About Larry Stigers Equipment, Trailers, and Trucks
Thank you for taking the time to read about Larry Stigers Equipment, Trailers and Trucks. Blessed to be located in the heart of Kentucky, LSETT is surrounded by beautiful horse farms and is located in the capital city of Frankfort. Larry Stigers, Jr. is from Frankfort and started the truck lot in 1987. He worked from the time he was 8 years old running equipment, and trading anything with a motor and wheels. He is a huge motorsports fan, and when he was younger was fortunate enough to drive NASCAR trucks, ARCA and GOODY'S DASH series cars, pull tractors, and do some off-road mud racing. Perhaps his biggest accomplishment is managing his Tourette's Disorder on a daily basis. He is an inspiration to many, and living proof that no one should be, nor can be, defined by a disability. His wife, Elizabeth, is from the mountains of Eastern Kentucky. She was a teacher before she began helping Larry in the business. They work as a team and although the inventory is large, it is truly a mom and pop run business. The employees are family, or feel like family. It is the goal to buy rust free, well maintained vehicles at a good price to pass along to the customer. And Larry still does all the buying, just as he has for over 30 years. He studies the market and looks for trucks from sun up to sun down. LSETT does not buy salvage or flood damaged vehicles. All titles are clean, lien free. Prices are set with very small profit. You will not be charged any additional doc fees at the time of sale. All you pay additionally from the price on the windshield, is sales tax to Uncle Sam and for your license plate. This expense will occur at your County Clerk's office in your home county or state, depending on how you will use your truck and what type of tag you will need. LSETT will supply you a temporary tag the day of sale. The two salesmen, Bryan and Blake, are happy to help you with any questions they can answer. Understanding that used vehicles are not new vehicles, they both try their hardest to let the customer know of any defects before the sale. Transparency is key and what they strive to deliver. Please inspect the vehicle thoroughly before buying, because all sales are final and as is, according to Kentucky laws. Thank you for your consideration, or for your business already. It is appreciated.