Engine Size
351 V8
Transmission Type
4 Speed Manual
Body Style
Pickup Truck
Body Color
Medium Blue Metallic
Interior Color


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This 1966 Ford F100 Short Box 4x4 is a pretty rare truck. It is a frame on restored truck and a real factory 4x4. According to the last owner this was originally a US Forestry truck from back in the day based in California, which explains why they could do a frame on restoration. This truck has a great stance and it looks really cool!! The body on this truck is in great condition and it is very clean and straight. The truck was originally yellow but was repainted when restored in Medium Blue Metallic. The paint looks really nice with only some minor imperfections from over the years. It was painted around 5 years ago. The underside of the truck is also really clean and solid. When it was restored they added new rubber seals and weatherstripping. The interior is in excellent shape and has new carpet, new seat cover, new headliner, and steering wheel. All of the gauges work as well as the heater, lights, and wipers. It is a nicely restored stock looking interior.

Mechanically this truck runs and drives great!! It has a mildly built 351 Cleveland V8 engine with 4V Heads. The engine runs very strong. It has an Aluminum Holley Intake with an Edelbrock 4 Barrel Carb. It also has electronic ignition, dual exhaust, power steering and power brakes. The Transmission is the original T18 4 Speed Manual that shifts nice and it is mated to the DANA 21 Transfer Case. Rear Axle is a 9 Inch and Front Axle is a DANA 44 with 3.73 Gears. This truck was a really nice driving rig and ran great!!!

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