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Old 03-21-2012, 03:57 PM
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1995 F350 7.3 PSTD

Hey all, I've been looking around the site recently and have been finding a lot of good information.

I'm looking at a 1995 F350.
Specifications:
4x4
Long Bed
Regular Cab
Manual Hubs
7.3L PSTD
148,000 Miles
No A/C
4 speed auto (E4OD)
Rebuilt tranny
Bench seat is wore out
Some rust; nothing structural
4.10 gears
5th wheel
Bumper hitch
Good tires

Used mainly as a farm truck recently, previous owner was an excavation company.

Seller want $6000 for it. Thoughts?

Mike

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Old 03-21-2012, 04:03 PM
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Go into obs pic thread and u can see them all. As far as to look for check rear shackles, cab mounts ,oil cooler, radiator crossmember,bottom of doors,windshield frame make sure it ain't rotted, check front end etc. Check for fuel leaks in the valley and exhauste leaks on the up pipes to the turbo
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On the high side. We paid $5500 for an RCLB with about that many miles, and some rust, but a 5-speed, and a super clean interior, and an envelope full of service records. An employee-driven truck like that might have some rough spots. I'd open at $4000, maybe settle on $5000. I'd also insist on the paperwork re. the tranny rebuild, or it didn't happen.
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the po having an excavation company would definatly scare me away from it for that price. it was probly used for pulling heavy loads and driven by an employee who didnt really care what happened to it the its not my money to fix it sinerio. and mine has a decent amount of rust and a couple more miles 179,000 when i got it and i paid 2300 for it
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Old 03-21-2012, 04:58 PM
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I'd also insist on the paperwork re. the tranny rebuild, or it didn't happen.
I personally know the seller - The tranny rebuild happened.
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Old 04-08-2012, 12:21 PM
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That's a pretty clean truck... 6k is still a little high.
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Old 04-08-2012, 03:16 PM
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Settled on $2,800 with a full front tank of gas, pending inspection.
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that sounds like a much better price imo
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Steal! Forgot it was a 350, rust looks pretty minimal. And you didn't say it was a two-tone.
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