2002 Ford F150 Super Crew Fx4 Lariat " Original Owner " Georgia on 2040-cars
Leesburg, Georgia, United States
I purchased this 2002 FORD F150 Super Crew Lariat truck "NEW" from Albany Ford in the summer of 2002. With the exception of the leather covering on the driver's seat, a small crack in the center console lid, and a heel spot worn on the driver floor mat the truck interior is in excellent condition. The left front fender has a thin line scratch that has been professionally touched up. There are no dents, rust, or damage anywhere on the truck. This past November a lady pulled out in front of me from a parking lot and hit the right corner of the black plastic valance beneath the front bumper. The black valance and the front license plate holder were replaced with new factory parts. There has never been any other damage to the truck. I had to file a police report in order to get the lady's insurance to pay for my repair so this may have generated a report to CarFax ( I was told that if a police report is filed then the info of the accident goes to CarFax ), but I am not certain as I have never have any reason to buy a CarFax for my own vehicle.
The truck has a little over 197,500 miles as I drove 50 miles daily to work and we always went on trips in the truck. The truck is in excellent operational condition and is in very nice physical condition as well. The oil and filter has always been changed on 3,000 mile intervals. The tires are in very good condition and the battery is about 4 months old.
Since the truck is a LARIAT it comes with practically every option available in 2002 except a sunroof. The truck has a factory AM/FM Radio, Cassette player, and CD Player with Six Disc CD Changer. It does have the 4X4 option but I have never been off road four wheeling in the truck. Over the past 12 years I have put it in 4 wheel drive in my yard three or four times just to exercise the 4 wheel drive system. It also has the factor trailering package. It also has a Ford factory bed liner.
I am only selling the truck because I am now retired and thought about getting me one last new vehicle before I take that ride off into the sunset. I'm pricing the truck well below Kelly Blue Book value in hopes of making a quick sale. Please feel free to ask any questions. I can be reached at 229 869-3898.
The truck can be picked up in Leesburg, Georgia unless other arrangements are made prior to purchase. An immediate deposit is required upon purchase and the remainder due by Cash or Bank Cashiers Check when vehicle is picked up.
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