*** 2000 F350 DRW 7.3 Diesel Lariat 4x4 *** Trade? - $21599 (Eastvale, Norco, Corona, Chino, Ontario)
ONE MASSIVE HAULER:
OK, let me start off by saying this 7.3 Diesel is only available for purchase by the manliest of men (or women). My friend, if it was possible for a vehicle to sprout chest hair and a five o'clock shadow, this Ford would look like Tom Selleck. It is just that manly.
It was never intended to drive to the mall so you can pick up that adorable shirt at Abercrombie & Fitch that you had your eye on. It wasn't meant to transport you to yoga class or Linens & Things. No, that's what your Prius is for. If that's the kind of car you're looking for, then just do us all a favor and stop reading right now. I mean it. Just stop.
This truck was engineered by Special Forces Super-Warriors in the highest mountains of America to serve the needs of the man that cheats death on a daily basis. They didn't even consider superfluous nancy boy amenities like On Star (real men don't even know what the hell On Star is).
No, this brute comes with the things us testosterone-fueled super action junkies need. It has 500,000 (500) ft lbs of Torque that can pull the space shuttle. It's got special blood/gore resistant leather upholstery. It even has a hard cover over the bed to store those zombies you just ran over (or your mother-in law). The Truck also has an automatic transmission so if you're being chased by Libyan terrorists, you'll still be able to shoot your machine gun out the window and drive at the same time. It's saved my bacon more than once.
It has room for you and the four hotties you picked up on the way to the gym to blast your pecs and hammer your glutes. There's a tow hitch to pull your 50 caliber anti-Taliban, self cooling machine gun. I also just put in a new windshield to replace the one that got shot out by The Man.
My price on this bad boy is incredibly low and I'll entertain reasonable offers. And by reasonable, I mean don't walk up and tell me you'll give me $15,000 for it. That's liable to earn you a Burmese-roundhouse-sphincter-kick with a follow up three fingered eye-jab. Would it hurt? Hell yeah. Let's just say you won't be the prettiest guy at the Coldplay concert anymore.
There's only 100,900 miles on this four-wheeled 7.3 Diesel hellcat 4x4 from Planet Kickass. Trust me, it will outlive you and the offspring that will carry your name. It will live on as a monument to your machismo.
Now, go look in the mirror and tell me what you see. If it's a rugged, no holds barred, super brute he-man macho Chuck Norris stunt double, then contact me. I might be out hang-gliding or BASE jumping or just chilling with my ladies, but I'll get back to you. And when I do, we'll talk about a price over a nice glass of Single Barrel Jack while we listen to Johnny Cash.
To sweeten the deal a little, I'm throwing in this pair of MC Hammer pants for the man with rippling quads that can't fit into regular pants. Yeah, you heard me. FREE MC Hammer pants.
Extras: 22.5" Polished Alcoa Big Rigs wheels are worth 4k alone. There are no CEL codes and all dash board indicators work. The headlights are bright HID's and all turn signals and lights work. Updated 2006 front end. Small leveling kit. Side steps. Hard bed cover. Bed liner. Tow package. LED interior lights. Pioneer Navigation, DVD player (with a hidden switch in the glove box). Clifford Alarm and Auto Start. Clean and clear title, no liens. AC and heater works. Wood trim kit. Just passed California smog this January. K & N intake.
Some areas that need attention. The compass does not turn on. The Dash Bezel trim is cracked in the middle and there is a vacuum leak for the 4 wheel drive. 4 Wheel drive works and the indicator turns on but you must manually lock the hubs. There is a small leak at the trans pan cover and could use a new gasket.
Remember the truck is 14 years old and has some blemishes but you're interested in this truck because its the last of the Great International Ford 7.3 Diesels with an average of 7600 miles per year. There is no 5th wheel attachment so this truck has not seen much heavy towing in its life.