1997 Ford F-250 Power Stroke 4×4 Pickup Has Under 50,000 Miles

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There’s a certain number of truck fans out there who much prefer older trucks compared to new vehicles. For truck fans who lean towards late 90s Ford trucks, a 1997 Ford F-250 Power Stroke 4×4 pickup has turned up for sale on Bring a Trailer with impressively low miles on the odometer. The odometer shows that the truck has 49,384 miles on the clock since brand-new.

This truck was heavily optioned in its day, complete with a Power Stroke turbocharged 7.3-liter diesel V-8 engine and a four-speed automatic transmission. A two-speed transfer case and four-wheel-drive, along with the extended cab make this a highly optioned truck for the era. We particularly liked the two-tone paint job with Medium Opal Gray and Ebony on the outside with a gray cloth interior. Other features include factory air conditioning and a factory CD stereo along with a trailer brake controller. The bed is covered in LineX and has a gooseneck adapter in the center.

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The 1997 Ford F-250 Power Stroke 4×4 comes with all factory literature and has a clean Carfax report along with a clean Maryland title. The truck has had a recent fluid and filter change and is ready to drive wherever the new owner wants to go. The black running boards blend in a bit with the dark paint along the bottom of the truck, but it will make it easier to get in and out of the beast.

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The truck rolls on polished 16-inch wheels with BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A tires that have been on the truck since 2014. The selling dealer has the truck up for auction, and it ends tomorrow with the current bid at $21,000. Back in October, another 1997 Ford F-250 turned up with the seller asking nearly $48,000 for the truck.

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Source: Bring a Trailer

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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