While the Ford Expedition hasn’t historically been a model that anyone considers to be a collectible vehicle, that hasn’t stopped a handful of folks from listing their low-mile examples on collector car auction sites as of late. We saw this earlier in November via a 1998 Ford Expedition with just 40k original miles showing on the odometer, and now, we’re seeing it again with this rather nice 1999 Ford Expedition XLT that’s up for grabs at Cars & Bids, too.
This 1999 Ford Expedition has a rather low 53k miles showing on the odometer, and as such, it remains in stellar condition save for the typical scratches, paint chips, interior wear, and one dent in the driver’s side running board. On the outside, it’s finished in Ebony and fitted with 17-inch alloy wheels and tow hooks.
Inside the cabin, this big SUV features a Medium Prairie tan cloth interior with adjustable pedals, power windows, mirrors, and locks, plus rear audio controls, and a premium sound system with an AM/FM radio and a six-disc CD changer. Thanks to the option Convenience Group, this particular Expedition also touts privacy glass, a removable fold-flat third seat, and front captain’s chairs with a floor console.
Power for this pristine 1999 Ford Expedition XLT comes from the naturally-aspirated Ford 5.4L V8 Triton engine, which was factory-rated to send 260 horsepower and 345 pound-feet of torque to either the rear or all four wheels via a four-speed automatic transmission and a dual-range transfer case. At this point, it’s difficult to say just how many people might be interested in such a fine example of this generation of Expedition, but we’ll find out in a few days when the hammer falls on this particular auction.