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1981 Ford F-100 2WD,6 cyl, Three-on-the-Tree, Ziebart Rustproofed When New

1981 Ford F-100

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: F-100
Type: Standard Cab Pickup
Year: 1981
Mileage: 132,355
VIN: 2FTCF10E2BCA99509
Color: Copper & Cream
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Brown
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Oberlin, Ohio, United States

Description for Ford F-100 1981


For sale here we have a pretty decent looking, ery good running reliable old Ford truck. This is the3rd one I've owned with this body style, straight-6, nd manual transmission. Only selling because I really don't need a truck anymore and don't have anywhere to keep it. I loaded two Harleys in the back of it (big twins, ot sportsters) last September and drove it from Washington, .C. to Cleveland, H with no trouble at all. Got nearly 17 mpg doing it as well.

The Good:

This truck was treated to a complete rustproofing by Ziebart when it was new. It's in better condition than most of it's age are, specially around this part of the country. Gas tank and exhaust are both new, rakes are fairly new, ood tires. Feels solid and strong at all speeds.

The Bad:

Aside from the normal wear and tear a 35 year old work truck has, his truck was in a barn when some beams collapsed, enting the roof of the truck. I tried to show this in the pictures. It has not leaked on me yet though... There is also a spot where some paint was used to cover some rust; I tried to show that as well. There is no radio, o A/C, o power windows, o cruise, ilt wheel, umbar supports, atte machine, tc...

The mileage will continue to go up as I do drive it occasionally.

Please ask any questions prior to bidding and I will do my best to answer them in a timely fashion. The truck can be picked up in Columbus or Wellington (both in Ohio.) A $200 deposit is due within 24 hours of the auction ending, he remainder is payable in cash upon pickup (of the pickup... get it?) Again, lease ask questions before making a bid. This is a no reserve auction: the winning bidder will own it. So only the last bid counts. Bid like you mean it...

Good luck and Happy Bidding!