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1993 Ford F-250 4x4 Camper Edition $6500 OBO - $6,500 (North Fort Myers)

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Bayshore near Tamiami

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1993 ford f-250
condition: fair
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: 4wd
fuel: gas
odometer: 222000
paint color: blue
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: pickup

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I’m looking to see what the interest would be in my truck. I will be selling it in the next 2-3 weeks once my other one is fixed. Please email me if you have interest, but understand I cannot sell it until my other one is fixed.
EDIT: Removed the option of trade for a trailer. I found a killer deal on a perfect one.
Bonus: If you but this for the asking price I will include an entire Ford 460 engine ready to be built with it. See my other listings for more information!

1993 Ford F-250 XLT Heavy Duty Camper Edition, 4x4, Regular Cab
V8 351 Windsor engine with 222,000 miles
Dual Dana 60 Axles, heavy duty leaf springs front and rear due to the camping package, 4x4 works perfect. Had all the axle and transfer case fluids changed less than 10k miles ago. Oil changes every 4500 – 5000 miles since I have owned it. Oversized 33’ tires are still good as well

This has been my daily driver for almost 2 years, if I wasn’t getting my other truck fixed and moving, I would not be selling this. It’s a great truck. Has never left me stranded or given me any issues. The truck runs awesome for its age and mileage. Runs very strong and is still pretty quick. If you are a Ford guy, you know it’s really hard to kill a Windsor. Had it at 75 MPH this morning on the bridge cause some guy in a Van was being a PITA. It still moves very well. Turn off the overdrive and it just wants to take off. It’s pretty loud but sounds good. The new exhaust and headers give it a great sound, especially when you tromp on it. I hauled a 7500# camper from Immokalee to Cape Coral with no real issue other than getting much past 60 MPH. Then hauled it from the Cape to depths of Lehigh with no issue. Takes the highway with ease at 70 MPH. It seriously is a great truck. If I hadn’t bought a 1996 4 door F-350 for the move to Alaska, I would truly keep this and keep working on it. I really enjoy this truck. However, I don’t think it would make it to Alaska. That is asking a bit much of it.

The Bad:
Needs an Oil Pan Gasket (Badly) but it does not smoke at all
Gas Gauges do not work, however I have new fuel pumps and sending units for both tanks ($220)
Oil gauge twerks when the engine has warmed up. I can’t explain it any other way, it just bounces.
No A/C, heater works fine, but the temp adjustment knob broke, so to adjust the heat you have to pull the wire. You’re in Florida, how much do you need the heat?
Cab mounts are rotted through. The front of the cab sits on the frame. It’s not a big deal other than when you hit a bump it is painful. However, I have new floor pans, front cab mounts, rocker panels, all new rubber mounts and bolts for all mount points. ($700). It’s all in the massive toolbox in the bed. I never had the time to get it to someone to weld it up.
The bed has some rot. I have put 25 bags of mulch back there with no issue though.
The body has some rot as well, but it’s not bad. The frame is fine
The brake light and ABS light came on last week. I have heard a slight metal sound from the passenger side when on the bridge and the sound bounces off the barrier, so I am pretty sure the brakes need some work. Still stops fine now though, so they can’t be that bad. I checked the brake fluid and it’s fine.

The Good:
I had a new exhaust including headers put on when I bought it. ($1800)
New Shocks ($259)
New plugs and wires about 3 weeks ago ($125)
Cooling System Flush and new thermostat about 3 months ago ($105)
New battery about 4 months ago ($207) (Insane!)
New Starter 4 months ago ($95)
New Solenoid a month ago ($28)
I have replaced most of the interior. The blue bucket seats came with the truck, but I have replaced the floor insulation and the carpet. The upgraded radio was there but I added in a small amplifier and truck box speakers (Wedge Type) behind the seats. I have new door speakers in the toolbox. No time to install. They will connect to the amplifier too. I also have 2 new 3 point tow mirrors in the tool box that you can install. I lazily and poorly built a wooden console when the passenger seat was not in the truck, so it’s too big but it all still fits. You’ll understand when you see it. But it has 2 very large cup holders and a very large area you can load up with papers or trash or whatever suits you. I also have 16 gauge steel plates for the interior side of the rockers to give it a nice clean look, but I have not installed them yet.
I know there is more I can tell you, I just can’t think of it all right now. I bought the truck at the wrong time and overpaid for it. Quite a bit more than I am selling it for. I have put a fair amount of money into it and am providing a ton of parts to continue to upgrade the truck. Knowing how good a runner it is, how reliable it has been for me, and all the parts I am providing I feel like $6500 obo is a very fair price for an OBS truck.

Email me if you have any questions. Yes, this is a real ad and no I do not need help selling it. The truck can be seen in North Fort Myers after 4:00 PM most days or I can meet somewhere local to Downtown FTM or NFTM, even the Cape to a degree.

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