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Old 03-30-2011, 03:33 PM
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2003 Ford F350 Heavy Duty LARIAT 4x4 7.3L Powerstroke Diesel DRW. It has 16,450 original miles. This is a "true" barn find. This truck was stored in a tin barn on a small farm in Southern Utah. It was owned by a retired Air Force mechanic who passed away a few years ago. It has been driven and maintained since his passing. It is in pristine condition with very minimal wear and tear. The color is Sonic blue with grey leather interior. Truck looks just as great in person. 1 owner. Not sure why autocheck says 2, as you can check above its only been titled once. I have the original title. It has absolutely no rust! Sold new at Gaudin Ford in Las Vegas NV. It has never had any issues. Its never been chipped, lifted, or modified in any way. Everything is in factory stock condition. It has the famous and hard to find 7.3L Powerstroke Diesel. It has all the standard Lariat features plus a bed liner and a trailer brake control. It has a 6 disc factory radio, auto trans, keyless entry/alarm, 4.10 limited slip axle, privacy glass, 4X4, dual power seats, tow mirrors, shift on the fly 4x4, back up sensors, dual alternators, trailer tow pkg, power pedals, and much more. This truck runs and drives like it rolled of the show room floor yesterday. The automatic transmission shifts perfect, the engine runs perfect, and the stock suspension is solid. The tires have about 80% tread remaining. All the power windows, door locks, etc work great. Everything in the truck works. A/C and heater work great. NON SMOKER! The grey leather interior of the F350 is in very nice condition, with minimal wear. It has always had floor mats covering the carpet. The truck leaks nothing at all! It fires right up in the morning!

The truck has very very minor/light wear and tear. This maybe the nicest lowest mile 7.3L on the West Coast! The paint is glossy, and the body is free of dents other then normal wear. It does have a scratch on the drivers side rear wheel lip molding (see pictures below). There were minimal scratches in the bed of the truck but I did install a bed liner (see photos below). The inside is in exceptionally nice condition. It is a 2003 truck so one of the very last true heavy duty Fords with the famous 7.3L diesel, before they got all the emissions stuff the new ones have. Never in an accident! This truck needs nothing and is ready to go! This is a NO RESERVE auction and the high bidder takes the truck home. Please do remember that it is used and does have slight wear and tear. Feel free to call me at 702-813-1429. We are a licensed, bonded, and insured car dealer here in Las Vegas and Nevada residents will be charged sales tax. There is a $250 doc fee also added onto the closing price. As-is. Shipping rests in buyers hands. If you choose to fly in and drive home I would be more than happy to pick you up at the airport. A $500 paypal non refundable deposit is due within 24hrs, and full payment is due within 5 business days. If you have 0 or only negative feedback please contact me prior to bidding, otherwise I may cancel/block your bid. If you have any questions or would like more pictures please feel free to call me at 702-813-1429 {Jon}, or you can email me through ebay. Thank you. Jon
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i i want!!!!!! it. i think i just fell in love
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how come in one pic no bed liner and in the next abrakadabra bed liner? and is the gear select correct? no third P,R D,2,1. just asking
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how come in one pic no bed liner and in the next abrakadabra bed liner? and is the gear select correct? no third P,R D,2,1. just asking


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Old 03-30-2011, 04:28 PM
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how come in one pic no bed liner and in the next abrakadabra bed liner? and is the gear select correct? no third P,R D,2,1. just asking
i think the bed was removed to show proof that it wasnt covered for damaged like typical used trucks one would buy

and the 7.3s had the 4r100 4 speed automatic. the 6ohs had the 5speed and included the 321
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Old 03-30-2011, 04:33 PM
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how come in one pic no bed liner and in the next abrakadabra bed liner? and is the gear select correct? no third P,R D,2,1. just asking
Bed liner was probably removed because lots of dealers will throw a drop in liner to cover up gooseneck/5th wheel holes and then say that the truck has never had a hitch in the bed. Most people don't think to check it.

And it doesn't have a 3 because it's a 4 speed auto as mentioned before.

And, this truck was already posted like 3 threads down.
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repost eBay find... 7.3L fans, soak it up--
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btw the owner said he had added the bed liner, if you read all of it. lol
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