2004 - 2008 F1502004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 Ford F150's with 5.4 V8, 4.6 V8 or 4.2 V6 engine
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I have just traded in my 2006 Crew Cab F250 for a new 2008 Crew Cab F150. I wanted 4wd, my wifes jeep Liberty just doesnt like to play in the sand on Assateague Island National Seashore and the F250 was 2wd. Here is a pictorial of my last four Ford Trucks.
I loved this truck never should have traded it.
I traded the 1995 in for this 2004 Heritage big mistake but, I was having a Kid and wanted an extended cab should have bought 4wd.
Traded the 2004 in on this 2006 F250 just should have bought 4wd. I loved working this truck. Towed travel trailer form MD to SD and back. Lots of towing big trailers, Terramite, Other F250 box trucks all kinds of fun stuff.
Got fed up with the wifes Liberty bought this 4WD F150 Crew Cab for the beach. I gues my new home is gonna be the F150 2004-2008 forum.
Good for you! Thanks for posting your history. I wish I had pics of all my fomoco vehicles.....64 1/2 Mustang--289 4V, 72 Mustang 351C-4V, 91 Mustang 5.0 5 speed, Mercury Sable Wagon, 75 LTD 2 door, 78 F100 Camper Special, 91 E150, 96 E150, 2000 E250, 97 Ranger SLT supercab--2.3 5 speed, 01 Ranger XLT supercab--3.0 automatic and currently 05 F-150 Screw--4.6
Nice trucks, especially the '08. I have an '05 with close to 100,000 on it and been lovin' every mile of it. Noticed the pic of the the 250 is in O.C., you aren't by any chance located on the eastern shore are you?
Yeah the Libby is simply not high enough off of the ground to run arouund on Assateague. I have had seven jeeps and the Liberty has been the only disapointment. My TJ, YJ, ZJ and two XJ's have all had solid axles front and rear and performed well off road.
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