View Full Version : 1995 Ford F150 5.0

Richard Martin
01-16-2013, 04:16 AM
For Sale: 1995 Ford F150. I bought this truck used in 1999. It has been very well cared for since I bought it. It has a little over 149,000 miles. It has recently had a major maintenance done. Replaced this past fall were the brakes all of the way around with new front rotors and heavy duty pads. All of the hoses including the heater hoses and new antifreeze. It has new plugs, wires, rotor and distributor cap. It had an oil change about 1200 miles ago. The radiator was replaced at about 100,000 miles. The wheels are Cragar 8" D Holes. It has a Reese Class III/IV hitch. It has a Tenkosha Prodigy brake controller. It is wired to the rear of the truck with a 7 pin trailer harness and receptacle. For help holding up those heavy loads it has Roadmaster Active Suspension (www.activesuspension.com). The rearend is a Ford 8.8 with 3.55 Ford Racing gears and I had a Traction Lock (Posi) differential installed. The transmission is a AODE/4R70W that was last serviced at about 100,000 miles and has no problem pulling my 4,000 pound trailer. I have used this truck for work but it has never been abused. It has the typical dents and dings that one might expect. The paint is still in great shape (waxed constantly since I bought it) with a little rust over both rear wheels. This truck is ready to go to work tomorrow. Serious Inquiries will please call Richard at 252-756-6045. I do not finance and will accept cash only. $4,000 or best offer.

01-16-2013, 08:53 PM
Why you selling, Richard? I may be in the market for a larger vehicle since I'm pulling my rig with a Tacoma - it would be nice to have something a little stronger.

Richard Martin
01-17-2013, 02:46 AM
It's just time. Outside of my Mustang, it's the only vehicle we have that was built in the 90's and I just want to get something newer. It's reliability is 100% and it has never failed me. Come and take a look at it and make me an offer. No reasonable offer will be refused. I've tried just pricing it at "Well, how much will you give me for it", but people then just shuffle their feet and say they don't know. So I priced it at $4,000 or best offer. I know how much I'd like to get for it but that wouldn't be fair to me to reveal. $4,000 is a bargaining price.

Richard Martin
01-19-2013, 10:38 AM
Price Drop $3400....

01-19-2013, 06:36 PM
Bum for a clean truck

Richard Martin
01-20-2013, 01:59 PM
Sold sold sold