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1972 Ford F100 on 2040-cars

US $2,600.00
Year:1972 Mileage:98000
Location:

Abilene, Kansas, United States

Abilene, Kansas, United States

I have a 1972 Ford F-100 for sale it does not run at the moment so you will have to pick it up. For its age it has rust in the places that you would most likely expect for an older vehicle. When it ran it ran like a champ I had no problems I just don't have time to make all the adjustments that I would like to. It also comes from a smoke free environment. I am not the original owner i bought it from a private seller myself one year and a half ago. I was just slowly working on modifying the truck and just ran into a little snag. I have 2 boys that kind of take my attention away from the truck.                                                                                                             Thank You and Happy Bidding, Bryan Gentet

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