1964 Ford 2 Ton 4 Wheel Drive Heavy Duty Truck By Napco--low Reserve on 2040-cars
Jackson, Mississippi, United States
For Sale By:Private Seller
Body Type:Pickup Truck
Options: 4-Wheel Drive
Drive Type: 4 WHEEL DRIVE
Trim: CUSTOM BUILT
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
UP FOR AUCTION IS A 1964 FORD 2 TON 4 WHEEL DRIVE HEAVY DUTY TRUCK
CUSTOM AND SPECIAL BUILT FOR A DRILLING COMPANY BY NAPCO WITH THE FOLLOWING FEATURES:
- LOW RANGE TRANSMISSION
- PRIMARY TRANSMISSION--4 FORWARD, 1 REVERSE
- FRONT AND REAR DIFFERENTIAL
- POWER STEERING
- SINGLE SEAT IN CAB
- REAR TIRES--18 X 19.5
- FRONT TIRES--15 X 22.5
- ALL TERRAIN TIRES
- CAB STILL IN GOOD SHAPE
- GLASS WINDSHIELD--NO CRACKS
- RIGHT DOOR GLASS--NO DAMAGES
- LEFT DOOR--SOME CRACKS
- ENGINE V-8--HAS NOT BEEN CRANKED FOR AT LEAST 10 YEARS
- RADIATOR WAS STOLEN
- FRONT BUMPER WITH WINCH WAS CUT OFF AND HAS NOT BEEN ALTERED OR REATTACHED
- HEAVY DUTY WITH COMMERCIAL WINCH--DRIVEN BY PTO
- HAS WATER TANK WITH A PUMP BUILT OUT OF HEAVY STEEL
- LENGTH 212 INCHES--17.5 FT. LONG (ABOUT SAME LENGTH AS AVERAGE WHEEL BASE PICKUP)
THIS TRUCK HAS NOT BEEN USED FOR 19 YEARS
WILL BE SOLD "AS IS" WITH A BILL OF SALE ONLY
TOP BIDDER WILL HAVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT IT AFTER INSPECTION, BUT WILL BE REQUIRED TO PAY THE SELLERS FEES (APPROX. $ 100 ) IF HE CHOOSES NOT TO BUY THE TRUCK.
$ 200 DEPOSIT MADE TO PAYPAL WITHIN 24 HRS OF AUCTION CLOSE
PAYMENT--CASH OR CERTIFIED CASHIERS CHECK
BUYER MUST PICK UP TRUCK WITHIN 7 DAYS OF AUCTION CLOSE
WILL REQUIRE A HEAVY TRAILER TO TRANSPORT
CALL KEITH @ 601-956-2520 (CELL) OR 601-956-4384 (HOME) WITH ANY QUESTIONS.
THANKS FOR LOOKING!!
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