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You have to judge off what your looking at, in relation to what the above said, if you've got a beat up 2007 with 190k on it, it's probably someone's work truck, if you find a 2004 with 60k on it, your probably into either someone's extra vehicle only used for towing, or a truck that was broke most its life...
Mines a 05, with 72k when I bought it, perfect inside and out, lifted since 20k miles... It was someone's truck who does exactly what I do with it, drive around town.. No long haul trips, just cruising around, it had never been tuned, and the oasis report was relatively clean... So I was comfortable paying what I paid, had this exact truck had 140k on it, I still would have paid a good amount for it... Had the interior been beat up, and all dented outside, I would have just passed it up, even at 70k miles
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2005 F-250 PowerStroke 6.0 ** SOLD***