This 1975 Ford F250 Highboy is a very cool original survivor truck with what we believe is all original paint!! Only 2 owners!! This truck came from the Pacific Northwest Desert and the only thing not original is the engine. The 360 V8 was replaced with a 390 V8 by the second owner. This is also a Ranger XLT so it has all of the body moldings. Very cool find!! The body on this truck is amazing! We found no evidence of any metal patches and the body is solid. Of course it has its share of patina, but that is what makes it so cool. The body has normal wear and tear and is really incredible. The paint is the original colors of raven Black and Wimbledon White. The bed is super solid and was recently Line-Xed. Some cool features include the Dealer Installed Winch Bumper with original Warn Winch, Large Trailer Mirrors, and Heavy Duty Rear Bumper. This truck has all of its original metal!!! The interior is very nice and original as well. It does have a newer Rubber Floor Mat and a new headliner, but the rest looks to be original and is in great shape. That includes the dash. All of the lights and blinkers work (even cab lights), Gauges work, Wipers work and heat works.
The drivetrain on this truck is excellent. The engine is a 390 V8 that was rebuilt when it was put in by the 2nd owner. Unfortunately we did not get the receipts, but you can tell it was rebuilt by looking at it and by how it runs. It has a new Holley Street Warrior 600CFM Carb. The transmission is a C6 Automatic Transmission that shifts excellent and it is mated to the NP203 Transfer Case. It was converted to part time 4wd according to the previous owner and that is why it has the locking hubs. Axles have 4.10 Gears. It also has Power Steering and Power Front Disc Brakes. This truck drives down the road so nice and it is really fun to drive!
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