If you’re looking for a vehicle that will stand out from the norm at your local cars and coffee, I’ve found precisely that. This is a 2008 Isuzu truck with a cherry picker bucket attached to a big arm in the back, and it’s the most expensive Isuzu listed for sale on Autotrader. It’s also the most unusual.
Of course, this vehicle isn’t especially unusual in the world of commercial vehicles, where trucks like this are a common sight — but it’s an odd vehicle to see on Autotrader, where they absolutely aren’t. This truck is listed as an Isuzu I-370, which was a midsize pickup truck offered in the 2000s, but a better description of it would be a commercial chassis cab truck with a bucket.
The description lists a lot of other features of this truck, including a 30-gallon fuel tank, a diesel engine with 205 horsepower, the aforementioned aerial lift and a plethora of storage compartments throughout. The truck has traveled just 34,000 miles in its 11 years in service, and it’s ready to serve your commercial application well — or provide interesting transportation for people who want something a little different from your usual automotive find.
If you’re interested, this truck is offered by a private seller in Ambler, Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia, for $33,256. I have no idea if that figure is market correct or not, since I don’t follow the market on commercial-grade Isuzu trucks, but it seems to be a lot of truck for the price of a well-equipped Toyota Camry. Find an Isuzu I-370 for sale