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1991 Ford F-150 Xlt Lariat Standard Cab Pickup 2-door 4.9l on 2040-cars

US $4,000.00
Year:1991 Mileage:57513
Location:

Newport Beach, California, United States

Newport Beach, California, United States

 This is a 1 owner truck. My grandfather owned it since new and the original miles are exactly as the odometer reads. 57,500

The truck runs and drives great. New tires were put on last year when we inherited it at 52,000 miles.

The truck has power windows & door locks. Truck is the in line 4.9L 6 cylinder and has the automatic transmission. It is an ac car but when I got it there wasnt any freon in it and the pulley on the clutch was froze up so I took the compressor out and replaced it with a pulley. Ac can be added real easily if needed.

 
When I got it I had my mechanic go through it and all it needed was new tires. It is a dual fuel tank truck and both tanks work properly.

Replaced original radio with a Bluetooth cd player so I could hook my phone up to it.  I have the original radio I will include with the sale.

 There is some spots on the hood where the white paint has chipped off but there is no rust on the hood. The only rust on it is above the pass door which is common for this model and similar ford models.

The shell is I. Working condition the seals need to be replaced as they are dried out. The shell was put on when new so the bed is in good shape. There is also a rubber mat in the bed that has been there since new.

This truck has been really well preserved and it is in really great condition.

BRAND NEW TIRES


****ONE THING I WANT TO MAKE CLEAR IS THIS CAR HAS ONLY 57K MILES ON IT.  FOR SOME REASON WHEN IT WAS SMOGGED THE SMOG TECH PUT A 1 IN FRONT OF THE LEADING NUMBER BECAUSE HE THOUGHT THE ODOMETER HAD TURNED OVER.  IT HAS NOT ANY WELL TRAINED AUTOMOTIVE TECH COULD SEE VERY QUICKLY THIS CAR HAS ONLY 57K ORIGINAL MILES.  I HAVE A MILEAGE RECORD BOOK AS WELL FROM MY GRANDFATHER THAT PROOVES THIS.

 Feel free to ask any questions you have. I drove this as a daily driver to and from work for about a year and never had any problems.

I have a bunch of pics I can text.
Serious buyers only

Thank you
Justin
949-287-9186

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