower legs or feet.
Four fused vertebrate and tons of titanium rods, screws, and locks hold me together. I broke my back, sternum, collar bone, and three ribs.
Needless to say I don't ride anymore.....but I miss it.

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Hope you have a full recovery. I had a motorcycle accident in 1995 that left me paralyzed from L1 (lower back) down for almost two years. I walk with a cane now but still suffer from residual paralysis. No feelings in the lower legs or feet.
Four fused vertebrate and tons of titanium rods, screws, and locks hold me together. I broke my back, sternum, collar bone, and three ribs.
Needless to say I don't ride anymore.....but I miss it.

Coup
Man, That puts things in perspective. Can't imagine going thru something like that this three month recovery is taking its toll on me mentally.
 

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I spent a little over two years in a wheelchair and had to relearn how to walk. During that time I went back to school and got my Bachelor's in computer science. At least something good came out of it. I am 100% federally disabled.
I was riding my Honda 450 Sport, and stopped for a a red light when I got ran over by a vehicle. Left me for dead in the middle of the intersection. Hit and run.
I have no memory of the accident. I was 35 years old when it happened.
 
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I spent a little over two years in a wheelchair and had to relearn how to walk. During that time I went back to school and got my Bachelor's in computer science. At least something good came out of it. I am 100% federally disabled.
I was riding my Honda 450 Sport, and stopped for a a red light when I got ran over by a vehicle. Left me for dead in the middle of the intersection. Hit and run.
I have no memory of the accident. I was 35 years old when it happened.
Dang that sucks, Coup. Sorry to hear about your injuries.

Was that here in town?

25 years ago a friend was sitting at a stoplight on his motorcycle, and got rear ended by an old man in a pickup. He flipped up and over the pickup. While he was laying in the street and a crowd was gathering, the old man came back and started telling everyone "the kid came out of nowhere!"

He got off lucky with nothing broken, and just a stiff back.

I returned to riding last year after taking 25 years off. Wear full gear, added extra flashing brake lights etc, and I watch my mirrors like a hawk at stop lights, with my bike in gear, prepared to either accelerate off, or even just jump off my bike and let it hit the ground if I see an idiot bearing down on me and not slowing down. Also I avoid riding during rush hour - too many idiots in this city with their noses buried in their phones.
 

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I was wearing full leathers and a helmet. The paramedics ended up cutting my leathers and cutting my helmet in half to get my head out of it. I was on pain killers for almost a decade before kicking the habit. What I discovered about riding bikes is that is isn't "if" you will have an accident but when.......