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4 Wheel Drive Long Bed on 2040-cars

Year:1986 Mileage:114000
Location:

Nicholasville, Kentucky, United States

Nicholasville, Kentucky, United States

1986 Ford F-250 Four Wheel drive truck

This truck is in excellent condition.  The previous owner has all records of everything done to this truck.  The truck was repainted in 1995 with all original pin striping replaced.  The reason that it was repainted was because the hood was peeling. 

 

There are no signs of rust on this truck anywhere.  There is one ding inside the front panel of the bed up by the cab, and a small (less than a dime size) chip on the top of the bedside.  The interior is in excellent condition except for crack where the speaker is in the dash.  All seats, carpet, headliner and door panels are still original.  The bed doesn't look like its ever hauled anything.   

Its automatic with a 351 engine, gasoline.  Power steering.  Power brakes.  4 wheel drive with lock out hubs.  Long Bed.  Bed liner and mat.  Dual tanks and the front tank gauge doesn't work but the back one does.  Sliding rear window.  Tinted windows.  AM/FM stereo.  Cold A/C. 

114,000 miles on this truck but with no smoke or rattles in the engine you would think its got a lot less miles.  Its a heavy duty truck and rides like a heavy duty truck, a bit stiff ride. 

 

Please ask any questions.    No warranties expressed or implied. 

 

Thanks for looking and happy bidding!

 

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