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1997 Ford F250 XLT SuperCab 2WD Heavy Duty, 460/E4OD (Electronic 4-speed Automatic Transmission), 8ft. bed with Line-X and cap, all factory original, 3.55 limited slip rear, new Sears Platinum battery, dual tanks, Toreador Red/Gray two tone paint with Opal Gray Cloth interior, towing package, door steps, sliding rear window, forged aluminum wheels, dual cb radio antennas installed (no cb radio), power windows/locks, remote door entry, 123K+ miles, really nice and very clean condition. I'm the third owner, and I've only put on 21K+ miles the past 4 years. The NJ State Inspection sticker is good until March 2012. The only thing that doesn't work, is the fuel level sending unit on the rear fuel tank. It always reads empty. When I fill it up, I would reset the trip odometer, and start with that tank. I would switch to the front tank at about 225 miles, and then the front tank gauge works. I never drove the truck enough to fix it, and I bought it that way. Call Pat at 732-232-1377 if you have any questions or would like to take a look. $5,500 or b/o, You won't be disappointed!
Last edited by patfromjersey; 09-12-2011 at 02:13 PM.
Reason: Truck is SOLD!!!!
Thank you John! I haven't posted much on this site, so thank you for the props. John and I are on a Big Block Ford site, and met at a little drag strip in Owensboro, KY. I had a 521 stroker 66 Fairlane, but now that engine will be going into a 32 Ford Coupe project. Selling this truck will add some more funds to the project.
Still for sale. I replaced the entire brake line to the rear (made it with one long piece, no splices), the lines going to each rear drum, the center rubber hose on the rear, the brake line to both fronts, and new front brake hoses. The achilles heel of this beast is all new and worry free.
Sold it today to a guy I work with. $5500 cash! Thanks for all the props. This is a really nice truck, but I have my Crown Vic set up for what I have to tow now. I'm going to place the order for the new 32 Ford Coupe next Friday.
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