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I would say yes, mainly because it is an 06 which was a better year for the 6.0, and with the high mileage, most of the major problems would have been fixed by now. That being said, It would be good to verify whether it has had the major problems common to a 6.0 and then find out how they were fixed. What kind of head studs used, injectors, EGR, etc.
I would do a little research on the vehicle first, but I wouldn't shy away from it just because of the motor and mileage.
2003 F250 FX4 7.3L CC/SB Lariat
S&B Intake, DP Tuner F5 60T/60E/80E
Wicked Wheel, Autometer Gauges
Muffler Delete, AIH Delete, foil delete
BrightBox + FogLights mod