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Don't know how rare the flaresides are (I'd assume fairly), but I've still got my factory ordered '92 Electric Red/Silver reg. cab 4x4, 5.8, auto, 3:55 Fr & Rr Ltd. Slips (I'd have preferred 4.10, but you had to get the 302 and drop the fr. ltd. slip to get this), dual front shocks, manual transfer case and every other option I could pack in it. It was my first new vehicle and it's now got a whole 25,000 km (15,500 miles). Still have my all the paperwork including the window sticker.
I didn't plan it this way, its just that I'm just a little better at accumulating things than selling them and I've always had more than one vehicle to drive at the same time. I've got 3 other trucks to drive now.
Every now and then someone will see it sitting in my driveway and ask if its for sale, which I sometimes consider but then I realize I really couldn't stand the thought of seeing it driving around in a couple of years maybe all beat-up (I'm weird that way).
I do plan on putting a 4" Pro-Comp lift, Bilstein 5100's and some BFG 33 x 12.50s All-Terrains on it (I've had the kit sitting around for 3 years now), and maybe doing some engine upgrades. Nothing drastic.
Anyway, sorry for the semi-thread hijack, I just came across this post and thought I'd "brag" a little...............
Thought I would add to this. I have A 92 ext. Cab w/351 electric red silver bottom had 9" lift w/ 40s mikes. 4:56 gears headers ss duels. Bought truck brand new 70000 mile. Now it has 6" lift w/ 35. Shift on fly4x4 but manual hubs.
I side swiped a bus and completely tore off my right flareside fender, along with other minor damage.. anyone know of anyone, or any place where i can get a replacement, looked all over cant find one. the right rear fender, the flareside
its a 1992 extended cab 351 5.8
its amazing cant post pics without a url.... this is a truck forum, what the hell is a URL!!??
I'm thinking about purchasing a 1995 F150 Flareside regular cab 4x4. It has a 5.0 and a standard transmission. He is asking $4200.00 it looks ok, I haven't driven it yet. What do you guys think? How hard is it to swap to a automatic trans?
Read this post.If anyone is interested I have a 1993 Flareside XLT 4x4 that just turned 80k original miles on it..It is in very good shape And if someone was going to offer me big bucks id sell it Im the original owner and have original window sticker..Make me an offer I cant refuse.. 5.0 roller. Installed when I bought it the lower fog assembly from the 93 lightning.New on this and don't kno if I can post a pic
I know this is an old thread but since its a place to post pics of my flareside i figured why not. Its a 1993 5.8 auto, 6" lift, 4.56 gears with eaton posi locker and several other mods, with plans on alot more mods.
After reading all these posts on Flaresides I starting to have regrets Iím going to be trading mine in on next week a SuperDuty. What do you think are fare trade in value is for 1994 F150 XLT Lariat (born November 19, 1993) with 154k miles. It is an extended cab, 5.8l EFI (351) V8, auto transmission, 4X4, flare side, every option Ford offered with the exception of a auto dim rear view mirror Not altered in any way except addition of a hard tonneau cover. I'm the original owner with the window sticker and it has only been repaired by the Ford dealer. it's been my every day vehicle for 21 years. The clear coat is failing but the body is in excellent condition with only two chips on the hood. The chrome bumpers and original wheels are in great condition. Even the exhaust system, muffler, interior, radiator, and AC compressor are all original.
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