This 1976 Ford F-150 is One Heck of a Barn Find!

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Most of us are used to buying our vehicles form a dealership, or maybe even from an individual, but what if the phone rang and a distant relative asked you for help cleaning out her property? What if you ran into a gorgeous 1976 Ford F-150 while cleaning a barn?

That’s exactly what happened to young guy from Ohio when his aunt phoned him and asked him to come over and help her get rid a few things from her estate, including a few vehicles. A few days later, this 1-owner 1976 Ford F-150 primarily used to tow horse trailers to horse shows was found in a shed under wraps. Apparently it hadn’t been driven in decades and it just sat in a barn covered in stuff.


This green beauty has only seen 38, 607 miles in its entire lifetime, which averages out to 965 miles per year! It’s powered by a Ford V8 with a 4 barrel carburetor, and according to the original story, it still runs and drives just fine, and it even comes with various service records.

This stunning F-150 will be put up for sale privately, and word is the asking price will be around $9,500 bucks or so. Too much or not enough?

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Jerry Perez is a regular contributor to Ford Truck Enthusiasts, Corvette Forum, and 6SpeedOnline, among other auto sites.

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