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It honestly depends.
I have a 2013 6.7 with 30k miles and love it. It rides great, handles great, awesome features, power, comfort. You name it. Everything one could want in a truck (in my opinion)
That being said, with a 100k miles, you are "likely" looking at a 2011. 2011's had some bugs that were worked out into 2012 and 2013 models, but there were some bugs. I'm sure 95% of them are fine, but if you aren't, they are very expensive to repair.
I would however purchase a 2012 or especially 2013 with that. If it's at 100k, then the warranty will be out and you can delete emissions to alleviate any potential problems in that department if you wanted. Or keep it stock and see if you have issues, if not, keep it as is.
Other than the select few that have had issues with the 6.7's it seems most people are very very happy with them.
2013 F250 Lariat CCSB - Firestone Ride Rite, Bakflip F1, B&W 5th Wheel Hitch, Carli 2.5" with track bar, Fuel Maverick 20x9, Toyo MT 35x12.5, Bushwhacker Extend-A-Fender, Weathertech Mats, Recon 3rd Brake and Mirror Lights, PTM Mirror Caps
2013 Crossroads Elevation 3912 - Loaded