2005 F350 6.0 liter truck value

Discussion in '6.0L Powerstroke Diesels' started by Tyee II, Nov 13, 2016.

  1. Tyee II

    Tyee II Registered User

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    I know this is a loaded question but would like to see a few opinions as to the value of a truck I am considering selling.
    2005 F 350 6.0 liter,automatic transmission, air, cruise and tilt, single rear wheel, 2 wheel drive with a utility box and custom rack. The truck has 180,000 miles I am the original and only operator of the vehicle, oil changes every 3000 miles all major services have been kept current, no modifications ( unless something was done by Ford during the warranty period, I know early on there was something done with the turbo and there has been some EGR work done ) The truck starts and runs good, it does have what I have read is called stiction when starting in cold weather but it smooths out quickly as it warms up and runs fine with no smoke. The truck is in what I would rate good condition by the Kelly Blue Book and NADA guides. There prices have quite a bit of variation and I know that demand by region plays an important part in determining a value but just wanted to see what the opinions are of some that have far more experience than I with the Ford Diesels. I am located in the Portland OR area.
    Thanks in advance for your replies.
     
  2. rjglenn

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    Because of the utility body and rack it's not going to appeal to many people. However, those that it does appeal to would be willing to pay a little more because they will see it as the tool it is. Does it have an incomplete vehicle VIN? If it does that is going to be a problem too because there goes all the potential teen buyers; they won't be able to insure it because commercial insurance is expensive for young people.
     

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