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Old 03-23-2014, 08:49 PM   #1
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Three (3) 2003 E350 EB 7.3 wagons for sale

Just surfing around and came across these:

http://gobestauto.com/ViewDetails.aspx?VID=727

http://gobestauto.com/ViewDetails.aspx?VID=898

http://gobestauto.com/ViewDetails.aspx?VID=899

All have less than 70K mileage. 2003 was the last year of the 7.3s right?

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Old 03-23-2014, 09:04 PM   #2
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Re: Three (3) 2003 E350 EB 7.3 wagons for sale

Good finds.
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Re: Three (3) 2003 E350 EB 7.3 wagons for sale

Yes last year
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Re: Three (3) 2003 E350 EB 7.3 wagons for sale

A number of V-10 E350s too, one of which has a raised top.


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Re: Three (3) 2003 E350 EB 7.3 wagons for sale

Well I would agree that those are great finds.
I personally prefer a wagon with glass all around with the rear a/c to start a conversion.
But I prefer looking at the outdoors rather than walls or even walls with cabinets.
I paid $35000 for my 2002 7.3 new.
69000 miles is nothing on that engine.
However, I would immediately change out the fuel tank to a stainless steel or aluminum tank.
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