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


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This 1976 Ford F-150 is a very nice frame-on restored truck from the State of Washington. This truck was restored for the last owner's daughter to drive and a lot of work was done to make it a reliable truck for her. The body is in beautiful condition and it was a solid and clean truck when they started. It was repainted in in its original colors of Copper Metallic and Wimbledon White. They added new door and window seals and spray in bedliner and put in a bed mounted full size spare. The underside of this truck is really clean and solid as well, but was not restored because this truck was made to be driven. The interior is really nice original shape. All of the lights, gauges, heat, wipers, etc are working. The dash and dash pad are original and in great condition. The interior appears to be a really well cared for original interior.

Mechanically this truck runs and drives excellent! It has a rebuilt 390 with new clutch when it was restored. It runs strong and we found no issues with it. It has an Edelbrock Aluminum Intake and Edelbrock Carb. They also installed a new Alternator, new Starter, and new Ignition. The transmission is the NP435 4 Speed manual that shifts nice with the aforementioned new clutch. The Rear Axle is a 9 Inch Ford with 3.50 Gears and it is a Limited Slip. The front axle is a DANA 44 and it also has 3.50 Gears. This truck has Power Steering, Power Front Disc Brakes, and sits on a 6 Inch Lift. They added Interco 37 Inch Tires that are pretty fresh. The truck drives surprising well with the lift and tires.

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