Engine Size
390 V8
Transmission Type
4 Speed Manual
Body Style
Pickup Truck
Body Color
Silver & Burgundy
Interior Color


This 1969 Ford F250 Highboy is a lifelong truck from the Pacific Northwest, specifically Oregon. It is a 2 Owner truck according to the last owner and it is a very unmolested and original truck that was selectively restored. This is an excellent running and driving truck and it was built to be a nice driver. The body on this truck is extremely solid and we found no evidence of rust or rust repair. It is all metal, we found no patches, and the floors are original and in excellent shape. The truck was repainted in it's original color of Royal Maroon and added the Silver two-tone. It is a great Combo and the paint is nice, but not show condition. They left the body on because the truck was so clean and power-washed the underside and painted it to make it look good and keep it preserved. It is really clean and really nice. The interior is really clean and very stock. It does have new carpet, new headliner, new dash-pad, and the seat was reupholstered. Looks really nice. Original radio is still in the truck but inop. Overall a really nice stock interior.

The previous told us the engine is a 390V8 that was rebuilt and it appears to have been based on runnability and also appearance. It runs excellent and holds good oil pressure. The transmission is a NP435 4 Speed manual and it shifts nice and smooth. It does have the Divorced Transfer case which works well. Both axles have 4.60 gears. Mechanically this truck is very stock as the rest of the truck is except for the upgraded engine. We drove this truck quite a bit and it runs awesome and drives great!! 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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