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Old 08-14-2013, 01:05 PM
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OBS to SD: Found a 2000 XLT Manual/single cab

Hello all,

I found a 2000 F350 XLT Manual trans single cab its red. Has normal rust about rear fenders, looking to fix/replace, tailgate has rust will need replacement has slight but not bad under rust, front bumper bumped, grill is cracked, headlights fogged, interior practically mint, has 117,000 miles, batteries need replacement. Owner replaced oil pan.

What would your price be? He is asking $10,500


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Old 08-14-2013, 01:30 PM
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thats a lot of stuff to fix, and then repaint.and that costs money.

id say like 7.5-9k unless the other guy is fixing everything before he sells it.
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Around 8.5-9k
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I'd be looking to pay less than that... 7500 or even lower.

I bought my truck, a 1999 f250 lifted 6", never seen salt so 99% rust free, new transmission, lariat leather seats swapped in, 212000kms, DP tuner and gauges all for 6000$
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How did he replace the oil pan? The right way?
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paint and body work is not cheap. could end up being THOUSANDS of dollars.
does he have any maintenance records?
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How did he replace the oil pan? The right way?
I second this. This could be the yes/no factor.


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X3 the right way being motor pulled, flipped upside down, and the pan re glued.
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X3 the right way being motor pulled, flipped upside down, and the pan re glued.
That be it. I've heard of the front crossmember being cut to get pan dropped. Other way lifting the motor not pulling it putting new pan on. Then sealing the pan with motor upside right. Never get the proper seal. Chances of leak are right there.


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hmm, not sure I will contacting him this weekend. So proper way to pull the motor and flip it and re glue it or replace and glue it....?

I was going to offer $6,000 my top would be $6,500

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