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CSL&L
06-09-2010, 09:44 PM
1999 Ford F250 Silver

V10 6.8L with oil changes every 3,000 miles
114,000 miles
Auto Trans flushed at 100,000
4x4 flushed at 100,000
Ext Cab
Towing Package, Brake Controller

Power Everything
AUX lights

Interior/Exterior is in Great Shape
No rust on doors
Truck is in perfect condition just upgrading to a 2009
Asking $8,000 OBO

Recent Work
New Tires (less than 200 miles on them still showing the nubs)
All new U-joints and ball joints at 105,000 miles
New water pump, alternator, spark plugs, and belts at 100,000 miles


Call me at 309-660-3027

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CSL&L
06-15-2010, 08:10 PM
to the top!

dhunterd08
06-15-2010, 08:17 PM
idk how this is not sold. That truck is clean! and a great price.

Mowingman
06-15-2010, 09:58 PM
Price seems pretty high to me for an 11 year old truck. Yes, it is clean, but it is hard to get a bank to loan any money on a truck that old, unless you want to pay a lot down and high interest.
I don't think a lot of folks have that kind of cash laying around right now.


idk how this is not sold. That truck is clean! and a great price.

CSL&L
06-15-2010, 10:00 PM
price is under kbb value. Banks will not have a problem
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CSL&L
06-15-2010, 10:02 PM
Kbb private party value in good condition is 8,325.
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Mowingman
06-15-2010, 11:12 PM
KBB and NADA numbers are meaningless, they are made up. The real value of used cars that have sold are available to dealers, but not the general public. Using NADA or KBB, you can get close by deducting $1000-$1500 from every price they show.
I buy and sell used trucks all the time. The bank will not loan the average buyer anywhere near 100% of a KBB or NADA listed price on a truck that age.
As I said, it is very clean and may be worth that price. However, if a buyer is borrowing money to buy it, he most likely will run into problerms.

shawn d
06-15-2010, 11:43 PM
Looks like a nice clean truck, Good luck with the sale!

Tyler's Lawn Maintenance
06-16-2010, 12:28 AM
If it were a diesel, I'd be all over that thing in a heartbeat.
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Scag413
06-16-2010, 12:19 PM
If it were a diesel, you wouldn't touch it for that price though

Mowingman
06-16-2010, 12:33 PM
Actually, that V10 is a very good engine. Generally trouble free, not bad fuel mileage, and lots of power. My son works as a mechanic at a Ford Dealership. He said it is a better engine than either of the last two generations of Ford Powerstroke diesel engines. Currently, it is a better option than the latest Ford Powerstroke due to the huge cost of the Powerstroke diesel engine option.
I would not walk away from it, just because it has the V10 and not the diesel.

mnglocker
06-16-2010, 12:53 PM
Actually, that V10 is a very good engine. Generally trouble free, not bad fuel mileage, and lots of power. My son works as a mechanic at a Ford Dealership. He said it is a better engine than either of the last two generations of Ford Powerstroke diesel engines. Currently, it is a better option than the latest Ford Powerstroke due to the huge cost of the Powerstroke diesel engine option.
I would not walk away from it, just because it has the V10 and not the diesel.

Agreed. I'd wager that it gets better milage than the dinky 5.4 V8 too.

The concerns I woul dhave are whether or not the transmission and diffs were serviced prior to 100k.

Leading Edge Decatur
06-16-2010, 11:30 PM
Any interior pics?

dhunterd08
06-17-2010, 12:05 AM
Agreed. I'd wager that it gets better milage than the dinky 5.4 V8 too.

The concerns I woul dhave are whether or not the transmission and diffs were serviced prior to 100k.

ITS NOT "DINKY" lol

CSL&L
06-17-2010, 11:52 PM
Truck sold today! Thanks