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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by spcfoor, Jan 9, 2007.
I am looking at a f350 crew cab 4 x 4 with 200k for 10,980. What is your opinion of this? Thanks
what year is it xl xlt lariat what else does it have
what year and how many owners? what was replaced? transes tend to go (e4od) autos the 6 speed stick are better
Im sorry it is a 2000 7.3l turbo diesel 6-speed. towing package cd player. Dont know about the owners or what is was used for.
Thats a lot to spend on a truck that you don't know the history on. I would have it checked out really goodby a mechanic. get it up on a rack and inspect the suspension and look for bad leaks, or history of previous leaks. A lot of places will steam clean the underside of a truck so you can't see all the oil leaks and crap that is stuck up there.
thats a lot of miles but kelly blue book is saying its worth it but be sure to go over it with a fine tooth comb what do you plan on using it for
It was at a local dealer and went and looked at it and it was in horrible condition. It wouldn't start and the seats were all ripped up. I told them thanks but no thanks. Really appreciate the advice.
It's a little high. I almost bought an F-350 XLT Crew 6.5 bed 4x4 loaded 7.3 auto for 15,000 with 145,000 miles and still had lots of power and life yet.
That truck with 200K is worth $8,000, not a penny more, especially since it's a manual.
I rotated my F350 XLT CC srw4x4 7.3 with just a tick under 100k and it went outright (no trade in) for 20,900 clams. The truck was perfect and had a some nice options on it. In my area, 1 ton diesel (7.3) 4x4's don't last long on the block.
Trouble is to replace that unit almost cost me another 20k, but it was a Lariat
it was an 02 model