[More pics coming as soon as I can get to a good parking lot to take them] Sad to see it go but need to prioritize my small business's health (aka $$$). I recently completed a custom overland build on a 2006 Ford F-250 Lariat 4x4 Supercab longbed and am looking to sell it to someone looking to overland / overnight vanlife camp. Please don't lowball me as I really want to keep this truck (and still might) but just exploring offers to help keep my business afloat. If you are interested, please reply back with this and we can set a time up for you to come to look at it. I can travel to you, but will charge $$$ depending on distance. No spam, trades, etc., please. I believe in honesty and transparency, so will give you every bit of info I have on it. Vehicle information (the good): - 2006 F250 Lariat, Supercab (4-doors), longbed (8 ft.) - 6.0L Diesel - New transmission with 3-year warranty and unlimited miles - New motor @ roughly 186,000 miles - New alternator, new radiator, new transmission cooler, the list goes on...this is basically a new truck mechanically. - 2-inch / leveled lift - Brand new > 2,000 miles Goodyear Ultraterrain tires (35") - Previous owner had the motor replaced, I had the transmission replaced, lots of $$$ into the truck - Pretty sure it was repainted in roughly 2015 or 2016, but color is black with some sparkle - Passes emissions with >99% efficiency - 4x4 and hubs work like a champ (pulled 3 people out of snowbanks this year already) Vehicle information (what you should know about) - Couple of rust spots on the back-left wheel well (quarter size) - Couple of dings, dangs, dents, but overall good looking - Interior is really nice. A couple of oil stains on the carpet and the leather is slightly worn, but it is a 15-year old truck - Seems the previous owner knew about transmission so I had to have it replaced. It was $6,300 in total and I bought a brand new Ford transmission from a Ford dealer, instead of a used or rebuilt one - Carfax does show an accident but that didn't bother me as it runs like a champ - It is 15 years old, so please don't nitpick minor wear and tear - Back-right window kind of sticks a bit rolling up, but it will roll up - Make sure to have good parking, this is a loooooooooong truck - I just manually lock the hubs in, but pretty sure the pressure lines might stuck (never really checked them). Overland equipment included (now this is no Scout camper or majestic RV) - Custom-built, insulated camper built into the bed of the truck. Completely waterproof, insulated, and very nice. - Laminate flooring, tough-and-groove molding. - Small bed with memory foam - Under-bed storage and bins - Propane heater (Mr. Buddy) with exhaust vent - Counter space / racks to store food & essentials - Butane burner / stove to cook on - Interior lighting Dimensions of custom camper: - Length: 8 feet - Width: little over 4 feet at base, then opens up to roughly 6 feet and some change above the truck bed - Height: 4 feet (you have to crouch a bit. Again, this isn't an "RV" so don't expect a shower, etc.) If you like to live that Colorado outdoors life, this truck might be for you. If you just want a work truck, I'm sure you can take the camper out and just burn it or something, but that would be sad. [I don't know if hashtags work on here but am going to put them here anyway] #vanlife #overland #ford #f-250 #f250 #truck #worktruck #camper #customrv
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