Ford is continuing to produce the 350s in 2019 and that will mark its fifth year in production. MSRPs are common these days. Looking at the vehicle and the mileage, personally, I would stay away from purchasing a new vehicle with unknown miles placed on it. That joyride theory is pretty strong. Often times, I see these Youtube videos of the so-called car reviewers who are ordinary Joes taking a vehicle from the dealership on a drive to do their reviews. I just don't know how they could've sold these cars after so many miles placed on them from those reviews. I wouldn't touch one if I knew some Jackass was doing a drive review on it. One of my criteria was to ensure no extra miles put on the vehicle when I researched for one. I bought mine with 4 miles and it was 1k under MSRP last year. Fast forward six months after I purchased mine, I am sure you can find MSRPs all over the country if you are willing to play shipping cost and willing to be flexible on the colors/stripes combo. If I was going to purchase a 350 with excess miles on it, why not just buy it used and saved $$. I have never seen stripes stopping at the front of the hood like that. Something tell me someone is trying to cover up unreported damage.