Engine Size
460 V8
Transmission Type
Body Style
Pickup Truck
Body Color
Interior Color


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This 1996 Ford F-250 XLT is a Crew Cab Short Box that came from the Pacific NW so it is a clean and rust free truck. This is an extremely nice Ford OBS Crew cab with the very desirable short box bed. It is getting very hard to find nice examples of this truck now and you can see this truck was pampered and cared for. It was always stored indoors and maintained consistently over the years. The body on this rig is very clean and straight and it appears to still have all of its original paint. The color is Oxford White and the paint is still in beautiful original condition. It still has all of its original chrome, trim and bumpers and they are in excellent shape. This truck has a leveling kit on it and the front bumper was shimmed out slightly to fit the bigger tires. It has a great look!!!

The interior on this F250 is about as nice as they come . It is super clean and in near mint condition. Everything is original with the exception of the upgraded stereo. It is rare to see 3/4 ton trucks with an interior so nice. The headlights, brakelights, taillights, and turn signals are all working. It has power windows and locks which are working and tilt wheel. All of the gauges work, the cruise works, heat, wipers, and horn are working. This is an AC truck and it appears the AC is blowing cold but it is hard to tell how cold in this weather. It also has Weathertech Floor Mats.

Mechanically this truck is top notch with over $8,600 of recent maintenance backed up by receipts. It runs and drives excellent down the road and it recently had a complete tune-up by the last owner. He also recently did brakes, new u-joints, front ball joints, and replaced all fluids. The engine is the original 7.5L 460 V8 that runs strong with no issues or red flags. The transmission is the E40D Automatic that was replaced by Jasper around 20,000 miles ago. The transmission shifts nice and it is mated to the Borg Warner Manual Transfer Case. The 4WD works like it should. The rear axle is a Sterling 10.25 with 4.10 gears and the front axle is a Dana 44 TTB with 4.10 gears. This is all sitting on a nice set of Weld Aluminum Wheels and a newer set of Goodyear Duratrac tires size 285/75/16.

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