BF Auction: 2000 Ford F-350 Lariat SuperCab

Bid to: $3,000View Result

With warm weather beckoning, heading out into the wilderness can prove an irresistible temptation to some. Selecting the right vehicle for the job can be challenging, which is where this 2000 Ford F-350 Lariat SuperCab might fit into the equation. Its 4×4 capabilities are legendary, while the lift kit and bigger tires should enhance those characteristics. It is in excellent condition for its age, and returning it to its rightful place on our roads should not be challenging. The seller feels it needs a new home, listing it exclusively at Barn Finds Auctions.

Ford introduced its new Super Duty range in 1999, separating the larger F-Series trucks from the F-150. This 2000 example is the SuperCab version, offering rear-hinged back doors and a small rear seating area. It is finished in Code Z1 White which shines nicely for a twenty-three-year-old truck. There are no apparent flaws or paint inconsistencies, and any panel imperfections are insignificant. Addressing them would be straightforward, and a paintless dent removal company might provide the best and most cost-effective solution. However, leaving the exterior untouched is a valid option because it presents so nicely. Someone added a bedliner, which is a sensible and practical upgrade to protect the steel and paint, and I probably wouldn’t own a Pickup of this type without one. A rear step bumper is another sensible feature, allowing easier access to the load area. The chrome and trim sparkle as impressively as the paint, with the custom grille one of the exterior highlights. The original owner specified tinted glass, which looks flawless. Combining a 4″ lift kit with larger alloy wheels and tires adds a purposeful stance to a vehicle with an inherent sense of presence.

It is common for interiors to become battered and tired in vehicles of this type, but this F-350 has avoided that fate. It has sat for a while, so it would benefit from detailing to recapture its former glory. However, there are no flaws or faults that would require parts replacement or an interior retrim. The cloth seat upholstery is free from significant wear and damage, with the back seat appearing rarely used. The plastic has avoided UV deterioration, with the lower door trims worthy of particular note. They are prone to marks and scuffs as people enter and exit the vehicle, but these avoided that fate. Safety and comfort features include airbags, air conditioning, power windows, power locks, keyless entry, and an AM/FM stereo radio.

Powering this F-350 is Ford’s 5.4-liter V8 which sends 260hp and 350 ft/lbs of torque to the road via a four-speed automatic transmission and a dual-range transfer case. The previous owner added a hitch receiver, meaning this Lariat could use that impressive power and torque to function as an effective tow vehicle. With the lift kit and bigger wheels, crawling into inaccessible locations shouldn’t phase this classic. Therefore, if a life adventure is too tempting to resist, this could be the perfect candidate to take you there and get you safely home again. The seller says the truck arrived at his impound around two years ago and ran well then. It doesn’t currently run, but the cause appears relatively minor. He believes it may have a dud fuel pump because it will fire easily into life with fuel sprayed into the intake. Therefore, returning this beauty to active duty for some summer fun should be possible with little effort.

This 2000 Ford F-350 Lariat SuperCab has much to offer its new owner. This model is a competent off-roader, while the V8 and hitch receiver could see it serve as a capable tow vehicle. Its carrying capacity means it would be an excellent shop truck, with the bed liner ensuring it will never look abused after carrying heavy loads. Its role is only limited by the new owner’s imagination, but it would undoubtedly draw attention wherever it goes. What would you do if you found it in your garage? Why not make the dream a reality by submitting a bid on this classic?

  • Location: Sarasota, Florida
  • Mileage:  210,058 Shown,
  • Engine: 5.4-Liter V8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • VIN: 1FTSX31LXYEB88264
  • Title Status: Clean

Bid On This Auction

High Bid: $3,000 (Reserve Not Met)
Ended: May 12, 2023 10:00am MDT
High Bidder: Linda
  • Linda bid $3,000.00  2023-05-12 08:01:44
  • Shirlysomething bid $2,500.00  2023-05-11 16:34:02
  • Linda
    bid $2,100.00  2023-05-11 15:27:44
  • Jeff bid $2,000.00  2023-05-09 18:58:03
  • Linda bid $1,700.00  2023-05-09 17:08:08
  • Chris Dunkle
    bid $1,500.00  2023-05-09 12:31:16
  • Linda bid $1,400.00  2023-05-09 04:14:27
  • Chris Dunkle bid $1,200.00  2023-05-08 18:15:57
  • Samm
    bid $1,000.00  2023-05-07 09:36:29
  • JRussell bid $500.00  2023-05-06 21:32:54
  • Crookster bid $200.00  2023-05-06 00:38:35

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  1. alphasudMember

    It may not have the 7.3 Powerstroke but the 5.4 Triton is much easier on the wallet. There is a slight MPG penalty with the gas engine but when you consider the extra cost of the 7.3 oil change every 5K it comes out even. These engines will run to 300K pretty easy and the only problem they had was spark plug threads would pull which is an easy fix with all the specialty kits available. My 04 Ford F250 was the most reliable vehicle I ever owned. Not even a check engine light with a quarter of a million miles. Would make a great work truck and you can get a personal license plate that says “nopymt” for everyone else making payments on a 80K plus truck.

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    • Scrapyard john

      A 5.4 in a lifted f350 with oversized all terrain tires may struggle a little. It’s a good motor, but that’s a lot of truck…

      Depends on what you intend to do with it. I wouldn’t plan on towing heavy on the highway for long distances unless you don’t mind winding the motor.

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      • Mike

        Agree with Scrapyard John….the 5.4 isn’t enough if you’re going to do consistent heavy hauling. Our 2012 F250 pulls 4 horses well enough with the 6.2 but it even struggles on occasion. Diesel is best if you can handle the money outlay.

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    • Edsel

      150 firm

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  2. Mike

    Agree with Scrapyard John….the 5.4 isn’t enough if you’re going to do consistent heavy hauling. Our 2012 F250 pulls 4 horses well enough with the 6.2 but it even struggles on occasion. Diesel is best if you can handle the money outlay.

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    • Rick R

      To small of motor for a one ton if your going to do more than haul grass clippings. The truck itself was built to haul and pull especially with the diesel. Be like buying a muscle car with a tiny six cylinder motor.

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      • Rick R

        If you pencil it all out the diesel isn’t that much more money in the long term if you’re working them. I have a buddy in California with a 7.3 it has over 650,000 miles on it. Never anything but bolt on, starters, water pump, alternator. He had it repainted at 500,000 miles.

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  3. Yblocker

    I drive a 2007 F250, 5.4, 4X4, with only 146,000 miles, I don’t haul or tow much of anything anymore, it does me well, with no issues, and I like the looks over the later ones. I also like the new ones, if I was 20 or 30 years younger, I’d go for a new one with the 7.3 gas, never cared much for diesels. But, too close to retirement now, probably wouldn’t live long enough to pay off a new one.

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  4. Rickey D Scott

    I own a 2000 F350 7.3 diesel. Original owner. I swear by this motor. I have 234,000 miles with original glow plugs and fuel injectors. I live in Wisconsin so of course I have been changing body parts. Love my truck and will bring it to my grave.

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  5. JRussell

    Maybe a little rougher than the write-up portrays, but certainly has promise. Anyone else notice the empty holes where the driver’s door window switches should be? I think I’ve had every Super Duty engine variant (prior to the 2017 redesign): 5.4, 6.8 and 6.2 gassers, 7.3, 6.0, 6.4 and 6.7 diesels. For lighter duty the 5.4 is fine and generally durable, and this original SD look has aged really well. Would love to be able to ask if there’s anything else that doesn’t work on this one (AC, stereo, cruise, etc.).

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    • The Truth

      I saw that and started laughing where I saw “power windows” in the article.

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  6. Eric

    How many spark plug holes have heli coil?? Stay away at all costs.

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  7. Joe

    I have a 2000 one ton F350 dually with the 7.3 power stroke. It’s been redone and for sale in Wisconsin. If anyone wants one of the best Ford trucks ever produced let me know. The 5.4 is just a boat anchor in my book.

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    • Shirlysomething

      Hey Joe!
      I’d love it if you shared some pics and info with me on the year2000. Shirlysomething
      5zeronine 47five 95fourzero. Great start is text.
      I’m a buyer on the goods days. Rainy days, not so good.

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