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08 was the last year that a manual transmission was available in a F-150, and even then it was only available with a V6, mostly XL and maybe some STX models as I understand it. I love my 08 4.2 V6 w/ 5-speed, as I'm not a fan of automatics, and never have been.
Now, I'm pretty sure that you couldn't get a 4x4 with a V6 and 5-speed in the later years of the 04-08 model; however, a local material supplier I used to work with had an 04 or 05 STX supercab, it had a manual transmission, and I'm almost certain it was a 4x4 with a manual transfer case. I could be wrong, as it's been a few years since I saw the inside of that truck, but I remember looking in it, seeing dual sticks, and marveling at the fact that you could still get a 100% manual 4x4 F-150 (which is what I would want for a 4x4, no automatic T-case or transmission).
13 Blue Jeans Metallic XLT, SCab, 6.5' bed, 5.0L, 302A package w/ 3.55 E-Locker. Brand new and stock, but additions will come soon
08 Oxford White XL w/ Rally Stripe pkg, RCab, 6.5' bed, 4.2L, 5-speed. Added: Line-X, Extang tonneau, color matched upper bumper & grill surround, Hella fogs, Valley hitch, Pioneer headunit, cruise, seat heaters, catback Flowmaster 40 side exit, FX4 rims w/32s, 3.55 gears & Detroit Truetrac by Eaton