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Old 03-09-2012, 10:50 PM
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check out this truck for sale

1994 FORD F350 DIESEL DUALLY
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Old 03-10-2012, 05:39 AM
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Looks like a nice rig for a 2wd... Wierd though that they say spotless inside and out, and a non-smoker when it has a smashed up fender and a cigarette burn hole in the seat....

It dosent say if its a turbo or not, early 94's still had the 7.3 IDI... If it has the idi I would say the price is a little steep...

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I would say the price is a little steep...
the price is a lot steep
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Old 03-10-2012, 05:53 AM
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the price is a lot steep
Well if its an idi it is, if its a powerstroke then with only 46k I would say the price is pretty close...

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Old 03-10-2012, 06:12 AM
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2wd too so that keeps the value down
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Old 03-10-2012, 06:22 AM
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Original, non smoker owner, but cigarette burn in seat
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Old 03-10-2012, 08:24 AM
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I do belive it is an IDI. I am pretty sure it has to be a manual to be a Powerstroke in 94.
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Old 03-10-2012, 08:29 AM
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Yeah, only manual in the 94.5 or 95 powerstroke
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Old 03-10-2012, 11:17 AM
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well i have a 95 dually.. its auto.. but there was no 4wd option available.. so its not like "they didnt get it".. you just couldnt.. to be totally honest, i did want 4wd when i was looking for a truck, but since ive owned it theres maybe been about 4 or 5 days that i would have actually used it in the last 5 or so years.. ive never gotten stuck..

i really dont think the price is that far off if its a powerstroke.. i mean, if the ONLY thing keeping the inteior from perfect is one small burn, in an 18 yr old truck, then c'mon.. agreed the rear fender is ugly, but for $1,000 that truck can be put back into PERFECT condition. (if there are no issues being left out). no amount of money can remove 18 yrs of work, winters, road salt and rust.

honestly i know pride of ownership is always a factor, but i dont get why most people will almost always say "that truck will last forever" as soon as they hear its a diesel. true, if the engine is kept up, THAT will run for decades, but the rest of the truck is still the same as any other. there is nothing you can do to remove milage and use off of bushings, ball joints, bearings ect.., that utlimately will detertime how the truck rides and responds.. if you consider the milage, and if it really was kept in a heated garage its entire life, your looking at a truck that -respectively- has about 4 yrs worth of driving on it. IMO thats definitely worth a few extra $$ upfront on the purchase.
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only if i could find deals like that sooner.... thats not to far from me tho
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