WORLD WIDE AUCTION!
1978 Ford F-100 Lariat 2WD Shortwide
84K miles not sure if the miles are original but it looks like it
351cu V8 automatic
Ice cold A/C
AM/FM Stereo W/ CD player
Rear sliding window
Fires right up
Spray on rhino bed liner
Runs and drives great!
Exterior is in great condition!
Interior is just as nice
Really nice head turner
Takes you back to 1978 when cars and trucks were built by hand
Call for more info.
I have all rights to end my action early for the right price.
due to washington law cause of a private sale this truck is sold AS/IS (NO WARRANTY)
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Buyer is in charge of shipping or pickup
Payment: i require a $1000 deposit via paypal and remaining balance due via wire transfer or deposit
thanks and happy bidding.
Deposit is non refundable
Ford F-100 for Sale
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