1999 Ford F350 XLT 7.3 Lariat

This massive F350 dually features both the sought after 7.3 Powerstroke engine and a 6-speed manual transmission. The body and paint on this crew cab present very well and the total mileage is at 166k. Additional modifications include a 6″ lift, 10-lug wheel swap and a 4″ exhaust. Many Ford pickups suffer from rust issues over the years but this vehicle looks to have been spared, which only helps to add value

Find this F350 on eBay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1999-Ford-F-350-LARIAT/263401800854

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2015 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 Duramax Diesel

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Here is an example of a worked low mileage Silverado 3500. This 2015 only has 4800 miles! Its got the 6.6L Duramax engine mated to a 6 speed Allison transmission with 3.73’s in the rear. It has a TON of professionally installed aftermarket mods. Here are the highlights: 3M complete body wrap and grill wrap. This will literally make the paint job last FOREVER. Its got a 7″ lift on Fox shocks with Toyo MT tires. The interior is factory with the exception of custom leather seats with quilted piping. It looks like the interior is 100% minty fresh like its right off the dealers floor. The condition and the mods make it worth it at 67k. Bid away!

Check out the full mod list on Ebay Motors: https://www.ebay.com/itm/2015-Chevrolet-Silverado-3500-Duramax-Diesel/302574486326?hash=item4672d84336:g:v~YAAOSwYxBaA7qU&vxp=mtr

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1984 Chevrolet K30 Custom 6.2L Diesel CUCV Military truck

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If you are looking for a truck that is virtually indestructible, the CUCV is it. This trucks primary user was the military where it was designated the M1031. Its basically a 1984 Chevy K30 with a 6.2L diesel, TH400 3 speed automatic and an NP205 transfer case. It also has a Dana 60 front axle, 14 bolt rear with 4.56 gears and a Detroit locker in the rear with limited slip in the front. The M1301’s with a bed installed (like the one in the ad) were designated M1028A1’s. This particular example is a second owner truck with only 10,000 miles! The interior is original and needs a little cleanup, but the body and chassis are mint with no rust or rot. Paint is awesome. Looks like the engine was maintained by a local diesel shop along with a ton of other work that is listed in the ad. In light of trying not to make this posting a novel, you NEED to check out the link for all the details. If you want a truck that is a TANK, this is the one!

After the jump: http://topclassiccarsforsale.com/chevrolet/222192-1984-chevrolet-k30-custom-62l-diesel-cucv-military-truck.html

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2005 Ford Excursion Eddie Bauer 4WD

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This particular Excursion is an interesting example. While I am not a huge fan of the 6.0L Powerstroke, the rest of this truck makes up for it. Its a 2005, so its the last model year, which means most of the issues were worked out. Its also an Eddie Bauer, so you get that nice appointed interior. At only 41k and two owners, its definitely worth looking at. The interior and exterior look excellent (thanks in part to it being a western truck). The ad states it had some audio upgrades done to it, along with suspension work and a Banks exhaust. The stance along with that front bumper make it look awesome. Now, granted, at $47k, I think the price can be haggled down a little bit, plus you probably want to give the motor a twice over since its the 6.0 instead of the 7.3L. BUT, if the motor has been taken care of and maintenance performed, it’s not something I would be scared of.

Here it is: https://www.cargurus.com/Cars/l-Used-2005-Ford-Excursion-c95#listing=174959371

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2004 Ford Excursion Limited

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Here is another Ford Excursion. This one looks to be in excellent shape with only 64k miles. This is the limited trim, so its got full power options along with the premium 6-disc in dash CD changer and automatic climate control. The interior looks to be in great shape, along with the leather (which is excellent considering what older tan interiors end up looking like!). Of course its got the 7.3L Powerstroke monster under the hood! This truck will last you a long time with the proper care.

Check it out: https://www.cargurus.com/Cars/l-Used-2005-Ford-Excursion-c95#listing=179475893

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1983 Unimog U1500 AG

Ok, we admit it… we’re just plain suckers for Unimogs. Shiny and new or old and rusty, these machine always catch our eye. This green machine was restored in Germany back in 2000 and then imported into the US and resides in Portland, Oregon. This Unimog is an agriculture version which means it has a 3-point hitch, tipper bed, 2 PTO’s (because 1 isn’t enough) and working/crawling gears (4000:1 ratio). The restored interior with Westfalia brown plaid looks beautiful and this vehicle appears to clean up very nice from the included images. While green isn’t our color of choice, it’s a Unimog and we’d be perfectly happy driving this machine around town and watching people stare back at us!

Find it here on TheSamba: https://www.thesamba.com/vw/classifieds/detail.php?id=1798338

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1969 Chevy 1-Ton Dually Duramax

We think if the devil drove a dually, this would be it! This custom pickup truck is a 1969 Chevy body on 2006 Chevy 1-ton frame. Powered by a Duramax diesel and Allison transmission. There appears to be a ton of custom work completed on this truck including the interior, suspension and bodywork.

Find it here on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=949117231924205&set=pcb.1988764804721351&type=3&theater&ifg=1

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1994 Ford F250 XLT 7.3 Diesel 4×4 Extended Cab

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For those of you that like the classic Ford F250 style, this one is for you. Of course we know that the F250 is a 3/4 ton work-horse and when you pair it with the 7.3 Powerstroke, it’s a monster! The F250 in this ad is MINT, at only 36k, it’s a beauty. It has a 5-speed transmission with all power options. Seems to be a second owner car, with the first owner being in Oregon. We don’t see any rust or rot and the paint is absolutely stunning for this truck. The truck is a 4×4 and has the 4.10 gears. It’s factory stock other than replacement of the front hubs from automatic to a Warn manual lock out. At the price it’s well worth checking this truck out.

Here it is on TCCFS: http://topclassiccarsforsale.com/ford/174885-1994-ford-f250-xlt-73-diesel-4×4-extended-cab-1992-1993-1995-1996-1997-f350.html

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Kubota G4200 Diesel tractor

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Normally we publish cars and trucks, but I think its some time for something else! Kubota is a Japanese manufacturer of light, medium and heavy duty tractors and power equipment. They have been around since 1890! Kubota tractors are well known for their reliability and durability. Some farms have had the same tractor going for 40+ years. The G4200 was Kubota’s foray into homeowner type tractors. They were made from 1984-1990. They were equipped with a 2-cylinder 12HP diesel motor. They are 2WD with a 3-speed hydro-static transmission. They could be outfitted with a 44″ mowing deck, plow blade, and/or snow thrower. This little tractor can pull up to 1540lbs!! This was the model to get if you were looking for a high end lawn/garden tractor and you didn’t need to step up to a compact tractor. What would make this even better is if it had PTO or hydraulics and luckily there were some aftermarket companies that sold upgrades to make it so. The tractor in the ad would make a nice little snow remover. Even though its a little rough looking its actually in VERY good shape considering how old it is. I would add it to my fleet if I had the room!

Check it out on CL: https://boston.craigslist.org/sob/grd/d/kubota-g4200-diesel-tractor/6432784886.html

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1983 Volkswagen LT35 Panel Van Fire Truck

We receive a lot of very interesting diesel vehicles to post here at Diesel Driver. This 1983 Volkswagen dually panel van certainly tops the list. From the seller’s description, this vehicle was a fire fighting truck, protecting the ZF factory in Passau, Germany and now resides in Oregon, Wisconsin. This panel van is powered by a CPDW 2.4L NA diesel engine, manufactured by The Volvo Group and puts out 74 bhp and 114 lb-ft of torque. Certainly a very unique find stateside, this panel van would be a great vehicle for a diesel-focused repair shop or web site. Wait, what?

Buy it on The Samba, before we do: https://www.thesamba.com/vw/classifieds/detail.php?id=2049743

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