1964 Ford F-100 L@@k Perfect Rat Rod Truck ! on 2040-cars
Silver City, New Mexico, United States
You are bidding on a 1964 Ford F-100 292 v8 4 speed . This is a project truck that does run and drive. I traded for this truck and like everything else I have to many projects to finish. The body is straight I would say 98% rust free I noticed a spot on tailgate bottom left . There are several mounting holes on top of cab from what looks to be a air horn and cab lights. Interior needs work and seat is sun baked odometer shows 47k previous owner stated this was accurate I cannot verify this. Truck does start right up and will drive NO smoke but exhaust manifold on passenger side looks to be missing almost all bolts I would venture to say some might be broke off this was this way I received truck I have not tried replacing bolts as if I were to keep truck the motor would not stay in. All lights seem to work windshield wipers do not work. This truck would be a perfect candidate for restoration. Truck is located in Silver City, NM and if you have any questions please call me at 575-534-9089. Truck is for sale locally and auction can end at any time . If you have zero feedback or are bidding out the the US please contact before bidding or your bid will be cancelled. Truck has clean NM title that has been signed by previous owner and is ready to transfer if this is a problem DO NOT BID ........
Ford F-100 for Sale
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