Molly is an extremely well taken care of truck. She's been good to me for the last few years and I've been good to her. The number one thing you should be looking at with high mileage vehicles is the maintenance records. They're worth their weight in gold because they provide peace of mind that the vehicle has been taken care of and will remain reliable well into the life of your ownership. I had an extended warranty with bumper to bumper coverage, which allowed me to get any and all necessary repairs done without skimping on parts, price, or whatever. All maintenance has been done at a Ford dealership and every repair or replacement is warrantied with full records and receipts for every step of the way. With all of that out of the way, here's a little more detail. I purchased this truck stock from the dealership in December 2019 with a certified pre owned warranty and purchased an extended premium warranty that is still active for another month or so. Here are some details on the truck cab and quality. - Massive panoramic sun roof - Sliding rear window - Bluetooth, XM radio, cruise control - Built-in power inverter that provides up to 400w power in the truck cab. This allows you to plug in your regular wall chargers for things like laptops, phones, air pumps, coffee grinders, etc. - FX4 package which includes skid plates under the motor, transmission, and fuel tank. - All black leather interior with no major damage, fading, discoloration, or wear. (There is one small puncture on the driver's side rear seat, from a friend's pup whose nail poked through.) - Only a few tiny dings/paint chips. Some scratches from trees and brush, but far from obvious (see pictures!) Below are some of the additions I've made... - 3" level kit installed in the front - 2.5" level kit installed in the rear (this levels out the stance of the truck, since trucks come stock with the nose a little lower.) - 35" Goodyear Duratrac all terrain tires (with ~20k miles on them) - Leer high top camper shell with felt lining and sliding windows on driver/passenger sides - Rhino Rack roof rack - Rhino Rack cargo box - Yakima cargo cage In the bed of the truck, which is 6.5' long btw... - A collapsing bed frame that expands to fill the width of the truck bed, or collapses to occupy only half of the width. - Storage shelf and cubbies on the driver's side, spanning the length of the truck bed. This provides a great shelf the whole length of the bed, as well as storage space between the wheel well and the front of the truck bed, between the wheel well and the top of the truck bed, and finally been the wheel well and the tailgate. - An under bed drawer that spans the entire length of the truck bed and fits all of the kitchen items + more - Cargo net on the ceiling of the camper, which I use to store the insulation that goes over the windows at night.
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