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Old 12-03-2022, 09:09 PM   #1
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2002 Ford Excursion XLT 7.3L Diesel 85,700 miles - California



85,700 miles, , no damage, like new

automatic transmission, brake controller, towing mirrors, 3 bench cloth seats, non smokers , a receiver hitch, running boards, cruise control, A/C, operator manual, 3 key FOBs, serviced, every 5k miles, newer Michelin tires, roof rack, after market back up camera 800. I have the sales sticker, but I can't find it at that moment it lists all the features.

Exterior: Interior: Clean Title Original Owner

selling family vacation vehicle.

GREAT Christmas gift!!!.



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Old 12-04-2022, 05:22 PM   #2
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Good luck with that price….
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Old 12-04-2022, 05:35 PM   #3
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Good luck with that price….
If you've been following sales of 7.3 trucks and Excursions the last couple of years you would be surprised. My bet is it will sell close to or at that price. There have been similar ones sold at more than that.
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Old 12-04-2022, 05:41 PM   #4
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People are nuts. Tho the new diesels are junk. Who knows
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Old 12-04-2022, 05:46 PM   #5
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The 7.3 and mileage is a plus, the XLT is a minus.

To come close to the asking price will require getting it on BAT where they tend to sell for the most money. Often said on BAT "GLWTA". In this case, GLWTS.

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Old 12-04-2022, 05:59 PM   #6
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Kelly Blue Book estimates $12K to $15K for a private party sale. Seems 46K would be a reach. Of course there's always that special person....
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Kelly Blue Book estimates $12K to $15K for a private party sale. Seems 46K would be a reach. Of course there's always that special person....
KBB does not seem to be reflecting some of the recent sales. I had my 7.3 truck appraised in April by a licensed vehicle appraiser for insurance purposes and the appraisal came out 70% higher than KBB's average private sale value.
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Old 12-05-2022, 10:25 AM   #8
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Kelly Blue Book estimates $12K to $15K for a private party sale. Seems 46K would be a reach. Of course there's always that special person....
They routinely sell for more than 50k. Fully restored the are into 6 figures.
On bring a trailer they are usually 40 to 60k.
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I know it's hard for some to understand, but it's true, this just sold last week on BAT and is very close to this Excursion.

As suggested, BAT is the place to sell this unit. Good Luck to the seller,

https://bringatrailer.com/listing/20...-excursion-69/
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Old 12-05-2022, 04:38 PM   #10
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I like the idea that it is a rear wheel drive (assumption). It should tow better and have a higher payload.
I have a 2000 6.8 and had to put some money into it to make it tow worthy.
Seats are torture devices.
Springs were designed for soccer moms with stiffness somewhere between an F-150 and an F-250. The Ex weighs about 1,500 pounds heavier than a similar wheel base F-350.
This Ex for sale has potential, but to make it a really good tow vehicle, more money has to be dumped into it.
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Old 12-05-2022, 05:39 PM   #11
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We sold our 2011 Ford 250 with a 6.7L TD with @ 36K mileage for $38K three years ago.
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Hi - Thank you all for your positive comments and suggestion of BAT. Selling our family vehicle is obviously a new experience for me. Blessings,
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Wow, that's a beauty- best of luck selling it! I know it seems high priced, but that's a reasonable price these days-, especially for a low mileage example. No one is building anything like it anymore... 3/4ish ton SUV, a simple and drop dead reliable motor that is infinitely tuneable & repairable.
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Nice rig. You’ll get a good price if you’re patient. I found mine last year after a few years searching. 2005 4x4 V10 with 53 k miles one owner and paid $23k. Wanted the 7.3 but most were crazy high mileage or rust buckets. Put F-250 truck springs all around and tows perfect. Hauls the kids, grandkids and three dogs plus canoe on top dragging the 25’ Classic all over the place. Wish they still made em.
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Good luck with that price….
Ford Excursions, and late 90s early 2000s Toyota Land cruisers are in fact commanding premium prices. The millennials want them. He should have no problem selling. Those Excursions are like nothing else on the road today, especially with the 7.3 which is considered one of the best diesel motors ever made. Very hard to find these vehicles original that have no rust. Those Excursions tow like a dream. I've got the 05 I picked up with 24,501 miles V10, 4.30 gears and love it. Only complaint gas mileage. Used primarily for towing and road trips with the kids. We can fit everything in her.
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