1996 Ford F-250 Supercab w/Utility Bed


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As much as I hate to do it, I am putting my truck up for sale. Two kids in college does not leave much extra for dear old Dad. Here is the link to the build thread I started.


I had shoulder surgery in April so I have not done much to the truck lately.

Here are the particulars.

1996 F-250 Supercab XLT
173,000 miles
7.5 460 V8 with 5 Speed manual
Power windows and locks and cold AC
5 - 285/75/16 BF Goodrich All Terrains (about 2500 miles) on 16x7 American Racing Wheels (Have three extra wheels also)
Stahl High top Utility Bed
Rebuilt front steering linkages
Added two additional leaves to rear spring packs
New front brakes
New plugs, wires, distributor cap, and rotor
Smittybilt Defender Roof Rack
Hi Lift Jack
New Muffler

I would not hesitate to jump in and drive it anywhere. It does need new shocks which was next on my list.

I told my wife I had about $7500 in it but we all know that has a substantial fudge factor.

Asking price is $7500 without roof top tent. With the tent, $9000. It is a Tepui Autana Ruggedized. Used one time.

Located in Dallas, Texas



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"I told my wife I had about $7500 in it but we all know that has a substantial fudge factor."

Nope....none of us would ever be that deceitful......

Nice rig. GLWTS

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No, it is still for sale. Not sure how big of a motorcycle that you have but it should. I built the truck to haul mountain bikes and they fit great all assembled. The bed is 4'x8' with a 5' ceiling height. I have started looking at motorcycles because sometimes a mountain bike just runs out of power.



Im talking a dirt bike. Like a 250/450 enduro. It should fit fine with those specs. I would have to crouch and secure it. I have the same truck but a 350 single cab. 460/5. As soon as I got it and started to map the build I knew needed EC. I am about a month from being ready. Good luck it's a beauty if youre an obs guy.

Edit. Would you possibly be interested in a 3 grand 80 series and the rest cash? No tent.


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Price lowered to $8000 or $6500 without roof top tent. Added Bilstein 4600 up front, Monroe Load Levelers in the rear and a new water pump. Just got back from a 1500 mile road trip and the truck ran great.

Thanks for looking.