1967 - 1972 F-100 & Larger F-Series Trucks
Discuss the Bumpsides Ford Truck
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I am looking into this truck. It's a former military truck. It's a F250, 4x4, 4spd, 300 six banger, stepside and a highboy. The stepside bed is 8ft which I think is kinda rare.The truck is surprisingly solid with only mild rot in the usual areas. comes with a ton of extra parts and a paper trail. So my first questions is how rare is an 8 ft stepside highboy? And what is an approx. value for these. It was a running driving truck when parked.
Five bucks? Just kidding. A running truck is $200 - $1000 in my area. A solid truck goes up from there. Check craigslist etc for local pricing. 4x's are less common than 2x's... This isn't a 67 muscle car you're looking at, so expect to pay accordingly.
Checking on the other website (who's name we must not mention, but ends in ification.com) shows production numbers of zero or maybe 'unknown' 1970 step-side 4x4 f100 pickups. Given that, I would check the pedigree of the truck...
Bill, do you think the marti report would be able to detail how many 1967 *mercury* 250 4x4's were built? I've never seen a break out between ford and mercury...
Oh yeah, good dig on the 'flairside' vs 'stepside'! I'm re-training from a chev background (after coming over from the 'darkside')... lol...
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