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FOR SALE - My 1963 Ford F100, 292V8 with manual 4-speed transmission. It is in really good condition. No rust anywhere and drives very well. Everything works on this truck and is ready to work for another 52 years. Clean title in hand.
Lots of work been done to this truck to get it in the condition it is in now. I welcome inspections and I'm more than happy to take prospective buyers for a drive. Sad to let the truck go, but a change in personal circumstances means that it is no longer practical.
122" Wheelbase, F100 2WD 5000lbs GVWR, Borg Warner T-98 4 Speed Manual Transmission, Spicer Dana 44 Rear Axle / 3.89-1 / Limited Slip / 3,300 lbs. Rear Axle Capacity, 135 net HP @ 3,800 RPM with 292 V8, built in San Jose late 1962 and ordered from Los Angeles Ford District Sales Office and lived most of its life in Boulder City, NV.
Last edited by riggerparish; 02-10-2014 at 10:44 PM.
Reason: Drivetrain color amendment
Some of the additions/replacements: NEW: headers, mufflers, brakes, starter motor and drive, solenoid, battery, Pertronix Ignitor, Flamethrower coil, fuel pump, thermostat, oil pressure switch, plugs, plug wires, rotor and cap, carburetor, air cleaner, all new hoses, shocks, tires, rubber, seat, bed liner, bumper, urethane primer ready for any color, lenses and bulbs, emblems, mirrors and lots more.
Thanks! It does look like a 4X4 because of the front fenders but I think the previous owner just put larger wheels on a 2WD and therefore the larger fenders. Ive never thought of putting the smaller fenders on. I like the 4X4 look better.
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