FS 1992 F150 with low miles -guaging interest (possible trades)

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1992 F150 XLT 4x4 extended cab

With the kid getting big, and my fishing buddies getting bigger, the back seat of my beloved F150 is just not quite what I need anymore. I bought this truck in 2013 from the original owner and it's been very, very good to me. one of those I said I'd never part with.

Never hot rodded, off-roaded (other than crawling around dirt roads and boat launch accesses)

But... I think the time has come. My plan is to sell it for something like a mid 2000s Suburban or Expedition. Open to trades on something like that, or hoping for $4k cash.

5.0L V8
Automatic
Short bed

101,000mi - very low mileage for a truck this age

interior is a 9/10 - almost like new. very nice, comfy bucket seats in the front.

Includes Canopy

Wrangler Tires have lots of life left

Exterior - a few paint flaws on the hood (basically sap markings from a tree it got parked under a few years ago). A dent right above the passenger side running board, behind the door. It's not super small, but I typically forget it's there.

I can get more photos in a few days. I took it to the shop for service and have it looked over to make sure it's healthy for the next guy. I'll post up the couple I have to show it.

Any questions, please feel free to shoot me a message. This is not something I'm in a huge hurry to dump off on someone, so there is no urgency on my end. Just trying to see what kind of interest there is on it so I can make up my mind.
 

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This should have sold by now-$4,000 won't even pay the tax on a new extended cab 4X4!
Haha, seriously. I should probably list it for 5, but I can't find much to back up that kind of request as far as current listings. All I know is I haven't seen another 4x4 in its condition on the market.

Anything less than that, and I probably will opt to just hang on to it. I'm going to be replacing it with a vehicle I'm not going to have the same kind of fondness for, but it's what I need right now.
 

Rob Allen

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Haha, seriously. I should probably list it for 5, but I can't find much to back up that kind of request as far as current listings. All I know is I haven't seen another 4x4 in its condition on the market.

Anything less than that, and I probably will opt to just hang on to it. I'm going to be replacing it with a vehicle I'm not going to have the same kind of fondness for, but it's what I need right now.
What makes old fords valuable is being diesel. That's a nice looking truck.
 
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No worries. I’m on the east coast and I was just out in Oregon and I was thinking I should buy a truck out there and drive it back because everything out here looks like hell.