Barely-driven 2003 F-250 Lariat is Ready to Rock and Roll

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2003 Ford F-250

Ford F-250 is among the last to house the 7.3-liter version of the Power Stroke turbo diesel V8.

The Ford Truck Enthusiasts Marketplace has lots of projects and complete trucks for sale by many of our wonderful forum members. Some trucks are ready to destroy the strip, other trucks need their old paint stripped. Some are happy to take home car show trophies, others are eager to haul home bales of hay. Whatever truck you seek for the purposes you need filled, the FTE Marketplace should be your first stop in your search.

And if you’re in the market for a stock work truck with some luxury, then this new listing for a 2003 Ford F-250 Super Duty that we found in the FTE Marketplace is for you.

2003 Ford F-250

Currently stored in a facility in the Akron, Ohio, suburb of Wadsworth, this 2003 F-250 is among the last to house the 7.3-liter version of the Power Stroke turbo diesel V8, an engine replaced in the second quarter of 2003 by the 6.0-liter version. As this F-250 comes with the Torqshift 5R110 five-speed automatic on board, output for the 7.3-liter amounts to 250 horses and 525 lb-ft of torque, definitely good for pulling a Jeep or a trailer loaded with bags of seeds, as this seller has.

Inside, the F-250 has all the comforts provided by the top-of-the-line Lariat trim at the time. That means leather seats all around, keyless entry, electronic climate controls, even an AM/FM radio stereo system with cassette and six-disc CD players. That sounds like a far cry from what you can get now with the Lariat trim, but if shelling out tens of thousands of dollars for luxury is a bridge too far to be comfortable, this isn’t a bad option to consider.

2003 Ford F-250

Though the seller says the F-250 is a great truck that has served him well for years, he “just can’t justify keeping it as [he only uses] it as a real truck 2-3 times a year, rest of the time it stays in [his] storage building.” It’s racked up around 136,000 miles, and for $15,500, it’s ready to rack up a few more for its new owner.

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