2001 Ford F-250 Super Duty Xl Extended Cab Pickup 4-door 5.4l on 2040-cars
Elkton, Virginia, United States
Engine:5.4L 330Cu. In. V8 GAS SOHC Naturally Aspirated
For Sale By:Private Seller
Body Type:Extended Cab Pickup
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Model: F-250 Super Duty
Options: 4-Wheel Drive
Trim: XL Extended Cab Pickup 4-Door
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control
Drive Type: 4WD
Disability Equipped: No
Sub Model: XL
Exterior Color: White
Number of Cylinders: 8
Interior Color: Gray
2001 Ford F250 Super Cab
Recently inspected / Good until March 2014
5.4 Liter Triton V8
4 Wheel Drive
Power / Tilt Steering
Power / ABS Brakes
White with Gray Interior Cloth (No tears or stains)
AM / FM Radio
Brand New Items Include:
CUSTOM FENDER FLARES
ALL (8) COIL PACKS REPLACED
NEW CHROME BUMPERS (FRONT AND BACK)
RAPTOR NERF BARS
UPPER AND LOWER BALL JOINTS
Needs minor motor and 4x4 hub work. Perfect for the mechanic!
On Apr-13-13 at 20:22:47 PDT, seller added the following information:
It has a little knock. Sounds like maybe lifter? Still runs good.
The hub work does not effect its drivability in 2 wheel drive; however, the spring on one side is weak, which causes it to try to engage occasionally.
Just put a new temperature control switch for the air conditioner, and it still does not work. I think I bought a bad switch. It does not have a bad compressor, just the temperature control switch is faulty.
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Auto blogFri, 19 Apr 2013 21:30:00 EST
Here's the thing about China: The folks buying cars there have a very different set of standards than shoppers in many other markets around the globe. While we all drool over hot metal with bold designs, and while we appreciate automakers going an extra step to inject even their cheapest offerings with aggressive and interesting cues, that sort of sheetmetal sex appeal doesn't always sell in the People's Republic. Case in point is Jaguar, which may be designing a more traditional-looking version of its XJ for the Chinese market, or more to the point of this story, Ford currently sells the less-exciting, last-generation Focus compact in China right alongside the new one.
So consider this new Shanghai-bound C-segment concept a preview of what's to come for that more traditional, budget-minded, less-sexy market. More proof of this pudding: Ford's even calling this concept the Escort - a nod to the Blue Oval's compact car days of yore, and a name that stirs up thoughts of basic, affordable transportation rather than great driving dynamics or bold design. "Customers in China described seeking a vehicle that is stylish - but not one that is arrogant or pretentious," Ford states. And this new Escort concept previews a possibility of providing exactly that for this rapidly expanding automotive market.
What you're looking at, then, is one of the most simple Ford designs we've seen of late, though it still incorporates all of the automaker's latest DNA. The signature hexagonal grille is front and center, flanked by attractive LED headlamps and chrome-rimmed foglamp housings. The entire car's design focuses on clean, smooth surfaces, with one strong character line flowing from front to back just below the beltline. We will say that the car looks decidedly more premium from the rear view, where narrow, horizontal taillamps with an LED accent give the car added visual width. Bland as it may be, it's a handsome little concept, though fear what would likely happen if all of the conceptual details get dumbed down for a production model.
The record-setting Hennessey-powered camouflage Ford GT we showed you at this time last year headed back to the Texas Mile and managed to bring home yet another record. As you may recollect, last year saw Mark Heidraker's machine sprint to a record 257.7 mph thanks to propulsion from its twin-turbo 5.7-liter V8. The big mill sucks down race gas, and this year the creation pulled off a 267.6-mph run over the weekend. That feat set a new record for the event. Something tells us neither Heidraker nor Hennessey are done squeezing more thrust from this machine.
This particular Ford GT has already gone through a number of permutations. Hennessey started by tweaking the factory supercharger set up before abandoning the blower in favor of two turbos. Since then, the crew has poked and prodded it to coerce as much grunt as possible out of the car. We expect Hennessey will probably come out with a video of the record-setting run shortly, but in the meantime, you can see a couple of videos of the car's runs in Texas below (one of which actually captures the record run). Enjoy.
Lee Iacocca oversaw the birth of the Ford Mustang back in the 1960s, rocketing the new pony car nameplate into million-unit sales territory in its initial go-round and cementing its place in the history books. Thus, we were immediately drawn to this latest episode of Jay Leno's Garage, in which the funnyman hosts Iacocca for a look at the origins of Ford's most iconic sports car. The legendary auto exec is looking notably more frail than when we last saw him, but if we're being asked around as a video guest when we're 89 years old, we'll consider that evidence of a life well lived.
Serial No. 0001 is on hand for the occasion for Jay's romp through history, as is the historic Mustang 1 showcar from 1962. Of course, the all-new 2015 Ford Mustang GT (in prototype form) makes an appearance at the end of the episode with chief engineer Dave Pericak, as well. Get some, below.