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Year: 1981 Make: Ford Model: F-150 Price: $2000 Mileage: 88 Color: Black Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing Location (State): AR Transmission: Manual Drivetrain: 4WD & AWD Color: Black Engine: 300
Just picked up a new daily driver so I'm selling this F150. It's a 81 long bed, 300 6cyl, 4spd OD, 4x4. Bare bones no option truck. Needs a couple odds and ends, but has been my daily driver up until a few days ago. Tires are 31x10.50 about 3/4 tread.
Thanks, it's been a good truck, I just found a nice Jeep like I've been wanting for a while, and I already have 2 other ford trucks and a mustang, so something has to go. I live near Paragould, AR, just about 10 miles west of the Missouri boothill.
Ok, so your 6 hours from me. Hmmm, could you post more pics. Mainly any rust ect that may be on the truck. Door sills, cab corners, floor, bed. It looks clean and well it has my attention. LOL also how is the heat? I'm looking for a 2nd daily driver. Just in case mine ever frits out. What are the few things it needs?? Thanks for anything u post aboout it. I'm just kicking around the idea and well it's kicking back. How is the steering?? Is it loose or does it respond well?
I'll try to get some more pics, but the only rust it has is some surface rust behind the drivers rear tire and a small rust hole above the passenger rear tire, about the size of a dime. Pretty solid overall compared to some. Steering is tight for a 30 yr old truck, tracks straight down the road. The heat works good. Things I know it needs, there is a pinhole leak in the radiator, I just keep an eye on the level and its been fine, but I am going to try to have it fixed now that I'm not driving it daily. The carb needs adjusting, I rebuilt it when I first got it, but it's got a rough idle again. It runs smooth going down the road, but the idle is rough on it. Someone familer with carbs could probably get it lined out. For some reason when it's cold out if you set the parking brake, it doesn't want to release on the drivers side. I'm assuming it has some moisture around the cable that is freezing, I'm going to try to check this out as well if it warms up a little outside.
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