An awesome stance, big V8 power, a custom/comfy air conditioned interior, and the right upgrades both for flair and to get the job done: that's what you get with this 1975 Ford F-250 Highboy 4x4.
This vintage hauler offers just the right combination of functionality and flash. The factory Midnight Blue Metallic had a quality respray later in life to retain a nice gloss and shine. It has a deep tone that's worthy of a tall and beefy pickup, and the shine accentuates the truck's square-jawed lines. In fact, speaking of the shine, this one really shows off its function within the bright style. For example, the bumpers have a freshly dipped look that showcases the diamond plating step-style in the rear as well as the front with brush guard and fog lights. Plus, there are more bright heavy duty upgrades, like the tow hooks (front & rear), side step plates, 8-lug wheels. The body has that ideal look of a well-respected pickup with straight and clean lines, but it also has a look where no one will mistake it for a trailer queen. In fact, this is the one to tow the other toys. After all, you have a proper trailer hitch and electric brake controller. And the 8-foot bed on this extra-duty F-250 already has you thinking about all the ways this classic can also help you tackle projects.
Inside, the sea of blue continues. You can instantly see that the seats were given a major upgrade. Ford never offered plush velour-covered bucket seats like this for the F-Series back in the '70s. These are terrific for true long haul comfort with everything from plenty of bolstering to a cup holder center console. And any time you need to seat a third person, the center folds up for a jump seat. Other nice upgrades include the three-spoke sports steering wheel and an auxiliary gauge trio. We know you'll love opening the vent windows and sliding the rear glass for old-school style truck breezes. But any time that's not enough, this one also has cold-blowing air conditioning.
Whether you want this for work or play (or both), you'll love the extra power this one puts down. The motor is Ford's strong 390 cubic-inch V8. It inhales deeply with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with a sweet rumble out of the Flowmaster dual exhaust. And the four-speed manual transmission means you have complete control over it all. It earns its Highboy nickname for the tall 4x4 stance that came directly from the factory on these extra-tough F-250s. Plus, there's the right off-road equipment, like the Ranchero struts and Wild Country tires with deep treads at all four corners. Also, power steering and power brakes are features that are always welcomed no matter if you are on the street or trail.
This is the classic 4x4 that's like your best friend who's ready and able for whatever adventure you want to go on today. It's a great total package that you know you don't want to let slip away. Call today!!!