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Hi there,
Own a 2014 6.7 myself, but joined the forum to get everyone’s opinion on a list price for selling a 2000 F350 7.3 Supercab 8ft bed with 19k miles. Sadly my father passed away of a heart attack a couple months ago and this truck was his baby. He liked it so much he kept it immaculate and liked looking at it more in his shop than using it. Always been garaged, paint is perfect. He recently put new tires on, new tonneau cover before he died and has a matched fiberglass canopy for it. He ordered it from the factory and had camper tie downs welded to the frame. It’s a beauty and I am sure there are not many of these trucks in this shape/mileage around any more. I am in charge of selling it for my mother and wondering if you guys could point me in the right direction for list price and even a platform to sell it on to get maximum proceeds for her. I will attach a few photos. Thanks in advance for everyone’s info and help during a hard time. Kyle
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Nice looking truck. If I were you, I'd keep that. That being said, depending on your region, someone could easily pay $17-30k for it. Rust free with 19k on it.
 

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Great looking truck for sure. Where in the country did you Dad reside with this truck?
 

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That's amazing...perhaps Barrett Jackson or similar might be the best option. An auction is about the only way to gauge a price like this, and those buyers like unicorns like this.
 
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First, condolences on your loss. Second you could try Gateway Car Connection. They sell trucks like this. By the way, what are you looking for in terms of price? A truck like this would easily get $30k minimum and maybe $50k or more on the high end.
 
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There's a dealer down here in Houston who specializes in older diesels with (relatively) low mileage. He's got a similar truck with 64k miles listed for $31k:

RBP Auto 2001 F250

He may not get that much, but if your Father's truck only has 19k miles, and is a 1-ton, you may be able to get that, or more, if you find the right platform/buyer...

You might look into listing it on bringatrailer.com or Hemmings.com.
 

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Tough call because it’s a supercab long bed. That’s probably the least desirable configuration. But the miles are what’s special. I’d guess 25-30?
 

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Boy, I don't see that as least desirable ... unless you are in CA.

OP - Sorry to you and your mother for the loss.
 

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NO NO put it on bring a trailer auction it! You will see the 30+40s look at the history of the last 7.3 with low miles.

Here is a 2000 28k miles went for 30k

 

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All I can say is that I'm sorry for your family's loss. Beautiful truck. The man sure did take care of it.
 
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Boy, I don't see that as least desirable ... unless you are in CA.

OP - Sorry to you and your mother for the loss.
I didn’t mean it as the truck is undesirable, that certainly wasn’t the way I meant it. I think almost everyone would agree the crew cabs are the most desirable, then even the regular cabs have gotten a pretty strong niche market. I would consider a super cab short bed to be next on the list.
 

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Yeah, I'm sitting here thinking, do I like Teal?
 

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Thanks for responses guys. I honestly would keep it but with a 3 yr old and a newborn, the crew cab I have makes more sense (car seats are huge). He did take very good care of all his things and I myself spent many of his birthdays waxing it up for him! I will look into the auction sites and hope it goes to someone who will care for it as well as he did!
 

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I know the money looks good, but you would be foolish not to put that truck away for when you kids grow up.
That’s what I think as well. I’ve got a 65k mile CC SB 4x4 7.3 and I’ve told my wife that if something happens to me, keep the truck, put it under a cover inside my brothers warehouse, and give it to my son when he’s 16 in 12 years.
 

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Especially since it has to be “paid for”... I would keep it as you will never find another like it. Use for your “Sunday” truck.
 
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