1997 F250 XLT 2wd with only 64,000. The paint isn’t perfect and the interior isn’t either but she’s complete. Runs and drives as it should actually drives really well, everything works including AC and heater. Has Oregon plates and title. Title in ha...
1997 F250 XLT 2wd with only 64,000. The paint isn’t perfect and the interior isn’t either but she’s complete. Runs and drives as it should actually drives really well, everything works including AC and heater. Has Oregon plates and title. Title in hand serious enquiries only. Located in California
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