Not easy to find in my area either. None of mine came from NY.
I'll also assume that older diesel trucks bring more in Canada then in the USA. I met several people with older diesel trucks in Ontario and Québec. When I told them what I paid for my trucks, I think they figured I was pulling their legs. I was sitting in a transmission shop in London (Ontario) when my E40D trans sprung a leak in my 94 Ford diesel F250. An old guy came in who also had a 94 Ford diesel F250. He bought his around the same time as me with more miles and paid more then twice what I did. Heck the repair parts cost more in Canada. A lot more. The guy in the shop told me there were a few parts I ought to get once I was back in the USA. He said they'd be 30% more if I bought them in Canada. I know at the time, the exchange rate was about even.