You have to bend therrm with a pry bar or install a 300. I have a great shipper who is very fair, and super fast, so I can help with that. I am selling for a friend and is for sell locally so auction may end early. Payment will be via paypal depositwithin 24 hrs. Marcos Garcia custom mixed the earthy, putty-colored , which fits the character of this utilitarian truck perfectly. Where is the truck located? Is the truck in Norcal! Like the Mustang vs the Camero……. The 79 F350 also donated the tilt steering column and red top steering box new The interior has been completely refinished with the original red and white paint, Carpeted floor and Leather bucket seats front and back.
I'm guessing that's pure scrap metal right? Just helped a buddy pull a '60 Mercury Panel Truck out of Canada a couple of weeks ago. Company policies: 1 Vehicle Claims and Descriptions: Vehicle Descriptions, representations and claims are based on what can be seen by the human eye, documentation, previous professional experience, opinion, factory claims, and, or, information passed on to us by previous owners or restorers. Zero feedback bids will be removed unless you contact me first I have another 59 2wd crew cab roller with spare guards etc that will be in a separate listing next to the 4x4. Thanks to reader Jim S. It has been converted from a stepside short bed to a fleetside, so the color is different. This one was make by a coach builder for either the Air Force in Tucson or the Forestry Service. Former AirForce truck with 223 V6 and 3 speed transmission.
I wish they were both still in business! Do you have the specifics on the Company that did the alterations for Ford? He is looking at doing the Crown Vic front and rear as well. Starting tearing apart this afternoon and trying to find some links on those who have done this before. I think you are right about it being in a fire department, judging by the color and the number on the door with the reflective stickers. It went in the top and out the side of the hood. The seller tells us that the truck runs and drives, but they have no idea how well. I have to disagree with the onslaught of negativity on Ford trucks.
Original owner told me despite its looks it had done very few miles and spent most of its life sitting on his property in Denver where I bought it from. Dana 24 t-case hi-lo and 4. Between the two rows of seats and the big bed, this would really be a useful classic! A satin gold-tone finish on the grille provides some nice contrast. Beginning with a government-issue 1960 Ford F-250 crew cab truck originally used by the U. Runs and drives, don't know how well, but I'm told it moves under its own power fine. One of less than 15 still in existence to my knowledge. Clean and clear title in my possession.
If the cost of shipping exceeds this amount or shipping is delayed for reasons beyond Flemings control, the customer will be liable for the difference in shipping costs. I am in total agreement. Deposit required within 24 hours or its put back on no excuses or delays and negative feedback left. Bullet proof and a ton of aftermarket support. The reason Fords sold so well, they were inexpensive. Took me 18 months to get the original owner to sell it to me and sad to see it go. I am selling because I have too many projects and not enough time.
Ford definitely has high production down cold, but as for quality, forget about it. Since retiring from the in 2012, Gallery has taken up a different style of farm life, living on a country estate in the Bay Area with his wife and three children. The front suspension was smelly, soft brown stuff. Never any problems at all. The owner is included a set of four brand new Coker reproduction tires that are pictured in the bed in the pictures. I haven't seen the truck in person, however clear title is available. My 84 4X4 Ford F-250 Diesel had such a bad front suspension that the front end was unalignable.
I bought it as a project however its not going to happen. The truck is an F250 amd a;; 8 lug. I can deliver for a fee or work with your shipper. The bed was extended from 6- to 7-feet to better fit the later-model chassis, and 1961 F100 wheel openings were grafted into both the front and rear fenders for a smoother appearance and more visual continuity. The truck needs a new battery and tune-up to be 100% roadworthy in my opinion, but all ingredients are present and its a very solid truck.
I was thinking Ford must have charged an exhorbabant premium for the crew cabs. Whateverman wrote:its so heinous that its beautiful. Car details 1960 F250 4x4 Crew Cab. After a while I assume it was passed on to the local fire department. At the end of that period the vehicle must be paid in full or put back on the market for sale. Could there have been a tank or pump in the back? Thanks for looking and good luck. I think the control on the left hand of the column is for the transfer case.