- Engine Size
- 390 V8
- Transmission Type
- Body Style
- Pickup Truck
- Body Color
- Blue & Silver
- Interior Color
VERY CLEAN 1976 FORD F150 SHORTBOX PICKUP. WESTERN TRUCK! 390 V8!!
This is a really clean Short Box 1976 Ford F150 with the ranger XLT Trim Package. A very solid Western/Montana Truck that was restored a few years ago and looks great! This was not a nut and bolt restoration, but rather a frame on selective restoration to make this truck into a very very nice driver for someone. The body on this truck is super solid and we found no evidence of rust repair on the vehicle. It has a very nice paint job in its original colors of dark Blue metallic and Silver Metallic. Very straight and clean. This truck has the XLT Package which gives it all of the extra moldings that are in great condition. The bed was color matched bed-lined and it looks wonderful. The interior is also in great condition with a newly covered bench seat, new carpet, and the rest looks original and in excellent condition. All of the lights, gauges, wipers are working. Great looking stock interior!!
The previous owner stated the 390 V8 was a low mileage engine and it runs excellent! It starts and runs great with no smoke, great oil pressure, and no red flags. The engine appears to be stock except for the headers and dual exhaust. We did not receive paperwork on the restoration or engine. This truck has Power Front Disc Brakes, Power Steering, c6 Automatic transmission mated to a NP203 Transfer Case. 4WD works great and the axles have 3.50 gears. This is a wonderful running and driving truck that you will enjoy immediately. We hand pick each vehicle, drive it, inspect it, and make sure it is ready for you to enjoy! We drive what we sell so that we can give you a first hand and accurate report on how the vehicle runs and drives. Our pictures are never touched up or photoshopped. What you see is an accurate representation of the vehicle. We take consistent pictures and show you everything so you can get a true representation of the vehicle.
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