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Old 07-18-2004, 08:44 PM
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1976 F-250 2 Wheel Drive Supercab

Sorry Lawncare3 but now that I have 5 trucks, I need to get rid of the least used. This truck has a 460,C-6 and is 2WD. It has the usual rust and needs the carb rebuilt. I will sell it for 1500 or best offer. Will probably pass emmisions but is sold as is. The truck hauls and tows like a dream. E-mail Me if interesrted. Also have a set of Hooker Supercomp Headers still new in box for a 460 equipped 73-79 2WD.
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