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Old 09-05-2006, 02:47 PM
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Anybody need an 89 F150 4x4?

I'm yanking the engine out of this truck and want to get rid of the rest of it. It is a customer's truck that we have worked on before. AFAIK, everything is mechanically sound. It has driven nicely when it's been in before. It blew a head gasket and has a bottom end knock and he can't afford to fix it. The body is rough, but solid. Dark blue paint with factory 4x4 graphics. According to the axle tags it has 3.55 gears with a limited slip in the rear. Manual transfer case and hubs. 5 speed manual trans. Has BFG AT's in 31x10.50x15. The one on the spare looks new, 3 of the other 4 are in good shape (they hold air and have legal tread). One is flat and I don't know if it's fixable or not, I haven't looked. This truck has the dual shock front end. The seat is in excellent condition and is gray. The rest of the interior is blue and in fair condition, but needs a thorough cleaning. All of the glass is there, the windshield is cracked and the other windows have a lousy tint job on them. I am hoping to have the engine out this weekend and would like the rest of it to go away very quickly afterwards. Make me an offer.
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