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2014 Ford F-250 Super Duty Excursion Conversion Up For Auction

The Ford Excursion was discontinued in 2005, but some creative owners have given the full-size SUV new life in the form of Super Duty conversions. These conversions take parts from the long-dead Excursion, turning the pickups into custom three-row SUVs. One of these unique machines has recently been placed up for auction on Cars And Bids, a 2014 Ford F-250 converted into a modern version of an Excursion.

This vehicle began life as a 2014 Ford F-250 Lariat with the Platinum Package and FX4 Off-Road Package. The third-generation Super Duty was taken to Custom Autos by Tim in Guthrie, Oklahoma, where it was converted into a three-row “Excursion.” This includes a working rear wiper, vent windows and a high-mount brake light. It also rides on a set of custom 18-inch KMC XD829 Hoss II wheels. It’s finished in White Platinum Metallic with a Pecan interior.

Power in this unique 2014 Ford F-250 Excursion conversion is sourced from the Ford 6.7L V8 Power Stroke Scorpion engine, which is rated at 400 horsepower and 800 pound-feet of torque, more than enough to give some pep to the pickup-turned-SUV. All those horses are routed through either the rear two or all four wheels via its six-speed automatic transmission.

With 65,500 miles on the odometer, it’s no shocker that this SUV conversion has a bit of wear and tear. There are some rock chips reported, scratches around the exterior door handles, wear on the driver’s seat, a scratched center console and scuffed interior plastics. It also had the radiator and engine gaskets replaced to address some leaks, but other than that, it seems to be in decent condition.

The 2014 Ford F-250 sold for $65,370 when it was new, before it was converted into an Excursion lookalike. The auction will close on November 3rd, and the high bid is currently $35,000 at the time of this writing.

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Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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  1. Jham

    I never owned that generation SD (I have a 22) but I am of the opinion that the 08-16 SDs had the most sensible interior to date. That HVAC vent design and low/high visibility dash is next level. Both of which are lacking on the 23s.

    1. Jham

      Vertically low (relative to the driver) and high visibility dash*

  2. J Hammer

    The conversion was missing a few parts but worth the price

  3. Craig

    This is an Excursion with a face-lift, not an F250 that’s been converted. The interior was updated as well, but it’s always been an Excursion. Get your facts straight, you’re the “Ford Authority” and yet you missed basic facts.

    1. Martin

      You sir are an imbecile…get YOUR facts straight.


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