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Year: 1950 Make: Ford Model: F-250 Price: $10000 Mileage: 180000 Color: Blue Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing Location (State): MD Transmission: Automatic Drivetrain: 4WD & AWD Color: Blue Engine: 7.3 Powerstroke Diesel
2000 F250 XLT SuperCab, Long Bed, 4x4, 7.3 Power Stroke Diesel, 180K., Auto, A/C, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, AM-FM Cassette CD Player, Tow Package. Truck also has a 7.5’ Meyer Snow Plow that was professionally installed 2 years ago. I bought the truck back in 2007 with 160K on it. Truck is in very good mechanical condition and has had the following work:
New Calipers – 4/2010
New Battery – 3/2010
Transmission Rebuilt– 2/2010
New Brake Lines – 2/2010
New Alternator – 5/2009
Ball Joints – 2008
Rear Rotors – 2008
All fluids (coolant, trans fluid, power steering, brake, both differentials, transfer case) – 2008 or more recently
In 2008, the truck received gauges (EGT, Boost, Trans Temp), 4” stainless steel exhaust from the turbo back, a 6637 massive air filter and a DP Tuner that safely adds 100hp. This is not a cheap Superchip or Hypertech tuner and requires more air and exhaust to maximize efficiency. This tuner makes a night and day difference in the performance of the 7.3 and transmission. Trust me. I tried the Edge Edge Juice/Attitude tuner but then rode in a truck with a DP Tuner, bigger exhaust, air filter, etc and promptly replaced the Edge. This truck runs great, is very dependable, gets good fuel mileage and is just fun to drive. I am in my mid 40’s so I was not hot rodding it. I just wanted much better performance without sacrificing anything.
The snow plow was added back in 2008. It is a Meyer EZ-Classic mount with an E60 pump and a ST7.5 blade. The plow setup is in good shape. I only plow family, friends and the fire department. My driveway is about 75 yards long. The truck has never had a salt spreader.
The interior of the truck is gray cloth and is in good shape. The only blemish is a small rip on the driver’s seat from getting in and out.
The exterior (blue) of the truck is also in good shape for its age. It does have a few small dents and scratches. The front bumper has a dent in it and the bed has rust around the wheel wells and there is a large dent on the right side of the bed.
The transmission was rebuilt in February 2010. It has Raybestos heavy duty clutches, bands and steels, steel 6 pinion plantaries, TransGo Shift Kit and a Billet dual clutch torque converter.
I am selling it because I had to buy a Crew Cab.
Unless you find another custom tuned 7.3, you will not find a better running truck that gets reasonably good MPG. And trust me, you want a 7.3 because they will easily last to 500K or more, are very dependable, easy to work on when required, do not have any emission control equipment and get reasonably good fuel mileage.
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