I purchased this truck to restore but just after it arrived I decided to adopt children so now it's for sale. I looked long and hard so I hope you like her as much as I do. It was purchased from the original owners family in VA where it was used as a farm truck. Their grandfather ordered the truck from Ford because he wanted a long bed and it was most common to have the short beds. The original color is Boxwood Green but is was painted a long time ago black and will need some paint. The wood bed needs to be replaced but I was happy to see a truck in this good of shape. I drive it every now and then around town and it runs fine. The former owners put a Edelbrock carburetor on it but the original parts will all be sold with the truck in case you are wanting to restore her to original. It has 81K original miles, 360-2V Engine, Build at the Norfolk factory on April 9th 1970, 3 days behind schedule. Automatic Transmission, 6100 lb GVW, 3.73 Dana 60 Rear Axle.
Stats: Of the
506,101 1970 Ford Trucks,
118,603 of those were F250 Trucks. Of them,
91,576 came with 360-2V Engines and
45,389 of those had automatic transmissions.
2,594 of them were painted Boxwood Green (it's original color). Of them,
542 had Green Custom Bench Seats. Of those,
8 were ordered as Flareside Pickups. Of them,
4 had Rear painted bumpers.
1 came with 8.00x16.5-10 Ply Rated Tires
THIS IS THAT TRUCK,
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