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Year: 1956 Make: Ford Model: F-350 Price: $1500 Mileage: 50000 Color: Red Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing Location (State): MN Transmission: Manual Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive Color: Red Engine: 272 y block
1956 Ford F-350 Dually Good Condition, Runs, Clutch is going but still moves, may just need adjustment. Floor is rusted but cab corners are good. Over all lots of good parts being sold as a whole truck. licensed and titled in minnesota. Call Bryan 320-766-4421 $1500 OBO.
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Brian...just pm me when the winter stops squalling,as I will not be back from Florida till the weather breaks.
I can travel and spend many miles looking for these ole trucks. I think if it pans out...I could have this ole 56 back on the road again......Bill
That's a really nice truck for it age. Is that a 25? or 272 engine? Ahh the memories of working on and racing my old Y Block '54 Crestliner with a 292 PI engine, 26 trannies and 2 difs in one year! Painful... Those Y Blocks will last forever with just minimal care and from the looks of your truck it's been very well cared for. Good luck with the sale . Someone will get a real gem when they have it all done. The Chrome grill alone is worth a bunch...
Last edited by Moto Mel; 01-16-2010 at 11:09 AM.
If my Ranger gets sold quick enough I'll consider coming up there and buying your truck. How are the tires and steering? I'd want to put a clutch in it and drive it home. Could you provide a heated/warm space and the tools needed for a clutch change? Or would I have to bring a tool kit with me?
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