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Old 02-10-2010, 05:22 PM
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$7 000? what can I get

If I wanted to put down $7000 max 7500, what would I be looking at in terms of a 7.3L. I wanted maybe a 2000 or 2001 but I'll to see what I could get. Are there any out there for around that price? been lookin on ebay a bit but theyre all almost 10 grand. Thanks.
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thats what ur goign to pay for a 7.3L people want these trucks and the sellers know they can get that for it good luck
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i had the same problem. i could not find a DECENT diesel pickup for around $10,000. i ended up taking out a loan and buying a 2005 f-350 with 82k good luck
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i had the same problem. i could not find a DECENT diesel pickup for around $10,000. i ended up taking out a loan and buying a 2005 f-350 with 82k good luck
ah alright, not the answer i wanted to hear i guess but that's the way it is. Back to work then
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You can get a nice obs. Aint a super duty but hey
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big chris where are u located at
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You can get a nice obs. Aint a super duty but hey
I was thinkin about that actually
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big chris where are u located at
I'm living in Montreal now but I make my way down to NY state every week
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Pretty frequently you can find a few Superdutys in the midwest with miles over 200,000. Usually 99s or 00 models that are in fair shape and being sold by an individual, not a dealer. I haven't seen many around 7 but will see them in the $7500-8000. Some with the high miles are ratted out junk but sometimes they are high miles that are in great shape and were maintained highway miles. Good luck.
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I Paid 13k for my 2002 cc/4x4 w 200k miles. It is a rust free oklahoma truck with only 1 or 2 small dings on it. great condition runs great. just has a few electrical issues, which ine was fixed when I replaced my VSM. I still need to figure out my door ajar issue. but its hard to find a good used 7.3 here.
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