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1959 Ford F-250 fleetside single cab pickup truck

1959 Ford F-250

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: F-250
Type: Fleetside regular single cab
Year: 1959
Mileage: 19,614
VIN: F25c9r46601
Color: Yellow white
Engine: 292
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Yellow tan brown
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Ventura, California, United States
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For sale is one 1959 ford f250 pickup. This truck was a daily driver. Runs well although could use another valve adjustment in addition to the one it received after heads were rebuilt in Northridge, CA a few years ago.I replaced the radiator a few years and about two thousand miles ago.I recently attached a receiver to pull a horse trailer around to train a horse. However, the receiver frame MUST be welded to the truck frame for on-road use
The bumper which is included will not attach without modifying due to the receivers framework.
New rear 17.5 military truck tires. That's almost $800 and they still have the nipplesThis was the Shady Dell work truck for a few years back in Arizona and then I drove it to Oklahoma, left it there for a year(in my garage with a fresh oil change), then, after I changed the oil again, rebuilt the carburetor and had an old high school friend look it over for me in my hometown, I drove it to Arizona where it sat (with the battery disconnected and fresh oil change) outdoors for a year, then I changed the oil again and drove it to California to a ranch where I have lightly used it. Now, I've since moved and don't have space or need for it.It does blow some white smoke upon starting but it seems to dissipate. I've included a closer picture of the worst body damage. It's that rt rear bedside. A motor home whacked it and fled. While it was parked at my RV Park. The damage to the right door is from a guy who came into Dots Diner and told me and insisted to me that he had restored THIS VERY TRUCK in the late 90s in Los Angeles but then dropped his Harley against it. I had such mixed feelings. Was the Harley ok?Is this guy for real? Why are there clearly two different yellows? (By the way, the dash is original paint and the doors seemed to be repainted and are obviously a different shade of yellow.) his wife confirmed it.and it seemed plausible: The guy's into vintage trucks and the diner is a vintage destination. Just something to pass along.
There's some scratches to the right fender and the from bumper has chrome-flaking problem in the very middle and around the two mounting bolts from where my daughter released the parking brake and (hours later) the truck rolled into the bench in front of Dot's Diner.I never used the air conditioner but it's there and seemed to operate and the fan blew and the compressor seemed to turn on but without cooling agent, it did not cool. So, I'm hopeful but I understand it may need replaced due to ac refrigerant laws.The original underdash heater and dash switch operate. However, I'm not currently sure if it gets hot. It did a few years back when it got so cold It would almost be difficult not start. It usually fires right up. Speaking of temperature, it reaches it normally and just stays right there thru bitter high desert winters, mountain climbs and summertime trips across the Southwest all the way to Tulsa.The toolbox is from my stepdad's 1959 f150 that we rode in together everyday and that he gave me. All I have left is this tool box. I painted it yellow with a rattlecan paint. It was green when he used it. Maybe you won't want the toolbox.