Up for sale is my 1997 ford f250 this truck is a great truck im trying to be as honest as possible so there is no confusion with the listing. I've owned this truck for many years and always took good care of it I recently (last feb) bought a new f350 so I no longer need it the truck has been sitting since I feel it's a shame for it to go unused so hopefully it finds a good home
The good :
New exhaust manifolds one yr ago
4x4 works well
Heat works well
Ac works well
Trans shifts smooth
Fires right up
Brake box in cab
tires are in good shape
New water pump
Some new brake lines
New timing chains
New front main seal
New fuel filter
Comes with bed tool box
Plow set up
What it needs:
Front driver side brake caliper
Needs driver side window installed (window comes with sale)
Starter solenoid went bad so I bypassed it with a push button start
Rear fuel pump stopped working (has two tanks) the front fuel pump works
Could use a tune up the engine fires right up and purrrrs like a kitten but when u give it throttle it brakes up and hesitates I assume from sitting
The plow pump needs to be bolted up and wiring must b ran blade has rust spots (comes with e47 Meyers pump and wiring)
I think that's it if I think of anything else ill update and edit the listing as you can see the truck doesn't need that much a couple bucks and a weekend in the garage should do it perfect for someone handy this truck is being sold as is buyer is responsible for pick up or delivery I would recommend trailering it do to the brake caliper
ive included a bunch of pics so u can really see the overall vehicle condition any questions or for other pics please just ask thanks and good luck.. a little later i will be posting a link to a youtube video so u can hear the engine run ect...
Ford F-250 for Sale
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