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2008 CC/LB/6.4L/186k $15800 worth looking at? or skip?
After my previous daily driver got t-boned a few weeks back I have been shopping around for a replacement truck. This one recently showed up on my local craigslist..
2008 Ford F250 Crew Cab Long Box $15,800 OBO
Lock Out hubs
6.4 liter deisel
4 Auxilary hook ups
40/20/40 split front seat
Low Profile Toneau Cover
Deer print back window screen
Gets upto 18 miles per gallon on the highway
Very good running and reliable pickup. The only reason I am selling I fell into a deal on another pickup and decided to take it, otherwise I would still be driving this one every day. I have owned this pickup since the day it was driven off the lot. It is 95% highway miles with limited towing miles.
Doesn't mention trim level, but with heated mirrors and cloth seats I am guessing it is an XLT not an XL (I am going to call him on my lunch).
It has a few things that I don't want.. higher(ish) miles and a long bed, ideally I was hoping to find a CC/SB with less than 150k. But it is only marginally (about $3k) higher than most of the 2004/2005 F250's that I have been looking at and it is quite a few years newer.
FWIW, KBB values this thing between 15k-18k. And I saw a reman 6.4L at the local ford dealership a few weeks back for $12500 (unlimited mile/1yr warranty)
Thoughts? Things to look out for? should I run not walk away? Miles too high?
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2005 F250 CCSB Lariat with FX4 6.0L leveling kit, engine stock for now