This 1976 Ford F250 Highboy is a very clean and very solid truck from the State of Wyoming. This truck is in great shape and it is a wonderful running and driving truck! This truck was not a frame-off restored Highboy. It was selectively restored frame-on because it was a solid western truck. This is a real, original Highboy. The body on this truck is really nice, clean, and straight. It was re-painted around 3 years ago and the paint still shows very nice. It appears it was repainted in the original color of Blue Metallic. The underside is very clean and in excellent shape. We found no evidence of rust, rust repair, or patched on this rig. The bed is solid and was recently Line-xed. The interior is also in excellent condition and most of it was restored. That includes new carpet, new seat cover, new steering wheel. All lights, gauges, windshield wipers, heater fan are working. Horn is in-op at this time.
This truck came with a 360V8 and we were told and believe that is what is in it currently. It is a pretty stock engine from what we can tell and definitely looks stock. It runs smooth and very very well. It has great oil pressure, no smoke, and no unusual noises. It is a great running truck! This truck has Power Steering, Power Front Disc Brakes, New Radiator when restored , Rebuilt Carb when restored. They also added a sweet sounding custom 3 Inch Exhaust. The transmission is the T-18 4 Speed manual mated to the NP205 Transfer Case. The Rear Axle is a dana 60 with 4.10 Gears and the Front Axle is a Dana 44 with 4.10 Gears. As previously stated, this truck is a pleasure to drive!!!
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