- Engine Size
- 390 V8
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Manual
- Body Style
- Pickup Truck
- Body Color
- Chrome Yellow
- Interior Color
- Brown & Black
SHORT BOX F150 FROM PACIFIC NORTHWEST. 2 OWNERS! CLEAN!!
This 1979 Ford F150 is a hard to find 4x4 Short Box. It came from the pacific Northwest and this truck is clean!! Never a rusty truck it was repainted 1 time in its original Factory Color of Chrome Yellow which looks like Orange. The last owner owned this truck since 1983 and he did a lot of nice upgrades to this vehicle and maintained it religiously. This truck was mainly used to tow his small fishing boat and for some nice weekend cruising. This was never used as a daily driver and it shows. The body is super clean and very straight. The repaint is very nice quality and looks great! He had the bed rhino lined and added a 30 gallon gas Tank for convenience and it was tastefully and professionally done. The interior is mostly original with the exception of the seat being recovered and it looks very nice. He also added gauges and aftermarket cruise control. Because he was in the mountains he also added adjustable timing control which is a nice option to have with the altitude change.
The engine originally came with a 351 V8 and the last owner swapped it out with a 390 V8 Manufactured Engine (have receipt) which is a great upgrade. This truck has a lot of power and is very fun to drive. It was a mild build and it has a 4 barrel carb, electronic ignition, and dual exhaust. Everything under the hood is new or rebuilt in the last 2,000 miles. The truck runs amazing and drives excellent!! The Transmission is the T18 4 Speed manual that shifts excellent with the NP205 Transfer Case. It also has newer 31 Inch Tires.
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