$10K OBO TAKES IT ALL-MAKE ME AN OFFER!!!
If not it goes for trade by the end of the month-gotta get the wife in a decent car somehow...
2003 F350 Regular Cab XL (Work package)
7.3L bone stock
SRW 4x4 A/T Manual hubs
Ice cold AC (recently recharged/seals replaced/105 orifice valve installed)
New transmission cooler
New GPR (I thought it was bad-turns out it was the plugs)
1 year old NAPA Gold batteries
Underhood battery tender
Block heater with cord
Front hubs recently serviced
New front control arm and recent alignment
2.5" Rough Country leveling springs in the front
Class III hitch
V3 with 60 gallon combination toolbox/tank
New main fuel delivery line from V3 to engine (the old one blew)
I'm also selling the truck with the complete filtration system so this would be a perfect turn-key opportunity for someone looking to get into running SVO. Here is the list of parts:
Dieselcraft OC-20 Centrifuge
Pressure relief valve and associated plumbing ("set it and forget it" so you don't have to babysit it)
Heater pipe constructed of schedule 80 black pipe and fittings + 2 4500W heating elements/thermostats
3500 psi burst pressure flexible hydraulic lines (this thing is blowout proof)
1/2 HP Industrial grade 1725 RPM motor with aluminum pump mounting bracket
Haldex 0.9 GPM Hydraulic pump (mated to motor)-perfect match for the OC-20
Shelco 20" cartridge filter housing (for pre-filtering) with 4 extra filters
2 HF Clear water pumps-I used one for transferring oil between barrels and one for filling the truck
35' of 5/8" rubber fuel house
OPW Fill nozzle with backpressure cut off
Steel pre-filter and centrifuge barrels
All associated plumbing, wiring, switches, etc...
New 55 gallon poly drum with hand transfer pump (I used this to carry extra fuel on a trip to Maine)
And now (full disclosure) some of the issues with the truck:
Dents and dings - The front of the truck, hood, fenders, etc...are pristine. The driver's door has a dent as does the passenger. Both are completely fixable, I just never bothered to. There is some rust starting on the bottoms of both doors. The worst part of the body is the infamous rear wheel well rust which has eaten all the way through in places. The bottom line is it would not be hard to restore this truck to looking brand new.
Glow plugs - Few if any of the glow plugs are working at this point. The truck will start (grudgingly) in single digit temps thanks to the new batteries, but I plugged it in every night last winter so as not to beat the crap out of them. Because I always had access to electricity overnight I never bothered to replace them. I never noticed a difference in my electric bill. Plus it was nice to have practically instant heat/V3 switchover on freezing mornings.
Tires - The truck has 265/75/16 General Grabber A/Ts that are basically at the end of their lives so the truck will need tires. You could buy some time by rotating them.
V3 - I was unlucky enough to get a bum Scorpion and didn't purchase a warranty with it so the V3 is not functioning at the moment, but all it needs is a new motor and it's good to go.
Overall this truck has had a pretty good life. I bought it used in 2003 from the dealership that sold it new. It had been the take-home truck of the Buildings and Grounds Supervisor of a local college. The truck was never towed heavy (no 5th wheel) or plowed with. I used it as a daily driver and firewood hauler for about four and a half years. It's no Lariat or King Ranch but it would make a great work truck or just a daily driver for someone who likes a no-frills (no power windows/locks to act up, etc...) truck. The truck is located in NW Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Call Matt @ 908 437 8475