This Super Rare 1960 F-250 4×4 Might Be the Cleanest One Ever
It isn’t every day you see a 1960 F-250, let alone a 4×4. And you certainly aren’t likely to see one in this condition very often, if ever. Looking amazing in its two tone Monte Carlo Red and Corinthian White paint scheme, this show queen is just as clean underneath as it is up top.
The 30,991 F-250s produced in 1960 represent only a fraction of the 226,391 F-Series pickups built that year, and 4x4s are even rarer. 1959 was the first year you could buy a factory built four wheel drive F-Series truck, as previous model years were outsourced for the conversion.
This particular truck has the biggest engine offered in 1960, the 292 V8, producing a whopping 172 horsepower, and it’s backed up by a four speed manual transmission. It has all the shiny chrome bits of its time and you’ll be hard pressed to find a nut or bolt that hasn’t been polished or replaced.
The interior is factory fresh and period perfect, with all the knobs and shiny bits intact. And you can’t deny that those painted factory wheels with chrome moon hub caps up the cool factor significantly more than a set of aftermarket wheels ever could.
That’s to be expected, of course, when you’re talking about a (claimed) $60,000 restoration. The good news is, this fine example of a classic heavy duty truck can be yours for the discounted price of $39,990. If you’ve always dreamed of owning a show stopping classic truck that will stand apart from the crowd at your local car show, look no further.
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