Classifieds 2009 F250 Lariat FX4

We all may have customary vehicles we think of when building our first overland rig, but Adam chose a less conventional starter vehicle. Ford separates the Lariat as its luxury model and as an overland vehicle. Who wouldn’t appreciate added style and comfort to their long adventures? This is a comfortable and capable choice that needs little modification and could easily double as a daily driver.


This shows the vehicle without the wrap, which can be removed.

In full disclosure, Adam mentions there is a dent in the rear passenger side bed.

Adam is selling the Lariat FX4 for $42,000 and is willing to negotiate delivery and price. Please feel free to call or text him if you want more info (479-790-3961).



6.4 Powerstroke diesel
6-speed auto transmission

Suspension and Drive

Carli suspension 4.5-inch King 2.5 Pintop Kit
Carli full Deaver leaf kit
Carli long travel airbags
Carli fabricated radius arms
Carli hi-mount steering stabilizer
Carli sway bar end links
Carli front diff guard
Eaton Trutrac rear differential

Wheels and Tires

(5) Fifteen52 17×8.5-inch Traverse HD bronze wheels/matching spare tire
(5) 37×13.5-inch Toyo RTs

Recovery and Armor

Vice Design lowPro front winch bumper
Vice Design rear bumper with spare tire/fuel can swing-out
Vice Design rock sliders
Warn Zeon Platinum-S 12K winch
Factor 55 Ultra hook


5” exhaust
BlackMax tuner EGR/DPF delete
Only Amsoil Synthetic (every 5K)
Full fuel system replaced (10k ago)
S&B cold air intake
Dynatrac upper and lower ball joints
RedHead steering box
Baja Designs Squadron pro Amber/White pods in front bumper
Rigid Industries cube rear bumper lights
Rigid Industries single row 40-inch light bar with amber covers mounted on roof rack
Rigid Industries scene lights on roof rack 2 left, 2 right, 2 rear (each side controlled individually)
Rigid Industries white rock lights (8 Total)
ARB twin air compressor with 2-gallon air tank mounted under the bed (Air chuck in bed and 50-foot air hose)
Spod system with touch screen. Can also be controlled via Bluetooth or through in-dash iPad
Firestone F3 wireless air compressor for Cari long travel airbags
Rhino rack pioneer platforms (both cab and topper racks are mounted on roof tracks, can be removed)
MaxTrax roof rack mount
Alu-Box roof rack mounts
Snugtop XtraVision topper with LED interior lights (driver’s side front corner has small fiberglass damage)

iPad mini in-dash (Soundman CA Ipad slider kit) Factory Nav sits behind the iPad. Ipad can slide out. All factory controls still work as OEM
JL audio stealth box console sub
JL audio amplifier
The bed is wired for a portable battery box to run a fridge
Headlights have been retrofitted and painted to match factory color with Morimoto Mled projectors, LED running lights, and turn signals (white/amber switchbacks)
Mirrors have white/amber switchbacks




Lisa Williams is an Arizona native that spent much of her childhood exploring backroads with her family in whatever project vehicle her father was wrenching on at the time. She has traveled the continental United States by foot, by Ford Econoline, and, most recently, by Jeep Cherokee. All her passions center around driving, connecting with nature, and a deep love for adventure. Though a practicing weekend warrioress, she aspires to write, photograph, and eventually rally race around the globe and share her journeys through photojournalism. Upcoming goals include competing in the Rebelle Rally, the Baja 1000, and an immersion into the less-traveled roads of New Zealand in her 2019 Toyota Tacoma.