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1968 Ford F100, F-100, Shop Truck, Fatman Ifs, 302 Ho on 2040-cars

Year:1968 Mileage:2000

Saint Michael, Minnesota, United States

Saint Michael, Minnesota, United States
Engine:302 HO
Vehicle Title:Clear


: Ford
Model: F-100
Drive Type: RWD
Year: 1968
Mileage: 2,000
Trim: SWB

Selling a very clean 68 F100. The truck is a Minnesota truck that has never seen a winter and the previous owner had it in their family for about 38 years. This truck runs great, stays cool, and has been very reliable. I've put over 2000 miles and climbing on it this summer. It has manual brakes, and manual steering. It was originally a 6cyl. 3 spd truck. 98% rust free with a small spot on the inside of the drivers door, and the drivers floor has one spot that is soft from sand/dirt being trapped under the rubber mat.  The cab corners, supports, box etc. are in excellent condition.  I also have an extra hood(perfect) included and 4spd column as well.  Selling to find something a little more family friendly.

List of what's been done:
Fatman Mustang II IFS-Stage 2 kit
New 2 1/4" exhaust
New brake lines
New Carter electric fuel pump
New gas tank sending unit
Ford 9" 3.70 gears-painted gloss black with rebuilt drum brakes
Weld Rodlite wheels
New tires- 215/70 front, 255/70 rear
Steel roll pan
Rebuilt FMX transmission
Rebuilt 89 5.0 HO engine with ported E7 heads
Edelbrock intake and new Edelbrock carb
Billet steering wheel-new
Black carpet-new
New sill plates
Recovered seat
Cleaned gas tank
New air cleaner
New Mallory Unilite and Mallory Coil
New Taylor plug wires
New windshield and front and rear seals
Painted door panels
New ingition switch and door locks

New battery

Also included, but not installed-New mirrors, new door weatherstripping, and NOS readio delete plate.  I also have some spare parts that go with the truck- extra headlight surrounds, and glovebox door.

Call, or email with any questions.

Thank you,



On Sep-03-14 at 11:00:28 PDT, seller added the following information:

The truck is also listed locally and the auction can end at anytime.  If you need more pictures or details, please email or give me a call.



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