Fun with Classifieds!

jon coleman

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the key is to pull the trigger at the right time and sell your ultra rare diesel at peak market before the bottom drops out, my 95 subaru is Very Rare, 340k, it has the non op a c, reverse gear non op, loose tie rod option, its really hard to find one , 79k, or trade for a class 10
 

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Yeah, the short bed isn't rare by itself.

It is the combo of:
-F250 chassis/ D50 TTB
-Crew Cab
-7.3L Powerstroke

And apparently, that with factory ford black paint and grey interior makes it especially rare.

That truck is not for the average Joe Schmoe who is looking for a disel.

I had basically the same truck but white, bought new in 1997 to pull my work trailers. It was my first diesel after driving Toyota's forever. I have driven diesels ever since, but only long beds now for me....no more F250 "grocery getters" for me!
 

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I have been thinking of selling my Diesel,
I don't even know what to ask because it is unique
1997 F250 4X4 with 7.3L ,TTB Long travel, 4 link
what do you guys think I should list it at?
Current picture is Grey Paint

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My son has a low mile d2500 mega 4-4 for sale . 2017 or 18 i think . I think he is in the $54,000 range . Divorce sucks . He is going to drive our little shop truck and save some money for a while .
 

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I have been wondering why this one hasn't sold yet. I feel like I see it pop up on the classifieds every 3-6 months. Not perfect but looks like a decent truck. I'm not in the market but I feel like these are a good size. Thoughts?

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I have been wondering why this one hasn't sold yet. I feel like I see it pop up on the classifieds every 3-6 months. Not perfect but looks like a decent truck. I'm not in the market but I feel like these are a good size. Thoughts?

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Dude, that thing has enough tubing to build 2 1/2 NASCAR cup cars with, which is ironic 'cause it will need a NASCAR motor to lug all that weight around! LOL. Easily $20,000 in tube work alone. Looks like a bargain to me.
 

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thin skin??, no way, maybe a 3am cold sweat 'oh crap' what t f am i doing'??, ( all racers go through it), i hope MTP stayes in this thing called motorsport👍( whats up with this cat?, i have my hatch open, at pb point, and kitty just comes in, moves crap off my dash and takes a nap!, jeeeez....
 

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MTPyle

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Haha not leaving Offroad racing. Just upgrading LOL
Looked at our tire change time and decided we need on board jacks. Not worth adding to this truck.

but thanks for your support. Hehe

Mike
 
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