2004 Ford F-250 Lariat Fx4 6.0l Crew Cab on 2040-cars
Stillwater, Oklahoma, United States
2004 Ford F-250 6.0L Lariat Fx4 Crew Cab Pickup. This truck
has a few scratches here and there, small tear in the driver seat, and a small
tear in the passenger seat. It has had regular scheduled maintenance ever since
I have owned it. Truck has been a great vehicle to own, very strong running,
and fun to drive. There are no leaks anywhere. It is listed $2000 below KBB
value in its current (good) condition. It is priced to sell. Here is a list of
the add-ons I have had installed:
SCT Livewire 9625 Tuner (with window mount and cable)
Full Metal Power Cold Air Intake
MBRP 4" Turbo Back Exhaust
MBRP 6" Tip
New 175cc Injectors
Rhino lined bed
Hankook Dynapro MT tires (approx. 60% tread left on them)
New regulator and O-ring installed on HPOP
Frontier Front Replacement Bumper
Buyer is responsible for picking up the vehicle. If you have any questions or
would like to know more, contact Jake at #580-471-7308. If I do not answer your
call, please leave a message and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
Thanks for looking.
Ford F-250 for Sale
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