2002 Ford F250 Super Duty
2002 Ford F250 Super Duty
- Lifted 4x4
- Supercharged 5.4L V8
- Clean and Mean
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“In May 2020, Americans bought more pickup trucks than cars for the first time.” - Bloomberg, March 2021
There are several factors driving the surge in pickup-truck growth. Families increasingly appreciate the hauling capacity of the trucks. Women are becoming a bigger part of the pickup-driving universe. And the bread-and-butter pickup-choosing demographic—young adult men—like the styling, convenience, and comfort now part of these vehicles. On top of all that, there is a smaller but growing group for whom a stout, 4x4, off-road-capable truck captures the outdoor-adventure spirit of the American dream. Among that last group, after the pickup comes into the driveway, it isn't long until modifications are added to personalize the vehicle. One of the coolest and most appealing, to say nothing of most expensive changes, involves adding a lift kit to give the driver a better view of the road ahead as well as a more capable off-road performance profile.
Offered here is a 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty Supercab pickup truck in dark blue over gray. Its professionally installed lift kit makes for a standout all-roader, and its supercharged V8 means there is plenty of “go” to match the truck's undeniable “show.” The F250's odometer shows 126,246 Carfax-verified, accident-and-damage-free miles, or roughly 6,650 miles per-year on average since new.
There's a committed group of pickup enthusiasts who view the early-2000 Ford SuperDuty as one of the timeless pickup designs. In particular, the sculpted hood and grille design made for a standout look, a look Ford abandoned way too early to imitate the GM designs. The exterior of this dark-blue truck remains in excellent condition. The metallic paint across the entire body is exceptional in its glossy, well-maintained condition. A hood-mounted air scoop has been added. (Be sure to inspect the close-up photos of the paint and bodywork included in the gallery.) Neither paint damage nor body dings are to be found on any exterior panel (the exception is the inside of the cargo box which shows normal wear from regular use). No vinyl graphics have been added. Chrome trim—including the grille, front bumper, mirror caps, and rear bumper—is all in excellent condition. Cabin glass and all lighting lenses (including the added center-rear LED taillights) are clear and free of cracks. Entry-assist “running boards” in chrome have been added. All factory-mounted emblems and badging remain in place. Ultra® (164) steel wheels are mounted with Mickey Thompson® Side-Bite Baja ATZ LT tires.
Inside, the two rows of two-tone gray seat upholstery and trim are factory-original and in very well-maintained condition. The cabin's rear half-doors make for easy entry behind the front bucket seats. Seating surfaces are upholstered in the original, long-wearing Ford fabric. There is no sign of excessive wear, no rips or tears. Door trim is especially well-maintained. Cabin-floor carpeting in darker gray is clean and largely unworn. The stock, multifunction steering wheel frames a similarly stock dashboard. Graphic markings on the switchgear and instrument faces are crisp and unscratched. Four-wheel-drive controls are dash-mounted while the shifter for the automatic transmission is on the steering column. An aftermarket cd-audio head unit has been added above the factory radio; HVAC controls are just below. A large, lockable storage box with cupholders separates the armrest-equipped front bucket seats. A “Triton V8” emblem faces the front passenger.
Under the hood, the 5.4-liter Ford V8 is in place with the added supercharger unit on the driver's side, feeding forced-air to the combustion chambers. A low-restriction air-filter system is mounted. The engine bay is clean and complete with no spray-on shine-enhancing products used. Viewed from below, the lift-kit components, substantially re-worked suspension (including APCustoms® shock absorbers), transfer-case protective plating, chrome differential cover, and custom, center-exiting exhaust all compete for attention.
The truck's original identification tags remain mounted.
While the more than 130 high-definition photographs and the short walk-around-and-startup video available on the GarageKeptMotors website showcase this F250 Super Duty's in detail from every angle, including from below, we expect and encourage in-person inspections at our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom. Please call to arrange an appointment in advance as our showroom is not open to the public. And feel free to get in touch anytime by phone or email if you have questions.
It's clear this highly capable F250 was built with adventure in mind. The truck's excellent overall condition, proper, professional upgrades, and outstanding upkeep mean the next owner can look forward to many more outdoor-adventure outings—as well as show events—in the years to come