Loaded, lifted, versatile, and affordable, this 2000 Ford F-250 Super Duty is the 4×4 that has a monster truck look and go-anywhere ability.
This truck has an instant presence. The Dark Toreador Red Metallic is an attractive factory color, especially since it looks like there was a proper respray later in life. It has a good shine that goes with polished pieces like the grille, chrome bumpers, and bed rails. And we love a F-250 Super Duty because it’s already large and in-charge. And this personality is only amplified by upgrades like the lifted 4×4 stance, Bully tubular steel side steps, color-matched fender flares, and big 20-inch Mickey Thompson wheels. And of course, there’s a ton of usefulness in this truck. You have a strong bed liner and a proper hitch on the back with wiring hookup.
The interior is both versatile and comfortable. The extended cab has rear half-doors that give you extra room to carry more people or a secure place to store your gear. Up front, are two high-back bucket seats. These offer plenty of comfort with fold-down arm rest and new leather covers. A loaded modern pickup like this means you never go wanting for features. It includes power windows, power locks, power mirrors, a tilt steering column, and cold air conditioning. The stereo has been upgraded to a modern AM/FM/CD touchscreen that includes Bluetooth.
The 5.4-liter Triton motor is part of Ford’ line of modular V8s. So that means you get a fuel-injected powerhouse that has a hardy nature and also like upgrades. It’s easy to get into four-wheel drive with the two-speed transfer case on a selection knob in the cab. And you have the lifted stance and Mickey Thompson Baja tires to maximize the off-road fun. The four-speed automatic transmission is long-haul ready with overdrive comfort. Plus, power steering, cruise control, and four-wheel power disc brakes w/ABS make for a great driving total package.
Location: Concord, North Carolina, United States
Price: $21,995 <- check here if it's still available
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Originally listed on February 15, 2021. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.