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Old 02-03-2014, 02:37 PM
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E99 price check/ help!

Hey guys, I own a 05 6.0 (sig truck) and not too familiar with the 7.3s let alone the E99. I found a E99 F350 XLT 4x4 reg cab black with the silver bottom BONE STOCK. There is 1 original elderly owner, a friend of his family is taking care of the sale who is somewhat knowledgable with trucks/diesels. It has 138k on the clock and includes a 8' fisher plow that's only been used on his own driveway with the exception of a few neighbors. Has a leer cap on it with newer tires and no rot/rust on body just a few scratches on the passenger side from parking next to bushes in their driveway. The guy handling the sale says the owner always took care of it and it's starts right up and no mechanical issues or leaks. He is asking 10k orbo but realizes that it is just a starting price and said he will definitely negotiate for a cash price after i take a look at it and drive it (tomorrow afternoon). If everything checks out, and it is as clean as he says, what should I be offering? Thanks

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Really 10k sounds fair to me if its all that its been made out to be. The plow is part of why id say that. With that said I would offer 7 in the hope of getting it for 8. That's me though and the market i'm familiar with in my area.
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I was just worried about big repairs like transmission or injectors or any 7.3 issues i dont know about coming up due to the fact that its 16 years old at this point (1998 build date) and dont want to dump any money into it. I was going to pick up a f350 gasser reg cab for plowing but i stumbled upon this and considered i might be better off with another diesel for this price and due to the fact its local (15 min away) and in supposibly great condition all around so i wouldnt care about using it as a daily driver as well. I figured i could throw on a nice exhaust and do a few styling upgrades like tinted windows and a nice toolbox. Also the plow is a fisher which is still a good plow but its not a Western contractor grade or anything crazy that would really drive up the price.

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I agree with Russell $10k is very fair as long as the plow actually was only used for personal driveway and few neighbors.

Probably could get it for $8500 though. Regular cabs are not popular by any means but the low mileage helps it out. 138k is nothing for a 7.3.

Mine had 305k before it got a reman engine.
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Sounds fair to me for the miles, and around here a regular cab would go for a premium to a farmer looking for a good low mileage work truck.

My brother bought a e99 with 50k on it earlier this year for 15 not a scratch on it, was a foreman's truck from a construction company and clean as could be.

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Sounds far to me for the miles, and around here a regular cab would go for a premium to a farmer looking for a good low mileage work truck.

My brother bought a e99 with 50k on it earlier this year for 15 not a scratch on it, was a foreman's truck from a construction company and clean as could be.
$15 with 50k miles. Depends 2wd xl. Its not that good of deal.

CCLB lariat. Then that's a good deal
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Old 02-04-2014, 09:53 AM
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Regular Cab 4x4 xlt, most farmers here dont want a cclb.
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Used to be that way here. Most farmers here are following the trend now. CCSB loaded.
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There are a few moving that way but not many yet. I would rather have the CCSB but hard to find one of them low mileage at a decent price.

For my family having a back seat would just turn into a place to put more crap that you never can find, but when driving the regular cab it always seems you end up with 4 people wanting to go somewhere and no one has a cc.
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