Square Tube This truck is not brand new. I do not know if these miles are accurate or not. I use it as a daily driver, thing runs well. It is very solid for this part of the country but It has some rust in the cab, a small hole in the drivers floor by the cab mount and some soft areas here and there but still quite solid overall. The motor has been woken up a little but nothing crazy has been done. I bought the truck from the family of the original owner and the only reason I want to sale it is that I sold my off-road rig, racecar and trailer due to health issues and don't need a one ton truck anymore to tow and hate to see a great truck just sit. Inside the cab, you will find a worn out split bench seat, its still comfortable, just needs to be redone, The rear compartment has jump seats on both sides that you can leave down or fold and snap up out of the way.
Has the 400 which has had some work done to it, it does have an edelbrock intake as well as an edelbrock carb and what i suspect to be a bigger than stock cam. . By the time 1979 came around there were more Camaros sold that year than any other in history and it was cars. I have a zf5 tranny, machined flywheel, hydro clutch components, and starter for a highway geared 5 speed swap i will sell separately if wanted buy winner. Long wheel base cab and chassis and is two wheel drive. It is an absolute pleasure to drive.
There is a block heater. I reserve the right to end the auction at any time since it is for sale locally. Low miles on truck, as it is a retired city truck. I have not found any rust besides minor surface rust. It will easily haul two cords of pine firewood and has clear Oregon title. New tires, new wiper motor, new fuel pump, new interstate primary battery.
The bed is pretty nice too except for some rust in the spot welds at the very front between the cab and bed. New axle u-joint and spindle bearing on one side I forget which. New Steel custom dually fenders were added. Calendar year production of 1973 trucks was 946,470. The pictures speak for them selves.
It has a good running 400 that has been rebuilt, aluminum intake and edelbrock carburetor. Good parts are used throughout the truck like a nice South Bend clutch, Curt manufacturing hitch, billet wheels, and a whole bunch more. Has air compressor under the hood that will run air tools. All brakes front and rear. Perfect for short trips but not for long trips in my opinion. You can see it,has a lot of rare options and everything works!!!!!! Ford also built 25,597 diesel-powered trucks in the calendar year. This truck is relatively stock which would make it a perfect candidate for restoration or just a good solid daily driver.
Description for Ford Other 1979 I have a 1979 ford f350 dually with a 460 and a 4 speed tranny. Jack attached to headache rack is not included. Its a clear titled 1977 F-150 Explorer edition longbed body that I put on a 1979 F-350 frame, and converted the front grille, radiator support, and bumper to the 1979 style. The paint is nice and the body is straight and uncut. To report problems or provide comments or suggestions, please. It runs and drives awesome.
The clutch is smooth and the 4 speed shifts nice. This 4x4 only has 116,000 actual miles. But the suspension and rolling stock are only part of the story here. I replaced the oil pan and all the engine gaskets oil pan, head gaskets, intake and exhaust manifolds. It is sold with no warranty. Scores of builders are slapping air suspensions and giant wheels under these massive rides, turning them into stylish cruisers. The best one of them all by far is my Fummins I built out of a sno-fighter package 79 F250 4×4 — using the 12V Cummins engine and Ford drivetrain, suspension, and of course body….
The body is a completely restored 1979 Ford factory body that has been rebuilt to better than factory condition. And no Camaro model represents that ideal better than the Z28. High pinion Dana 60 front with 4. Beginning in '67 and with just a few model year absences, the Camaro has been a popular staple of the American muscle car landscape. The interior is near perfect, as is the inside of the bed. F100 4x2 SuperCab 16,792 F100 4x4 Regular Cab 37,297 F150 Regular Cab 80,917 1 F150 SuperCab 20,958 1 F250 4x2 Regular Cab 86,106 F250 SuperCab 29,622 F250 4x4 Regular Cab 47,226 F350 Regular Cab 41,616 F350 SuperCab 2,816 1 Ford records do not indicate any 4x4 production of F150s 1975 Model Year Options Distribution F100 194,894 F150 88,611 F250 140,470 F350 36,381 Automatic transmission 58.
King pin Dana 60 front axle and a Dana 60 rear axle both packed with 4. And despite that, we doubt that this Ford F-350 will have any trouble loading up something heavy on that custom flat bed. The passenger side appears to be solid and just fine. I use it as a daily driver, thing runs well. Tags are current until 2017.