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Selling a '2003 F250 7.3L ?

I'm just curious if it would be hard to sell my truck as I'm thinking of downsizing.
It's a 2003 F250 SC 4X4 7.3 Manual 6sp with 109,000 miles. I ordered the truck new.
Just used to commute prior to retirement and for hunting trips. Never towed.
Been a great truck but never really needed a diesel.
Just wondering if there's any interest in these trucks prior to committing to a replacement?
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You will have no issue getting good money for it. I know if it was 4x4 it would be worth well over $10,000.

2002 f250 7.3 4x4 256,000miles. Bone stock other than hutch mode and edge evo programer I use for gadges most of the time. I also have air bags on back for towing.
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Hard to sell? You'll be lucky if you don't get mugged by a hoard of cash wielding strangers if you put it on the market. That is the best year for a truck, the best engine ever put in a truck, and with the manual transmission? I imagine people are trying to track you down as we speak.

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I looked for a long time for a nice stock well maintained 7.3 ZF6 truck. Yours is fairly low miles, I can tell you it's worth a lot more than blue book.
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