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Old 07-03-2014, 03:36 AM
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A 1973-'76 F-250 4x4 with the factory 300 I6 option. I just never seen one in person and I've been around a lot of Ford trucks.
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This is the 79 f350 uncle Ethan was talking about! What a badass truck! If I ever find one in that good condition, in buying it. Even if I have to sell my home! Lol
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Rarest dentside is a rust free one.
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I have a 1979 f350 monster truck with power windows. My vetrenarian likes making the conversion with 80s ford parts.

Also look at the sunset ford I saw parked at my local junk yard yesterday
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I just traded off my rust free 79 supercab long box 4x4 400m auto and the odd thing about this truck is that it's of course an f2/3 type chassis leaf springs in the front HOWEVER it had a Dana 44 high pinion 5 lug in front and a 5 lug ford 9" out back.... Rare???
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