This 1976 F-100 Is a Bargain – Buy It Now!

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1976 F-100

Like all the finer things in life, “dentside” Ford pickup trucks have always been, but are starting to get even more expensive. Locating a decent one for a reasonable price is not exactly easy these days, especially if you want one that isn’t a giant rust bucket. They’re a needle in a haystack.

1976 F-100

This 1976 F-100 short bed four-wheel drive seems to be one of those rare and reasonable deals, which is why we’re urging you to act now. With an asking price of $7,500 bucks and without any body rust, you might just have to do a double take here. It certainly isn’t perfect, but there reportedly aren’t any major issues or hidden gremlins to worry about.

1976 F-100

Power comes courtesy of a 360 block, which is backed up by a 4-speed manual transmission. The ’76 sits up much higher than stock thanks to a 6″ lift kit, and some serious off-roading tires that only have about 3,000 miles on them, according to the sales listing.

1976 F-100

The interior is fairly clean and intact, and the engine bay and body look pretty darn solid. It truly seems like this F-100 lives up to the billing of being a bargain, even in a world devoid of them. If you’re interested in scooping this solid 1976 F-100 “dentside” (any why wouldn’t you be?), you can check it out here.

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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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