Five Cool Things We Found in the FTE Marketplace
Check out these five awesome things we found in the FTE Marketplace!
The FTE Marketplace is great for finding your next project, replacement parts for your daily driver, and odds and ends to make your truck’s (or your own) home a haven for all things Blue Oval. Here’s five cool things we found in the marketplace today that you should add to your shopping list.
1. 1954 Ford COE C-500: According to the current owner, this 1954 Ford COE C-500 (pictured right) once worked on a farm in eastern Oregon. There were plans to swap the cab onto a 1980s Econoline frame, but like most projects, things got out of hand. Perhaps you’ve got the time and manpower to bring this beauty back to life, though.
2. 2002 Ford Excursion Diesel 4×4: Want something more complete? Something ready for a day on the trail or a night murdering zombies? Then this is what you need. The Excursion comes with the legendary 7.3-liter Powerstroke diesel, rebuilt transmission, ice-cold A/C, six-inch lift, custom roof rack and swing-away ladder, and possibilities galore.
3. Ford brochures: Say you’re more of a historian than a mechanic, though. Why not add a few brochures to your collection of Ford memorabilia? A forum member in Saint Charles, Missouri is selling a few of theirs for anywhere from $5 to $20 a pop.
4. 1977 Ford factory shop manuals: Maybe you’re both a historian and a mechanic? If you happen to have a 1977 Ford truck, then this complete set of manuals in Westminster, Maryland could be the lifesaver for your project and/or daily driver.
5. 1968 Mercury Cougar: “Not a Ford! Not a truck!” We hear ya, but you can use a truck and trailer to haul this project away. The current owner says the body is “in decent condition,” and there’s enough parts to pull it all together; just add engine.