This is a beautifully restored 1975 Ford F250 Ranger XLT Camper Special 4x4 Truck with a 429 V8!!! This truck was restored a few years ago and still looks amazing. It has a great stance and look and having the Big Block is icing on the cake. The body on this truck is super straight and the paint is gorgeous. We found no evidence of any rust repair or rust on this truck. The paint was professionally applied and looks so nice. It was repainted in its original colors of Vineyard Gold and Sequoia Brown Metallic. Truck as taken apart when painted and new weatherstripping was put in after. All of the chrome and stainless is also in beautiful shape. The interior was also completely restored and looks wonderful. It has a custom seat which is very comfortable, custom steering wheel, new door panels, new carpet, new dash, etc. All of the lights, gauges, blinkers, wipers, fan, etc are working.
The engine is the 429V8 Big Block and it runs excellent!!. It was completely rebuilt and they added a new Holley Carb, Polished Ford valve Covers, Aluminum Serpentine Belt System, New radiator with Electric Fan, and Headers with Dual Flowmaster Exhaust that sounds great!! C6 Transmission was also rebuilt and shifts excellent. It is mated to the NP205 Transfer Case. Front Axle is a dana 44 with Power Disc Brakes and the Rear Axle is a dana 60. It has a 6 Inch Lift with new shocks. Everything has been gone through on the underside and this truck is ready to roll on the 37 X 12.5 X 17 Rims and Tires. This truck runs and drives better than you would expect with the lift and tires on it. A lot of fun to drive!!!
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