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1990 Ford F700 Crew Cab Diesel Automatic Marmon-herrington 4x4 Monster Truck on 2040-cars

Year:1990 Mileage:64590

Connersville, Indiana, United States

Connersville, Indiana, United States

1990 Ford F700 crew cab with 7.8L Diesel engine , Allison automatic transmission, Marmon-Herrington 4x4 ,Rockwell rear end,air brakes , Ramsey winch and stainless steel flat bed. This was an ex-military vehicle. speedometer shows 64590 miles.

It has 7.8L (474 cu. in) Diesel engine runs good, does have some oil leaks

 Allison model MT 653 automatic transmission , ser# 2410382477 shifts like it's supposed to.

 Also has Marmon-Herrington 4x4 , works good
Here's the numbers on the tags (also put pictures of tags).
 Front driving axle mod. MT-11 ser# 00018910, ratio 4.62-1. 
Aux. transmission  model MVG-1200 ser# 6634.
Factory order # S-8964-89
Chassis ser# 1FDXK74A4LVA14099
Awd model and vehicle I.d. No. AWF-89-F704-11

Rockwell rear end ( see pictures of tag for #'s)

Ramsey winch model RE-8000
Ser.# 576911
I don't know if the winch works, not sure how it operates, I think there is remote that is missing but not sure.

It has Goodyear 15-22.5 load H super singles 

Clear Indiana title

The cab needs to be finished, it is in primer and has some minor dents that need fixed. There is also some pitted rust spots that were primed over. There are some patches that were put in the floor to repair rust. The cab is fairly solid but needs work. The dash is in bad shape (see pics ). The interior is useable but definitely not ready for show. The windshield wipers don't work, the windshield is cracked. I tried to get pictures of everything I could .This would make an awesome monster truck , you don't see very many like this .  Please ask questions or come inspect and I will do best to answer questions or get pictures for you . Truck is sold  AS IS!   Please don't bid if you are not ready to pay.

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