- Engine Size
- 400 V8
- Transmission Type
- Body Style
- Pickup Truck
- Body Color
- Red & White
- Interior Color
BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED 1978 FORD F150 SHORTBOX RANGER 4X4 PICKUP!! GORGEOUS!
This 1978 Ford F150 Ranger Short-Box 4x4 Pickup is a sight to behold. A beautifully restored truck that, according to the previous owner, had only 42,000 original miles when it was restored. The truck now has only 45,000 miles so it has only been driven around 3000 miles in the summers and always stored in a climate controlled space. This truck is exceptionally nice and extra clean everywhere you look. It came out of Virginia as a Rust Free Truck. No disappointments with this Short Box!! The body on this F150 is straight and clean. All of the metal appears to be original with no signs of rust or patches anywhere. The paint was professionally applied and looks fantastic!! It was painted in its original colors of candy Apple red and Wimbledon White. A great combination!!! The interior was also restored and looks excellent!!! Everything works on this truck and it is truly a turn-key rig!!
This truck is a very cool and rare find. Not only is it a Short-Box, but it is also a factory 400M V8. Most of these trucks came with the 351M V8. The engine runs perfectly and has great power. It appears to be stock with no modifications and it looks like new under the hood. Transmission is the C6 Automatic that shifts smooth and it is mated to the NP203 Transfer Case. Dana 44 Front Axle and Ford 9' Rear End. They added Dual Exhaust which sounds great. This truck runs and drives so nice and is nice enough to take to car shows.
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