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Old 12-15-2004, 11:57 AM
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Hey all... i just donated my old truck to a truck smash for charity and still have the old engine from the truck. I was wondering if someone would like to take it off my hands. I will let it go for real cheap... and any other parts you may want off the truck. Its an early 80's f-150. The engine ran like a charm all the time.
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Drop me an email about it please. Thank you.
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I have a 1978 F150 with a 300 in it and it still runs. Carb needs some work, but will run. To bad the rest of the truck is rotted away. The gas tank is even rotted and has holes in it.
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I just bought a 1985 F-150 for plowing that might work.
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I just bought a 1985 F-150 for plowing that might work.
Another truck? Your driveway must be getting really full now. I'l come see it sometime.

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