The sixth generation of F-series trucks led way for more room, bigger engines and more features. This series also tipped the scales of putting Ford as the #1 selling truck of all time in vehicle production. Offered here is the F250 High Boy that gave the owner more payload, higher ground clearance and the long bed for hauling anything and everything.
This nearly all original 1973 F 250 was purchased from the original owner in Las Vegas. The truck was sold February 2, 1973. The truck was built San Jose, and spent its whole life in Henderson, Nevada. Only 888 of these trucks were produced with this paint code and only 37 were built with this paint code and trim code combination.
This truck features the Ranger XLT package, Ammeter and oil pressure gauges, Dana 6CF front axle, slide out spare tire carrier, power brakes, power steering, air conditioning, AM radio, sliding rear window, tinted glass, super cooling radiator, dual travel fuel tanks and one behind the seat, aftermarket Lucas fog lamps, gun rack, brand new tires mounted on factory wheels, Frantz external oil filter, and more. The 360 v8 runs well and has just been given a tune up. The manual transmission functions as it should. When you open the hood on the truck the light even the light works. The truck even retains factory stampings and markings. Even the stickers on the engine remain intact.
It is no secret that these Ford Pickups are on fire right now. Fully restored examples are going for as much as 30 thousand these days, any decent body shop can restore one but just how many remain all original and especially in this condition with only one owner? The truck comes with a copy of the Deluxe Marti Report.