When you dreamed of big do-everything trucks in the 1990s, this 1994 Ford F-350 XLT Super Duty dually was it. Dual rear wheels, rugged upgrades, and a loaded full four-door cab interior make it irresistible. And yes, you have the big torque of turbodiesel power.
Factory-correct Oxford White with a two-tone pinstripe is instantly appealing. It has a stately but serious style that looks like it could have your ranch's name painted on the side. So while there's room for improvement on the finish, we kind of like how this remains complete without losing its ready-to-work style. And this one was given all the best accessories, including full running boards with lights, a proper trailer hitch, and a color-matched topper over a liner-protected bed. This one also has all the right big truck features you want, including the running light on top of the cab, wide towing mirrors, and those awesome 8-lug wheels. And speaking of the wheels, the stance and traction of a dually are exactly what you want for real hauling. It all tells you that a Super Duty is ideal for just about any situation, and yet, the 180k miles on the odometer is less than many of its contemporaries.
The quad cab design is rare from this era, and it gives you the advantage of having a back seat that's as spacious as a large sedan. There's room for six total across two rows of benches, and if you feel like more individualized comfort, there are fold-down armrests for each row. In fact, with the cup holder console in front and the plushness of the seats, the driver's seat looks more like a captain's chair. There's more to the long-haul comfort with a steering wheel on a tilt column to give you a full view of the gauges - including the large speedo and handy tach. The XLT level of trim means all the best features, including power windows, sliding rear glass, an AM/FM/cassette stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning.
The engine bay is filled with 7.3-liters of Power Stroke turbodiesel muscle. The large displacement and sturdy reputation make this a true hauling machine. Plus, you may have noticed the propane tank in the rear. It's unclear if this is currently hooked up for injection, but this is nice for those who occasionally want some added pep to go with their big torque diesel. Power steering, power brakes, and front discs make for a solid driver. In fact, the combination of cruise control and a four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive makes this a true highway cruiser.
This is a rare opportunity where preservation, power, and utility come together in an impressively affordable package. Don't miss this dually, call today!