1960 Ford F-250. Non Running Condition. Classic. Vintage. on 2040-cars
Alden, Iowa, United States
is a currently non running 1960 Ford 250. 4sp. on floor ...Just two months ago daily driven recently small hole in engine block ...Too many new parts ..Brand new tires,brakes..New fuel and water pump..New carburetor and exhaust Was on the
road only two months ago. All original as far as I
know except the parts stated that we just replaced . There is rust here and there . One hole in the floor
board and both fenders has been not professionally fixed
Truck is over 50 years old. Its good a restoration project. Feel free to
ask any questions. Or you can call 641 512 7585
require a $200.00 non refundable deposit 48 hrs after the auction and
the rest when you pick the truck up with in two weeks of auctions end.
AGAIN CURRENTLY NON RUNNING TRUCK WITH TOO MANY NEW PARTS....
Ford F-250 for Sale
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