Hi Guys and Gals,
I am looking for a set of Ford factory steps for a 95 Extended Cab. Color is not important, but it should be in very good condition. I need all the mounting hardware also. I am located in Vancouver, WA.
I have a couple of F-6 farm trucks I'm parting out. A '51 and a '52. Both had the big 254 flathead 6, so there's a lot of engine parts available; internals, heads, accessories, etc. and a whole slew of chassis stuff like brakes and hubs, suspension, you name it. PM with needs, wants and desires. I have a really sweet bare cab for sale cheap, too.
I would like the sell the factory, chrome side steps for a 2011 Super Duty Super Cab. I think these will fit a number of years. They are $500 from the dealer, I am selling them for $200. I also have a KargoMaster lumber rack for short bed full-sized trucks. It has a 1200lb capacity. I believe it is their Pro series II. It extends over the extended cab and I have all the mounting hardware including rails I never used. I would like to sell the rack for $300. These items are located in Renton, WA. I have taken it a part so it is easy to haul.
Last edited by houstonmr; 02-23-2011 at 10:35 AM.
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This car has been awesome for me, but due to financial reasons I am selling it.
It is a 2003 Ford Focus SVT, 2 door hatchback.
2.0L I4 Zetec, 170 hp/145 lb-ft stock (tuned by Cosworth)
Getrag 6 speed trans (same as found in Mini Cooper S)
Short ram intake w/ K&N Filter
Factory header (designed by Cosworth)
Factory High flow catalytic converter
215/45/17 Kumho Ecsta AST's on 17" 5 spoke alloys
Eibach Performance Suspension
Cross-drilled and slotted rotors
Smoked front side marker lenses
Leather Upholstery with red fabric inserts
Manual recline/lumbar support
Heated Seats (Driver and Front Passenger)
Dual Front and Side Air Bags
6 disc in-dash cd changer
Premium Sound system with 8" Subwoofer
I have recently had the alternator, serpentine belt, ect sensor and thermostat replaced.
I also have a brand new set of Z-cable style chains which have never been used that go with the car.
This would be a very fun commuter - it will put a silly grin on your face every time you drive it and get great mileage to boot. It is by no means a blistering speedster, but it sure can add some excitement to your drive to and from work or school - it handles very well and is composed when you put it through the bends. It hasn't been abused, raced, or autocrossed since I've owned it. I bought it in November with the idea of having a newer, safer, more comfortable, more economical vehicle as a daily driver. My hours at work have since been cut back significantly, so I can use the cash. I paid $8000 for the car, and haven't driven it very much due to the foul weather we've had lately. So my loss is your gain, I'm looking to get $6750 or best REASONABLE offer. I may also be open to a full or partial trade for a fullsize Ford or Dodge 4x4 pickup; let me know what you have, maybe we can work something out. Worst thing I can say is no!
Car is located in Sequim, WA.
Please respond by pm, I will do my best to answer any and all questions as soon as possible.
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