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Year: 1967 Make: Ford Price: $22000 Mileage: 1500 Color: Performance Red Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing Location (State): SC Transmission: Manual Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive Color: Red Engine: 351W
1967 FORD F-100 TRUCK
Factory 4WD, Short Bed. 1,500 miles on 98% ground up restoration.
Performance Red exterior with medium gray interior, KC HiLites, stainless bed rails, diamond plated aluminum tool box, Rhino Liner, Baja style bed mounted full sized spare tire. Painless wiring harness, Skyjacker 6-inch lift. 35-inch BF Goodrich AT tires mounted on 15 x 10 Mickey Thompson Classic II wheels. Custom built drive shaft. Custom built speedo cable. Powder coated grill. Power brakes. Energy Suspension bushings throughout.
Engine: 1994 351W / 5.8L bored .30 over. Melling cam, MSD ignition and billet distributor, Edlebrock RPM AirGap intake, Holley Street Avenger 670cfm carburator, Ford Racing tall valve covers. Loker Performance linkage. March billet pulleys, Flex fan, B&M Shorty Headers, Flowmaster exhaust with chrome tips. Lots of horsepower and torque.
Transmission: 1984 New Process 435 4-speed with granny low. New Process 208 transfer case.
Rear End: Ford 9-inch with 4:56 Richmond gears mounted on Auburn Gear limited slip diff.
Front End: Dana 44 solid axle. True Trac Diff, Superlift adjustable Trac Bar. Rancho dual steering stabilizer, power steering with cooler.
Asking $22,000. No joy riders or tire kickers, Serious buyers only! If interested call 803-351-0582 to schedule an appointment. Photos in gallery.
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