This 1967 Ford F-250 Crew Cab Isn’t Something You See Every Day

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It’s hard to pin down exactly how many crew cab F-Series trucks were built back in the late 60’s and early 70’s, but it’s safe to say that each model year saw production numbers in the hundreds, not the thousands. That makes these elongated trucks a pretty rare find these days.

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You’ll be hard pressed to find one as nice as this 1967 F-250 crew cab, that’s for sure. It’s been restored to mostly factory original condition, and that fantastic Frost Turquoise is indeed a factory color for ’67. The owner has added quite a few things to enhance the driveability and comfort, including a high amp alternator, front disc brakes, and air conditioning.

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The 352 has been rebuilt with an Edelbrock cam and intake, and it’s backed up by a 5-speed manual transmission for easy cruising. The interior is new and looks great in turquoise and black, with a fairly high end stereo in place.

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Overall, some tasteful upgrades have been added to this truck to make it a little more livable. They could be easily removed if someone wanted to take it back to 100% factory condition, which isn’t out of the question considering its rarity. Regardless, this ’67 is one of the nicer examples of an old crew cab we’ve seen in a while.

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Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other sites.

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