Ford Excursion Limited Ultimate Is a Proper Time Capsule

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Years of living the pampered life have kept this Excursion in tip-top shape. But now the owner is ready to pass his gem onto someone else.

The Ford Excursion may be long gone, but it sure isn’t forgotten. At least around these parts. We here at Ford Truck Enthusiasts love our giant ‘ute, and we never get tired of checking out all the fine examples owned by our members. So when we came across this amazingly well-kept Ford Excursion Limited Ultimate in the Ford Truck Enthusiasts Marketplace, we knew it was worth sharing with you.

You may not be able to buy a brand new Excursion anymore, but this will get you pretty darn close. With only 53,000 original miles, there’s plenty of life left in this large SUV. And on the outside, it sure looks like it just rolled off the showroom floor. The current owner has made a handful of changes on the exterior, however. They include a set of 20-inch F-250 wheels, modified ’05 grille replacement, and some LED taillights.

Ford Excursion

The P.O. also swapped the mirrors with ’08+ tow pieces and upgraded to new style headlights. But it all works together quite nicely, we’d say. No pictures of the interior are provided, but the owners says it’s as sanitary as the outside. And since this is a range-topping Limited Ultimate, you get a slew of nice luxury options. Including adjustable pedals, memory function, and optional video entertainment. The latter of which is present here, along with a double DIN unit up front.

Ford Excursion

The current owner has added a few other niceties, including Magnaflow exhaust, security system, remote start, and tinted windows. According to the seller, it’s been used mostly for long trips and stored in a garage. Judging by its condition, we don’t doubt that for a second. Because this is one of the cleaner Ford Excursion examples we’ve seen in a while!

Find it in the Ford Truck Enthusiasts Marketplace!

Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other sites.

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