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2000 FORD F350 4X4 Crew Cab, 7.3 Power Stroke Diesel, 212,518 miles - $4,500 (LAKE CHARLES)

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2000 ford f350
condition: fair
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: 4wd
fuel: diesel
odometer: 212518
paint color: green
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: pickup
2000 Ford F350 4X4 Crew Cab, 7.3 Power Stroke Diesel, 212,518 miles.

A Central Florida truck from the time it was new until 2020, I bought this truck from its original owner in February 2012. It was used to tow a tool trailer and concrete pump and received careful maintenance as a fleet vehicle. In 2020, when we drove the truck to Louisiana to be used for delivery of metal roofing for our steel roof fabrication business. We sold the business in early 2024, and before we traveled to Louisiana to drive the truck back to Florida, the truck was STOLEN from the metal roofing shop parking lot.

We reported the theft to the Calcasieu Parish sheriff, and because a surveillance camera recorded the theft, we had a good lead. The truck was spotted on I-10 on June 5 while pulling a construction trailer and was stopped, the driver was arrested and the truck was impounded in Sulphur. Look at the photos, and it is apparent that the truck has had a rough life during these past four months. Notice the missing dually fender on one side, the damage to the right-front fender, etc., and the broken windshield. The tailgate also was replaced—it is NOT an F250; it is an F350. And the Texas license plate? Not ours—it might be stolen.

It was running fine when we last saw the truck. However, not knowing anything more about what the truck has gone through in the past three months, we consider it best to sell the truck in Sulphur. The terms are CASH, no warranty, as-is, where-is. We have a clear Florida title in our company’s name which I will FEDEX to our attorney in Louisiana to furnish to the buyer in exchange for your cash payment. Call or email with questions you may have.

THIS TRUCK IS A 4X4 AND HAS THE SOUGHT-AFTER FORD 7.3 ENGINE WHICH WAS WORKING FINE WHEN WE LAST SAW THE TRUCK. AND WHEN THE SHERIFF RECOVERED THE TRUCK, IT WAS PULLING A TRAILER ON I-10, SO IT MUST BE OPERATING FINE. But look at the pictures and make your judgment.


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