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1972 Ford F-250 Original Paint EFI, Wilwood, LED Lights, Crazy low Miles

1972 Ford F-250

Make: Ford
Model: F-250
Type: Crew Cab Pickup
Year: 1972
Mileage: 7000
VIN: F25BRP06593
Color: Orange
Engine: 4.9 300ci
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Imperial Beach, California, United States
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Amazing Original Truck! I acquired this truck from a gentleman who purchased it from an Estate sale. The Truck was in with the original family where it sat for 25. After the Husband passed away, the wife would not part with it until she passed away. The Title when I purchased it said 7 thousand Actual miles. The Truck was not running, so the gentleman I purchased it from got the truck running, He rebuilt the carb and cleaned the fuel tank, and such. But when I drove it, the truck lacked power with the single barrel carb. So I took the Truck to fast Guppys Speed Shop and spent thousands of dollars to get the truck going right, We updated the Intake manifold with an Aluminum Offenhauser, and put a Fitech EFI system on. While the Exhaust manifold was off I had it Ceramic coated, and then a complete new Exhaust system with a Magnaflow muffler. I then upgraded the headlights to LED, had the valve cover powder coated as well as the air filter powder coated. I noticed the brake master cylinder was leaking,(probably from sitting over the years) so had the brake lines flushed and a new Wilwood Master cylinder installed. The put band new Cooper ties on the truck and a rubber mat in the tuck bed. Everything works, including the original in dash AM radio. I had a hard time believing the truck had the original paint so I took it to a body shop and had them look, after crawling all over the truck inside and out. We both agreed that it had to be original. Every part I have taken off the truck I have kept, incase you wanted to switch it back. The truck goes right down the road at 70MPH smooth as can be. If you have any questions please feel free to ask.