- Engine Size
- 351 V8
- Transmission Type
- Body Style
- Pickup Truck
- Body Color
- Interior Color
CLEAN WESTERN 1979 FORD F250!! RUST FREE SURVIVOR WITH ONE REPAINT!
This 1979 Ford F250 is a super clean survivor truck from the Oregon. Pretty original unmolested truck except for the repaint. This is a "Custom", but it came with a lot of options including side moldings, wheel well moldings, chrome bumpers, AC (needs service but everything there), cruise (everything there but not working), and Box Side Toolbox. The body and paint on this truck are really nice. From what we can see it looks to have all of the original metal and it is very straight. It had a repaint in the original color of Medium Vaquero Metallic that looks excellent. They did a very nice job on the paint and they also line-xed the bed. The interior is really nice as well. All of the gauges work and they added a nice stereo. The interior has been very well kept and everything is original except for the seat which came out of a newer Ford (Comfortable).
This truck runs and drives excellent!! The 351M V8 runs strong and smooth and you can tell by looking at it and how it runs it was rebuilt at some point. It has an edelbrock intake and 4 Barrel Holley Carb. The engine is tuned right and it runs excellent. It also has dual exhaust for a nice sound. The Tranny is the C6 Automatic that shifts perfect and it is mated to the NP205 Transfer Case. The rear end is a Dana 60 and the front end is a Dana 44. They both have 4.11 Gears. The truck was mechanically restored 2-3 years ago by the last owner and that included the engine, gearbox, brake system, and whatever else it need to make it a great driving and tight truck. When we drove it we were very pleased on how nice it ran and drove. All of the lights, blinkers, wipers, etc were working. Really really nice truck!!
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