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post #1 of 6 Old 10-28-2011, 01:48 AM Thread Starter
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I am looking at a 1995 F-250 Powerstroke, Regular Cab, Long Bed, 5 speed manual Tranny with 109000 miles on it, it is 2 wheel drive. Has A/C, PW, PL, Tilt, Cruise, Dual Fuel Tanks. I can get it for around $6500.00, it is in good shape for its age, no issues, may need new tires. Do you guys think this is a good deal? I am considering it, this will not be my first diesel truck. I know they are good for a lot of miles with the right maintenance.
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I've never personally had a 95 2wd, but if it's anything like a 4wd, I'd say you got about 300k of driving left on the old girl.I don't know where you live,ie. rust belt, but 6500 sounds like ahell of a deal. Good luck!
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that sounds like an amazing deal, usually with that low of miles these go for 10k plus. you should try and find out about the maintainance history on it. thats pretty sweet though!

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Sounds high for a two-wheeler. My wife paid $5500 each for an ECLB and RCLB 4x4, both '95 XLTs with 5-speeds. One with 150,000-ish, one with only 63,000. So yours would be right in the middle. For a 2WD truck, I'd say $4500-5000 is more in the ball park.
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Sounds high to me?

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Sounds just about rite to me, if its not in the rust belt, I paid $5700 for my ecsb in ga, rust free and almost 200k looked and ran great with a few goodies on or in it.

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