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2004 Ford F150 Xl Super Cab 4.6l V8 Stx 4x4 No Reserve! Runs Great on 2040-cars

Year:2004 Mileage:203000
Location:

Smyrna, Delaware, United States

Smyrna, Delaware, United States

I am selling a excellent 2004 F150 STX 4x4. I am the second owner of truck and know the past owners who owned it since new. The truck runs and drives perfect. Since new the truck has always had fully synthetic oil changes. The brakes were recently done from past owner but the front seem to squeak occasionally, I assume that they did not put much grease on them. The truck stops on a dime and rides amazing. Maintenance has always been done regularly.  The engine runs perfect. Myself nor the past owners have ever had a issue with it. It has the 4.6 liter v8 engine in it. The mileage is mainly highway as the owner drove hour or more to work everyday. The truck has some stains on seats but a cover will cover that or a good detail will clean it up, also rip in driver seat which could be sewed easily, the back left corner has a dent as well as front bumper.  There is no rust beside surface rust on frame as most vehicles have. There are scratches here and there from chores around house but nothing serious. The headlights are very bright they are brighter than stock headlights. The front tires have a little wear inside most likely from not having alignment done at correct time but all the tires have almost all the tread on them. I explained every detail of truck and any flaw in it even though the few there are, they are only minor ones. This is a perfect truck that will drive anywhere and last forever. The four wheel drive works perfect which will be great for this upcoming winter. The truck shifts perfect and drives like new. The heat and air conditioning both work good. The radio and cd player all work good. Everything in or on truck works as it should or better. This is a great truck for anyone looking for a reliable truck. This is a no reserve auction so highest bidder wins truck. Look at pictures. Any questions just ask. 

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