It could be original judging by the interior condition, r 136,435 miles of very careful use. I believe that was the f-350 only. Overall this truck has the look, that perfect combo of vintage cool. The headlights work, the window cranks work, the gas gauge works only has the in cab tank , the door handles work, the seat is nice, just about everything else is busted though. It has approximately 3,000 miles on the engine.
The truck runs nice but I'm sure it wouldn't hurt to change the fluids and check the spark plugs and things like that. Our entire product line of exhaust manifold is designed to produce maximum street performance in stock or mildly modified engines. This truck is has one of the best color combos with white on brown. It also has 3 fuel tanks. It's very clean, traight, nd tight. After sitting a half hour, I started it and drove it around the parking lot at low speed and experienced no hesitation or sense it was going to stall? I have many other pics I can send also.
This 4x4 drives tight, but it takes a while for the old style tires to round out. The inside of the box is in nice shape and looks to have had little use. The truck is rust free on the body or under carriage! It has a strong older rebuilt 390 4 bbl, with a nice shifting rebuilt C6 automatic. The windshield has small chips but is completely usable. It is a 4V engine, ut has an adapter plate on it now and a 2v. No water in the oil, r oil in the water. The oil is kept fresh, the carb and timing are tuned perfect.
I can check to see if there is pressure in the system. The belt is off but everything else appears hooked up. This where the truck gets exciting. There are a lot of these old fords out there, ut the most of them are beat up, usty, r both. Look at the pictures and ask any questions. Is this a vapor lock; or somekind of fuel issue? Contact me with questions or to see the truck in person. If you want the correct factory bracket this is the one.
It is a very dry truck. Oversize fees also waived on this item. It runs cool with no overheating. Limit two offers per household in Rhode Island. They feature mandrel-bent primary tubing for increased flow to let your engine really breathe.
I can set it up right if you'd like. This is the camper special, o it has a huge heavy duty radiator. Like to offer a little more info; the former owner just filled the gas tank up, he never really kept the tank full? I do have many more pics I can send also. Those slotted aluminum wheels really adds to that trucks looks. I just purchased a 1973 Ford F250, that has been rebuilt. This truck runs great and the body and interior are very nice. The fuel lines look good.
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The motor runs really nice. It is not loud though and is usable as-is. By 150ford That has got to be the nicest Highboy in Jersey. It's also a bonus that it's black instead of tan or beige. My rusty 76 is not worthy compared to your truck.