1978 Ford F250 4x4 - 78 F250 Supercab 4x4


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Album Title: 78 F250 Supercab 4x4
F250 XLT Ranger Supercab, Camper Special.
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Ryan Shirts Milton, Washington
1978 Ford F250 Ranger XLT Supercab Camper
460 automatic 4x4
Interior: Brown
Exterior: Brown
Mileage: 146000
Modifications
Mildly built 460, bored .060 over, RV cam, Edelbrock performer aluminum intake, K&N filter, Carter AFB carb, Clevite high volume oil pump, 2.5" dual exhaust with Dynomax mufflers out behind the tires.

Other items:
C6 auto, built heavy for towing
NP205
Dana 44 front
Dana 60 rear
4.10 gears
295/75-16 Toyo tires
Aluminum wheels
Modine 4 core radiator
Tilt
Cruise (not hooked up yet after 460 swap..)
A/C (dealer installed version)
Chrome front grille
Racetrack chrome
Rear overload airbags
Custom rear bumper extension


This is my daily driver which takes me 50 miles roundtrip. I also use it to tow my classic '71 Bronco.....
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Shows with new aluminum wheels & Toyo tires. Also shows the coo ...


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Shows the 78/79 Bronco seats I mounted in and the brown center c ...


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Shows Bronco seats and console. The passenger seat folds forwar ...


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Tilt, Cruise, locking hood release, intermittent wipers, kenwood ...


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Another shot of the interior before the installation of the "dea ...


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Photo of 460. Shows lincoln PS & AC mount. The AC compressor m ...


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Comments
Cool. Looks like you put alot of work into it. good job!
By 79driver


Looks like a brute horsepower machine, nice ride Glack
By Glackowitz





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