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1977 Ford F250 4x4 351C Engine C6 Trans good transfer case Complete myers plow

1977 Ford F-250

Make: Ford
Model: F-250
Type: Truck
Trim: XLT
Year: 1977
Mileage: 108,000
VIN: f26
Color: Black
Fuel: Gas
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4x4
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Chardon, Ohio, United States
4-Wheel Drive

Description for Ford F-250 1977

Hi All. up for sale is a 1977 Ford F250 4x4 pickup truck. This truck has spent most of its life at a cabin in Pennsylvania. My friend. who is an older gentlemen. rebuilt this truck about 20 years ago. Truck hasn't run in couple years but ran OK when last used. Truck has a 351 Cleveland Motor. Engine turns over and coughs and runs on starting fluid. I think the carb needs rebuilt. Complete Myers plow package w in cab controls and recently rebuilt pump. Bed is from an 80's F150 and is in OK shape. Cab has some floor rot and would need some patching before truck was road worthy. Truck will need new brake lines and other brake related parts and a tuneup/going over before it will run. Solid axles and a good c6 tranny and transfer case. 4x4 works fine. This is an old pickup. expect rust on the frame. a few holes in the floorboards. various dings and dents and some bondo from previous repairs too. If your local send me a message and we can setup a time for you to check it out. I have used USHIP in the past and it works out pretty well if you wanted this truck shipped. We can work out the details. Thanks for looking at my old Ford and Merry Christmas! On Dec-08-14 at 18:16:53 PST. seller added the following information: SAVE MONEYON SHIPPING! uShip is the first and largest auction stylemarketplace for shipping and transportationservices. Learn More SHIPPING PRICE ESTIMATOR Delivery ZIP Code: MORE RESOURCES: uShip Guides and Articles uShip Provider Directory Other Useful Tools & Links On Dec-09-14 at 07:51:07 PST. seller added the following information:Thanks to a fellow ebayer it has been brought to my attention that this motor is a 351M/400. not a 351C like I stated in the auction. Theres some good info on this page about the history of the Cleveland engines: www. projectbronco. com/History/history_of_the_ford_351m. htm