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Old 01-30-2012, 03:22 PM
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2000 Excursion, 7.3L 4x4

Year: 2000
Make: Ford
Model: Excursion
Price: $12000
Mileage: 160000
Color: Maroon
Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing
Location (State): CA
Transmission: Automatic
Drivetrain: 4WD & AWD
Color: Red
Engine: 7.3L Diesel

2000 Excursion XLT model
7.3L Turbocharged Diesel V8 OHV 16V FI Engine that makes 235 horsepower and 500 foot-pounds of earth-shaking torque. 4-Speed Automatic Transmission. 160k miles. Four-wheel drive (4x4) with electronic shift-on-the-fly capability. Camper/Towing Package with power heated exterior tow mirrors. Largest towing capacity in segment - 10,000 pounds.

Keyless Entry System with door entry code. Overhead Console with trip computer. Tachometer, Cruise Control. Power door locks, windows, power rear-quarter windows. Air Conditioning - Front and rear air conditioning with 360-degree adjustable registers. Privacy Glass. Running boards with optional illumination for easy entry. AM/FM/cassette/CD stereo with rear-seat audio controls. Fuel tank capacity: 44.0 gal.

Driver and passenger front airbags protect dual bucket seating. Power Driver's Seat. Center Console. Extra wide second-row side doors access the independently reclining second-row seats with dual tip/slide feature. Child-seat tethers anchored in the second row of seats further improve the ability to securely anchor child safety seats. Third-row removable bench seat comfortably seats eight adults, with more overall head, leg and shoulder room than the competition.

Largest cargo volume, including 48.0 cubic feet of space behind the third row seat.
Without the last row bench - which is mounted on rollers for easy removal - Excursion's cargo capacity increases to 100.7 cubic feet. Removing the third-row bench and folding down the second-row seat backs result in a flat cargo area large enough to accommodate a 4- by 8-foot sheet of plywood - with an impressive 146.4 cubic feet of available cargo space. Excursion features a unique rear tri-panel door system. A one-piece upper liftgate permits quick access to the cargo area, offers an unobstructed rear view from the driver's seat through an auto-dim rear view mirror,
and includes an intermittent single wiper and window defroster. Two lower cargo doors swing open approximately 180 degrees for maximum and unobstructed access to the cargo floor, with detents to hold them open at angles of approximately 105 degrees. The doors can be opened even when a trailer or boat is attached for towing. Maximum payload: 1750 lbs.

All factory Ford parts used for grill and headlight swap.
Front trailer hitch mount.
Bushwacker cut-out flares.
39.5x18.5x16.5 Mickey Thompson Baja Belted tires --and/or- a set of 38x13x16 Michelin XML military tires.

Moving and can't take it with us.
$12,000. email, call or text 949 - six nine zero - 4481.

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