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What's it worth? 2000 7.3 4x4...

I have a friend wanting me to look at a used 7.3. It has the following setup...

2000 7.3 F350 4WD
31,000 miles on a rebuilt engine. (unsure of reason for rebuild or the extent of the rebuild at this time)
16,000 on a rebuild automatic xmission and xfer case (again unsure of reason for rebuild or extent of at this time)

interior has no rips or tears it has a vinyl floor
11 foot flat bed with gooseneck hitch brake box and reciever hitch
new windshield
2 new batteries
new glowplugs

I appreciate any insight you guys can provide on this truck and info for anything I should look out for.

thanks again,

Craig
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There's a lot more we need to know... How many total miles? What shape is the body in? What was it used for? I'm just going to take a shot in the dark and say it's a $5,000 used up, rode hard and put away wet fleet truck.

Late 99 F250 ext. cab 4x4 Lariat 7.3
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sorry, at this time this is about all I know about the truck. The only other thing I know is that the asking price is $7,000. I will know more tomorrow and update this post...

thanks for looking
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Well, I was close... I was going to guess 6-7,000 at first, but I'm part jew, so I entered 5,000. If you need a work truck, sounds like a decent one to consider.

Late 99 F250 ext. cab 4x4 Lariat 7.3
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yeah, I'm not too sure about this truck. I still need more info and will get that tomorrow. The truck is going to be a short haul farm truck. My buddy is a "tax" farmer, and I'm sure this vehicle is a write off . He's only got about 10 head of cattle and needs a truck to get them around...
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I have a friend wanting me to look at a used 7.3. It has the following setup...

2000 7.3 F350 4WD
31,000 miles on a rebuilt engine. (unsure of reason for rebuild or the extent of the rebuild at this time)
16,000 on a rebuild automatic xmission and xfer case (again unsure of reason for rebuild or extent of at this time)

interior has no rips or tears it has a vinyl floor
11 foot flat bed with gooseneck hitch brake box and reciever hitch
new windshield
2 new batteries
new glowplugs
That right there is why the engine and trans were rebuilt, guaranteed. It was a heavy haul truck with super high miles. Other evidence is the vinyl floor (with crank windows, wanna bet?)

For the use you stated it will be for, as long as it is not rotted out, leaking various fluids all over the ground and runs and shifts as a truck with rebuilds should, it sounds like something to look at. $6-7K would be a decent price.
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That right there is why the engine and trans were rebuilt, guaranteed. It was a heavy haul truck with super high miles. Other evidence is the vinyl floor (with crank windows, wanna bet?)

For the use you stated it will be for, as long as it is not rotted out, leaking various fluids all over the ground and runs and shifts as a truck with rebuilds should, it sounds like something to look at. $6-7K would be a decent price.
sounds like the price may be in the ball park then. I will know more when I look at it and talk to the seller.

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