Engine Size
390 V8
Transmission Type
Body Style
Pickup Truck
Body Color
Interior Color
Black & Gray


This 1974 Ford F250 XLT Highboy is a very clean and restored truck from the State of Washington. This truck was totally gone through starting in 2013 and finished in 2015. Since restoration there have only been around 3,000 miles put on the truck in nice weather. It has obviously not seen any salt since it is a western truck and only very little rain. The body is really nice and really straight. It looks to have all of the original sheet metal and we found no evidence of rust on the body or rust repair. The original color of this F250 was Red and the previous owner had it taken apart and professionally painted Green. When it was apart he had the frame painted and you can see how nice the underside is. The floors still have the factory undercoating. It has the very cool dealer added bumpers with the front one being winch ready. Before assembling the body they added new weatherstripping, seals, gaskets, and body bushings. The interior was also redone with custom bucket seats, new headliner, new dash-pad, new door panels, and stereo with a subwoofer. Really nice and clean interior.

The engine is a rebuilt 390 V8. It runs very string and smooth and sounds great with the added dual exhaust. They added an Aluminum Edelbrock Intake, Edelbrock Carb, Steinkes Headers, and a nice mild cam. Everything under the hood is new or rebuilt. Transmission is a C6 Automatic with a NP203 Transfer Case with Part Time 4WD kit installed. Tranny shifts smooth and 4WD works. Dana 60 Rear Axle and Dana 44 Open Knuckle Front Axle. 4.10 Gears. This is a true factory Highboy sitting on 35 Inch tires that give a great look and awesome stance. This is a great running and driving truck and all lights, blinkers, wipers are working.

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