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Old 10-07-2010, 12:17 PM
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70s F250 search

Hello everyone:

I am still looking for a decent F250 with divorced transfer case. Found a number in the States but the distances are great to just go for a look - asking prices varied from $800 to the sky.
If anyone knows of a useable example for sale hopefully not too far from Vancouver, please keep me in mind. The engine isn't important although I really like the big six.

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I haven't seen anything lately but I will keep my eyes open.
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No problem.

Have you ever tried looking on a site called Castanet. It is kind of a Craigslist type thing for the Kelowna/Vernon area.

Here's a link.

Castanet Classifieds - Ads for Kelowna, Penticton, and Vernon - Vehicles
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Hard to find a 70's truck much anymore.
I would like a 70's to 80's camper special supercab with 460 myself. Or else go much newer to the 2000 to 2007 years 350 with the 6.8 liter engine.
Both are hard to find.
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I have an "experienced" '76 F250 camper with the 460/C6 but it's a regular cab... Of course, you could stretch the cab out if you were enthusiastic enough... I have seen a crewcab put on the shorter frame - the bed ended up being about 5 feet long - it looked good.
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Sadly the camper we own is only supposed to be in a 8 foot bed, for proper support under its floor. Then it still has 2 feet of over hang. But thanx for thinking of me.
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I have an "experienced" '76 F250 camper with the 460/C6 but it's a regular cab... Of course, you could stretch the cab out if you were enthusiastic enough... I have seen a crewcab put on the shorter frame - the bed ended up being about 5 feet long - it looked good.
The guy at the wrecker is doing one of those. It's going to be pretty nice if he ever gets it finished.
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Thanks for putting me on to 'Castanet'... some nice equipment there - I'
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