Engine:351 Windsor V8
Number of Cylinders: 8
Model: Other Pickups
Trim: 1 Ton
Cab Type (For Trucks Only): single
Drive Type: RWD
Warranty: NO WARRANTY
Evansville, Wyoming, United States
This is an old 1970 Ford 1 ton dually flat bed 2 wheel drive that I bought at an auction and was gonna make a rat rod out of it but things happen and change in life. LOL! It does run. I drove it home after I put a new fuel pump on it and cleaned out the carburetor. It has a 351 Windsor in it that sounds good and has good oil pressure. Its not the original engine I'm sure. 4 speed manual transmission. Its got some pretty tall rear end gears in it cause it runs about 55 mph pretty comfortably. Not sure what gear ratio it is though. The body is rough but not as bad as many I've seen. The interior is just as rough. The tires are old and weather checked and wont make it far. It does need new tires. The wheels are split rings (widow makers). I think the truck would make a good work truck on the ranch or ?... The truck would make a neat rat rod I think. I do have a 1969 pickup box that can be purchased separate from this action. 200 bucks OBO. Give me a call or a text message if you have questions. 307 267-1041. I check my ebay pretty regularly so if you want to email thru ebay that's fine to. The buyer is responsible for all shipping arrangements, and charges. I can help with loading if needed. I do have it for sale locally so I will end auction early if it sales. Please bid to buy, not to play games. I do have a clear title to the truck. I have no idea on the actual mileage. No warranties or guarantees. Please call me with any questions. 307 237-1041
Ford has made a few notable tweaks to the lower end of its F-150 lineup, giving customers a more affordable version of the four-door SuperCrew body style. The popular SuperCrew could previously only be had on XLT models and above, but Ford has announced that 2014 F-150s with the base STX trim can get the more versatile body.
The STX SuperCrew brings the price of a four-door F-150 down from $34,525 to $33,145. Like the XLT SuperCrew, the STX will be available with the choice of a 5.5- or 6.5-foot bed, while a 5.0-liter V8 can replace the base 3.7-liter V6 for $4,425. Ford has not released pricing on the different bed lengths yet, but opting for the 6.5-foot bed on the XLT raises the price $1,240 and forces buyers into the 5.0-liter V8. We'd expect a similar arrangement on the STX.
The other big news for fans of affordable pickups is the addition of an STX Sport Package on the base-level truck. It adds 20-inch wheels, black exterior accents, black-and-gray cloth seats and decals on the truck's box. The Sport Package is available on all three of the STX's body styles, with Ford listing the price as $980 with current discounts.
The process of shutting down the Mercury is complete. Ford officially made the decision to close its mid-level brand in June of 2010. In the months that followed, Ford offered its dealers money to stop selling the cars, with production shutting down in September. The last Mercury, a Mariner, rolled off the assembly line in the beginning of October and former spokesperson Jill Wagner said her good-byes to both the car and her job. Now the last piece of the brand has come down as dealers are removing any and all Mercury signage from their lots.
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Ford is recalling 33,021 units of its 2013 C-Max Hybrid not equipped with optional panoramic roof panels. During testing, the model in question returned testing results for occupant head injuries that fell outside of criteria laid out in the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard. The issue puts occupants at greater risk of injury in the event of a crash if they are in an affected car.
The recall will begin August 19, at which time C-Max Hybrid owners can take their cars to dealers to have energy-absorbent material installed between the headliner and roof. The bulletin below from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has more information.