Clean F-350 V10 Truck Available in FTE Marketplace
V10-powered F-350 is far nicer than your average eight-year-old Super Duty pickup.
The Triton V-10 was a popular engine for those Super Duty owners who wanted big power without the added cost of the PowerStroke diesel engine. Unfortunately, the V10 has been gone for a few years now, meaning that anyone who really wants a truck powered by this 6.8-liter engine will have to look to the used market. The downside to that is that many Super Duty pickups were bought for work use, meaning that after eight years, they have faced a hard life.
However, this listing from mystic201 in the Ford Truck Enthusiasts marketplace is proof that you can still find a V10-powered F-350 in good shape. In fact, this truck looks almost as good in these pictures as it would have when new, making the $18,500 price tag seem very reasonable.
The 6.8-liter Ford V10 engine was first introduced in the Ford E-Series vans and motorhomes back in 1997, but for the 1999 model year, the F-250 and F-350 got the big 10-cylinder mill. That first V10-powered Super Duty offered 310 horsepower and 425 lb-ft of torque from a two-valve-per-cylinder head configuration, but with the introduction of the three-valve heads, the output was increased to 362 horsepower and 457 lb-ft of torque.
That would be the output through the end of the engine’s existence in the Super Duty lineup in 2016, making this engine more powerful and more capable than the V8 while costing less than the diesel option.
The 2010 Ford F-350 listed for sale in the FTE Marketplace has just over 101,000 miles on the odometer. It has a bed cap and Line-X bed liner with new Michelin tires on all four corners. The oil has been changed every 3,000 miles since it was new and the spark plugs were replaced around the 60,000-mile mark.
The seller points out that the truck was involved in an accident where it was hit on the passenger’s side front corner, but all repairs were performed with Ford parts. Since then, the owner has driven the truck for 90,000 miles without any issue, so that accident didn’t cause any long-term problems with the truck.
If you are in the market for a V10-powered Ford F-350 that looks like it just rolled off of the dealership showroom floor, your ideal truck is available in Pennsylvania right now via the FTE Marketplace.