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Old 09-06-2014, 04:55 PM   #1
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2001 E350 7.3l Diesel Work Van Extended Pristine Condition


***PLEASE NOTE VAN IS COMPLETELY EMPTY OF TOOLS***

For sale is my 2001, Ford E350, extended length, work van with, the much sought after, International 7.3L diesel engine. It has 195,433 miles on it and is in absolutely PRISTINE CONDITION!

Recent improvements, with in the last 1,500 miles, include:
1. New exterior and interior paint job.
2. Rearview back-up camera
3. New rubber cargo floor and sliding door step trim piece.
4. Prime Design, drop down, aluminum ladder rack with stainless steel hardware. Model VBR216. Over $800 on the internet. No rust stains running down the side of my van.
5. Optional Prime Design, aluminum, 3rd ladder rack cross bar. Over $200 on the internet.
6. Mirror tinted windows on the rear doors.
7. Rear door window security screens.
8. External rear and sliding door puck locks.
9. Mul-T Lock puck locks. (Super special key unlike Masterlock keys.)
10. Tool shelving to accommodate hand tools, power tools and Home Depot 12 gallon and 8 gallon totes. Shelves are dimensioned so that these totes will not slide around.

Other notable features include NEW TIRES with in the last 2,900 miles and passing the Maryland inspection in the last 1,500 miles.

I have a recent engine oil analysis stating the engine is in great shape and the oil does not contain any fuel, or coolant, or shows signs of abnormal wear. Iíll be more than happy to e-mail this to you.

Other repairs, with in the last 16,000 miles, include:
New fuel tank, fuel pump and fuel lines.
New shocks, upper and lower ball joints, tie rod ends, and radius arm bushings.
New heater hoses.

Presently there has been over $7,000 put in to this van, in the last 16,000 miles, in repairs and upgrades. Iíll be sorry to see it go.

Carfax available upon request.

Payment shall be in the form of a cashiers check, from a reputable local bank, that will be able to verify itís authenticity before my signing over of the title.
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Old 09-06-2014, 05:03 PM   #2
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Re: 2001 E350 7.3l Diesel Work Van Extended Pristine Condition


Pics are clear but I don't see a price.

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I neglected to list the price. I'm asking $8,999.

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I neglected to list the price. I'm asking $8,999.

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Great price in fantasy land....
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Matt,
Just to help you out...
Did you check out Edmunds or KBB to obtain appraised value and then adjust for the repairs invested?
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Two words and they aren't thank you.
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Just to help you out...
Did you check out Edmunds or KBB to obtain appraised value and then adjust for the repairs invested?
Yes I've looked at KBB and to add up what has been done on top of it, it would be WAY more than I'm asking. Thanks for your input though.
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That looks like a good price to me. Looks like you took good care of her and with all the extras in the back, I don't think you'll have a problem selling at that price.

You guys must not know about the 7.3s. It really is a sought after motor. We got 19 year old trucks for $20,000, being sold like hot cakes here in AZ just because of the 7.3.

So after seeing what I have seen.....$9k is a damn good price for that van.
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Thanks CrpntrFrk,

I appreciate your insight. Perhaps I'll post it on CL in Phoenix.
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You can see more pictures here on EBAY: http://www.ebay.com/itm/221542462340...84.m1558.l2649
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That is a good price on that van, Matt. Just retired same van with 340000 miles. Still runs like a top. Body shot. Bought another one from Indiana last June for 8000 with 120000 on it. Beautiful shape but had to do ball joints on it. Love those vans.
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If this were 2 months from now, it would be sold. Thats alot of van for the money
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If this were 2 months from now, it would be sold. Thats alot of van for the money
Well for asking price I might be able to hold on to it for two months. Where are you located?

I do have 4 guys lined up to look at it this weekend.

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That looks like a good price to me. Looks like you took good care of her and with all the extras in the back, I don't think you'll have a problem selling at that price.

You guys must not know about the 7.3s. It really is a sought after motor. We got 19 year old trucks for $20,000, being sold like hot cakes here in AZ just because of the 7.3.

So after seeing what I have seen.....$9k is a damn good price for that van.
Its the original tranny thats the issue i have two of them great trucks but the tranny is the weak link once you get over. 100k
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Its the original tranny thats the issue i have two of them great trucks but the tranny is the weak link once you get over. 100k
Having been a very, very frequent visitor to "thedieselstop.com", since 2000, it appears that most tranny problems are caused by hot rod chips or excessive towing that over heats the transmission.

I presently have a 2000, F250, with the same engine and transmission, with 227,000 miles on it, and it has been problem free.

Furthermore the van does not have a tow hitch installed on it, so it should be free from problems imposed by those loads.

In summary, I think the transmission should be in excellent shape.

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Honestly, the transmission to any diesel is the weak link. Especially with all the torque they produce. I mean the new 6.7 Scorpion puts out 440HP with 860 ft/lbs torque. WOW!
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Do the Craftsman chest come with It? That's a clean work van!!
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Do the Craftsman chest come with It? That's a clean work van!!
Bet you could take care of that, eh Moore?
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Bet you could take care of that, eh Moore?
HEY!! I spent all day yesterday cleaning my Truck out !! Not just the big trash ! All of it! I can see the floorboards !!!!

Spent $15 at the car Washa just to pre -wash It!
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