**SOLD** 1994 OBS F250 Diesel 4x4 with Callen Camper

1994 Ford F-250 Extra Cab Long Bed 4x4 IDI Turbo Diesel 4 Speed AUTO
141,xxx miles
Power Everything
37.2 Fuel tank capacity (19 front, 18.2 back)
NEW Transmission
Front DANA 60 just got completely rebuilt
Winch Bumper (no winch installed)
4.10 Gear Ratio
Callen Camper with a fresh coat of elastomeric roof coating (not sure what year, but if you are unfamiliar, they are welded steel framed shells that last forever and have a cult following)
Hankook Dyanpro ATM 315/70R17 (35x12.5) 60% tread

This truck has spent its entire life in So Cal, ZERO RUST anywhere, currently located in Ventura County (about an hour north of LA)

RECENT WORK WITH RECEIPTS: Have over $8k in receipts in last 7k miles
Transmission (E4od) got a full rebuild @ 135k miles
NEW Brakes & Power Booster @ 135k miles
Rebuilt injection pump and all new injectors @136k miles
Rear main seal, valve cover gaskets @ 136k miles
Front DANA 60 axle completely rebuilt @ 140k miles
NEW Warn hubs

The Bad:
Passenger window switch doesn't work, the switch for passenger window on the drivers door panel does however, passenger window also has scratches
Sending unit in one of the 2 fuel tanks doesn't work, the tank/fuel pump operates fine, just doesn't give a fuel level reading on the dash.
Rear sliding window of the truck is missing the locking latch.
Headliners torn, could use replacing.
A bit of play in the steering, tie rod ends maybe?
Camper interior could use some love, it leaked a bit before the rubberized roof coating was applied, some of the ceiling wood is rotten

The motor:
You're looking at a unicorn, Ford only produced a factory Turbocharged 7.3 IDI (international harvester) motor from 1993.5-1994 before it was replaced by the Powerstroke. They are known to be more reliable, and more simple than the power stroke. Purely mechanical motor, only needing one wire to operate the motor (starter) so if you're looking for a true bug out rig that could continue to operate after an EMP bomb, this is it.

I am selling this truck for a good friend as he lives way out in the boonies, he built and maintained it as a bug out rig but his family outgrew this truck and it hardly got used. You'll likely never find another one like it with such low miles.

$20k obo

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She's a beauty. Could you post some interior shots of the camper? Have any idea what kinda mileage it gets?


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The fuel sending unit issue is likely an easy fix. My 1995 7.3 PS had the same problem, and it turned out to be a crack in the brass float in the sending unit. Swap it out for a plastic one from Amazon and you're fuel gauge should spring back to life!

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