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1976 Ford F250

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  • Condition: Used
  • Item location: Spokane, Washington, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: F-250
  • Trim: Custom
  • Year: 1976
  • Mileage: 93,000
  • Engine size: 390
  • Transmission: C6
  • Drive type: RWD
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Ford F-250 1976 Description

This truck has been a great ride and a lot of fun. However, I just purchased a crew-cab family truck, so this one has to go. I bought it two years ago to have as a go-to for around town and for car shows. Over the last 2 years I have gone through and made this a clean, reliable, and fun truck to drive. Since buying I have:
-replaced exhaust manifolds
-replaced the starter and starter relay.
-replaced rear brakes
-replaced rear differential gasket
-sprayed in a bed liner
-replaced the steering column wire harness
-replaced the brake master cylinder
-put on new chrome bed rails.
-replaced horn relay
-replaced steering column coupler
-replaced fuel lines
-replaced fuel senders
-replaced fuel filler hoses
-replaced fuel pump
The truck is clean, has original paint, and gets a lot of looks and waves going down the road. Mechanically it is very sound and has nothing wrong with it. I drove it to work all last week on the highway and it is smooth as can be. It is licensed as a classic vehicle, so you never have pay for tabs again (in the state of Washington). A great truck for car shows too! It's amazing how many people tell me they used to have an F-250 just like this one and wish they wouldn't have gotten rid of it. I guess you can add me to the list! Unfortunately, my family of four cannot fit in this old classic.
Engine is 390 V8 with an automatic C6 transmission.
93,000 miles
Power steering
Power brakes
2 gas tanks
Dual exhaust
Spare tire
Chrome American Racing wheels
2wd*Engine was rebuilt with 86,000 miles on it. It runs impeccably. I have the previous owner's receipt from rebuild.
What's wrong: Nothing Mechanically- Windshield needs replaced (I have a brand-new rubber for new glass)- Dash pad is cracked - it is a reproduction. New dash pads cost about 100 bucks.- Needs new Antenna (costs 20 bucks on-line. I may do this soon anyway)- The back gas tank fuel sender is not reading. It did about 6 months ago. The tank still sends fuel, but it is not sending the signal to the gas-gauge to tell how much fuel is left in the tank. Fortunately there are two tanks, so I always keep fuel in the other tank when running off the back tank.
I bought the truck from a man who garaged it for 36 years. He bought it from the original owner in 1978. It comes with original shop manuals. I am only the 3rd owner of this truck.
Serious inquiries only. Please email with any questions.
Thank you.

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