Winter is on its way, and for some parts of the country, snow removal prep season is upon us. Up for consideration today are two running, driving, American 4x4 pickups. Both have clean titles and come equipped with what the seller claims is a $1500-1600 plow setup; both have a crack in the windshield, and both are asking $2500.

First up is this 1988 GMC K2500.

The details:

Inspected until December
8' bed
Extended cab
Trans replaced 3 yrs ago
Motor replaced last year; not even 1000 miles on it since
Solid truck; No rot
New battery
Crack in windshield
Good tires
233,xxx miles

Next up, we have this 1997 Ford F-250.

The details:

8' bed
Not a rust bucket. Plow was just put on last season, never plowed before.
Has an oil leak.
Motor runs smooth and trans shifts smooth; tight truck.
7.5' meyer plow in good condition
New tires
New muffler
New brake lines
New battery
New 4x4 linkage
New starter
Crack in windshield
116,xxx miles

So, let’s assume you need a cheap second or third vehicle to plow heavy snow from a long driveway or parking lot, and also make the short commute to work in winter weather and occasionally haul landscaping/construction materials from the local HD. Pick your plow truck in the poll below, and add your own suggestions in the comments.