PFC opens its second used-truck center

September 2008
Trailer / Body Builders;Sep2008, Vol. 49 Issue 11, p13
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The article reports on a second used-truck center opened by Paccar Financial Corp. (PFC) near Spartanburg, South Carolina. The used-truck center offers an extensive selection of Kenworth and Peterbilt used trucks to Paccar dealers, non-Paccar dealers, independent wholesalers and retail fleet and owner-operator buyers. It has three service bays and a wash bay and provides enough parking space to accommodate up to 230 used trucks.


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