2003 Volvo VNM D12 Eaton Fuller 9 speed. This is a pre emission truck, no egr, no def, no dpf. D12 465hp and 1800tq. The truck was a prior Wilson Trucking company truck and they were very good at keeping the maintenance up and taking care of their trucks. It only has 508K miles and that is like 1/3 of the engines life. I just changed the oil, brakes are good, new belts, rad is good. Truck is ready to just get and drive. I built the truck bed myself and wanted to have as much storage as I could with multiple doors with deep areas plus a strong enough top area to put a smart car on top side ways close to the cab or a regular car long ways. The bed is 11' long and 8' wide. Rear storage is all the way across for ramps. It is built to handle a smart car on top and have room to still tow a gooseneck or 5th wheel trailer. 8 D hooks plus multiple rear D hooks for options on strapping down different vehicles and items on top. I built wood walls to make it easy to use as a regular truck also to store things, go to lowes and have options of how to use it. Multiple LED marking lights on the side. Multiple LED rear brake and driving lights. Has a regular tow hitch and wring with a 7 way trailer output. Jackalope trailer wiring converter box to go from the air system type to regular trailer type. Trailer brake included. It has an old tape deck type of radio and I bought a new head unit that is blue tooth, I just have not installed it yet and if I have time I will. I also bought an additional passenger seat to mount in the middle to fit three people and also a seat belt system for it, but have not install them yet. This is all included. The truck is about the same length as a full size F350 crew cab. It fits in parking spots so you can take it around town, which I do. There is just something fun about driving a full size truck around down and driving it to work as some of my co workers think it is the coolest thing and some thing I am crazy. I used it to daily to work for a while and was getting 12.5-13MPG. It has an 80 gallon tank and will last a long long time. Towing the trailer it gets from 7.5(mountains) to 9.5 towing the 44' 13-6 tall stacker trailer. It should do better with a lighter trailer or a more aerodynamic trailer.