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Goodbye my early '99 F-250 Powerstroke

It's with great sadness that I announce that I will be selling my Powerstroke with 345,000 miles. No longer need it to tow my Alaskan ocean boat, now that I've moved to NC and only have a travel trailer. Starting to spend $ lately with repairs. In the shop now with possibly injector issues (original injectors). Will purchase an F-250 gasser tomorrow, so still a Ford guy. Been an awesome truck, and have learned lots over the years in this forum. Will miss the smell of diesel. Damn.

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I recall seeing you around town in the past, with your custom license plate (did you get a new one in NC?).
If your truck still looks good as it did the last time I saw it, you should get a good price for it.
Take care, and I hope that gasser serves you as well as the diesel.
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Thanks Kevin. I had the Sky*** plate and not sure what I'll get here in NC. Need to figure out a price for the '99. Blue book shows lower than what I'd expect for people who are looking for the good old 7.3s so we'll see. Will keep the '99 until I get a few loads of gravel needed for the yard. Don't want to scratch the paint on the new truck just yet!

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Don’t go by blue book. I have found it low almost all the time.

Research local Craigslist and start with a high price.

See what offers you get.

As you know, you can always adjust price lower after a couple weeks if it hasn’t sold.

Starting with a higher price should also scare off some of the Craigslist riff-raff.

The fact you are a long time and mature owner of vehicle should be a plus...although AK vehicles often are a bit beat up compared to Southern vehicles.


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although AK vehicles often are a bit beat up compared to Southern vehicles.
Only the oil patch ones.

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although AK vehicles often are a bit beat up compared to Southern vehicles.
Only the oil patch ones. [IMG class=inlineimg]/forums/images/TheDieselStop_2015/smilies/tango_face_wink.png[/IMG]
I don’t know. I just finished a project near Coopers Landing and those vehicles from there to Homer just scream uninsured & are held together by duct tape...and not even the good Gorilla Duct Tape!


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