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ajf82727
05-05-2009, 11:20 PM
This is my 1999 F350 Diesel Dually. This truck is a Crew Cab XLT with 125,000 miles on it. The truck is in great shape with a extra fuel tank on it in the bed, with a tool box, air suspension, and a CB radio. This Truck has never seen snow because it is from Texas and Florida. I have all papers on this truck also. The inside is perfect and this truck needs nothing. Call if you have any questions. $14,900 or best offer. Call at 734-777-0847. Note also has fifth wheel plates in the bed hitch has already been sold.

Thanks,
Adam


Location: Carleton, mi

ajf82727
05-05-2009, 11:26 PM
Here are some pic.

tangofox1971
05-06-2009, 10:22 PM
never seen snow with michigan tags????????

ajf82727
05-06-2009, 10:28 PM
Just picked it up April 27th. I went down with the plate and picked it up.

ajf82727
05-22-2009, 07:53 PM
New price $14,200.

IamJim
05-23-2009, 07:06 PM
Can you PM me the VIN?

I'm over in Wisconsin

IamJim
05-23-2009, 07:11 PM
http://www.kbb.com/KBB/UsedCars/PricingReport/1999_Ford_F350_5476_Private%20Party_Excellent_Pickup.aspx?Mileage=125000&SelectionHistory=5476|30677|53511|0|0|209361|true|209403|true|209397|true&PriceTypePath=Trade-In

VirginiaLawnCare
05-23-2009, 09:31 PM
http://www.kbb.com/KBB/UsedCars/PricingReport/1999_Ford_F350_5476_Private%20Party_Excellent_Pickup.aspx?Mileage=125000&SelectionHistory=5476|30677|53511|0|0|209361|true|209403|true|209397|true&PriceTypePath=Trade-In


If its anything like the area I live in KBB means nothing. Super Duty's always sell here for more then KBB.

IamJim
05-23-2009, 10:55 PM
And, your loan institution plays by the same game also? Loans more than it's worth :-) Not being smart, just truthful. *trucewhiteflag* We also all know it's a cash buyers market out there also.

His: Nice looking, clean and low mileage for the year...but also no warranties of any sort....and above a "resale" Justifies 40% above book? let alone almost 2x trade in. The mileage is about the lifetime of the trans's in these (if auto) and tack 3k for one of those.

I've had an 85 6.9 and now a 90 7.3 and ready to upgrade...that's how I ran across this post and site. Also, looking for 5th wheel in my search...but on this, it's non-existent any longer.

quote from (link below)
The 2009 Ford F-350 Super Duty Dually 2WD is a truck, in every sense of the word. Built to stand up to the toughest work, it doesn't come cheap. Base price is $26,725. Still, that's not bad for what you get.

http://www.carseek.com/reviews/ford/2009-f-350-super-duty-dually-2wd/ I think I'd toss out the 12k for 10 years newer and 5 years warranty for sure.

Do they sell for more than sticker on new ones in your area? If so, I'll buy all the new ones I can up here and drive'em down!! :weightlifter:

40% overnite gains are hard to find.. especially on items that depreciate. My bext gains are found during trading hours : http://www.coveringshorts.com/

But the worse part is, having to approach the 51 year old CEO with an option like above priced 'used truck', because HE (which is me) is a degreed accountant also :hammerhead:

Again, clean truck...but it's now - Hitch witch was a bit of added resale value on my decision.

Not being smart-azzed, wise mouthed or the likes... Just truthfull.

VirginiaLawnCare
05-23-2009, 11:26 PM
And, your loan institution plays by the same game also? Loans more than it's worth :-) Not being smart, just truthful. *trucewhiteflag* We also all know it's a cash buyers market out there also.

His: Nice looking, clean and low mileage for the year...but also no warranties of any sort....and above a "resale" Justifies 40% above book? let alone almost 2x trade in. The mileage is about the lifetime of the trans's in these (if auto) and tack 3k for one of those.

I've had an 85 6.9 and now a 90 7.3 and ready to upgrade...that's how I ran across this post and site. Also, looking for 5th wheel in my search...but on this, it's non-existent any longer.

quote from (link below)
The 2009 Ford F-350 Super Duty Dually 2WD is a truck, in every sense of the word. Built to stand up to the toughest work, it doesn't come cheap. Base price is $26,725. Still, that's not bad for what you get.

http://www.carseek.com/reviews/ford/2009-f-350-super-duty-dually-2wd/ I think I'd toss out the 12k for 10 years newer and 5 years warranty for sure.

Do they sell for more than sticker on new ones in your area? If so, I'll buy all the new ones I can up here and drive'em down!! :weightlifter:

40% overnite gains are hard to find.. especially on items that depreciate. My bext gains are found during trading hours : http://www.coveringshorts.com/

But the worse part is, having to approach the 51 year old CEO with an option like above priced 'used truck', because HE (which is me) is a degreed accountant also :hammerhead:

Again, clean truck...but it's now - Hitch witch was a bit of added resale value on my decision.

Not being smart-azzed, wise mouthed or the likes... Just truthfull.


Its all what you can get obviously they are playing the same game I just got a check two days for my 2001 Ford Lightning which according to "kbb" was worth barely over 10. I got 13,800$ for it which the guy got with a loan from his bank. In my own personal opinion KBB does not mean as much as it use to its more a starting point.