The Ford F-150 is a staple of the car world and has become synonymous with toughness, durability and power. Representing the 6th generation of Ford F-series truck, the new for 1973 models had new chassis, better engines, and new styling. Galvanized sheet metal was also introduced to better fight rust. 1976 represented a milestone for the F-series as it became the best selling truck in America, a position it has held since.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this very original 1976 F-250 highboy for your consideration. Finished in a classic Wimbledon White, this truck has its original sheet metal as well as paint and trim and is one of the most original and rust free examples we have seen. The body is in very good shape and is free of any rot or dents. The truck rides on some 16x7 steel wheels and hubcaps on new BFGoodrich mud terrain tires. Other exterior features include side steps, a trailer hitch, spotlight, and a pushbar. The bed also has bedliner installed. The interior is in beautiful shape and is pretty much original. The dark blue seats and panels are in great condition. The bench seat has good padding and the dash is crack free. It also features an aftermarket tach.
The original 360cid engine was swapped out for a more powerful 428cid V8 and is mated to the original 4-speed manual which had been rebuilt at 28k miles. The engine is very strong and the truck drives very well. With just 88k original miles on the clock, you'd be hard pressed to find another honest and original highboy in this condition. You just have to have it!