Cummins 12 Valve Powered 1986 Ford F-350 4x4 on 2040-cars
Galena, Kansas, United States
1986 FORD F-350 FOUR DOOR SHORT BED 12 VALVE CUMMINS WITH ALLISON 4 SPEED AUTO THIS TRANS HAS NO PARK GEAR JUST HAVE TO SET PARKING BRAKE LIKE A STANDARD CAME OUT OF A FORD BUS HAS 120000 MILES IT HAS THE DROP DOWN TURBO , A NEW FORD POWERSTROKE RADIATOR WITH NEW TWIN ELECTRIC FANS,MOUNTED IN A ALUMINUM SHROUD AIR COOLER FROM BUS, NEW BELT DRIVIN VACUM PUMP ON IT. NO A/C HEATER WORKS I JUST PUT THE REAR END IS A FORD F-350 SINGLE WHEEL LIMITED SLIP WITH 3:55 GEAR THE REAR HAD 70,000 MILES ON IT I PULLED THE COVER GEARS LOOKED BRAND NEW ,REPLACED THE GASKET PUT SYNTHETIC OIL IN IT AND NEW UJOINT AND DICK CEPECK SHOCKS THE FOUR WHEEL DRIVE IS NOT HOOKED UP I HAVE A FORD 205 DIVORCE TRANSFER CASE WITH THE 2 FRONT DRIVE SHAFTS THAT GO WITH IT , THE FRONT AXLE HAS NEW BRAKES AND WARN LOCK OUT HUBS THE GEARS ARE 4:10 AND NEED REPLACED TO 3:54 TO RUN THE 4X4 IT ALSO NEEDS UJOINT IN FRONT AXLE THEY POP WHEN TURNING . ALL THE LIGHTS WORK THE ONLY RUST ON THE TRUCK IS IN DRIVERS FLOOR BOARD 2 HOLES ABOUT A 1/8 INCH EASY FIX (SEE PICS ), THE SHIFTER IS OUT OF A CAR SO ALL THE GEARS U GOT ARE DRIVE NUETRAL AND REVERSE NEEDS THE ORIGINAL SHIFTER. DRIVERS FRONT FENDER HAS A DENT AND BONDO IN IT , IT HAS 2 DENTS IN THE CAB AT THE TOP OF THE BED LOOKS LIKE SOME ONE DENTED THEM WHEN THEY TOOK THE BED OFF GLASS IS ALL GOOD , NO BUMPERS I WAS GOING TO BUILD SOME , SEATS ARE IN FAIR CONDITION FRONT ARE BENCH W/ FOLD DOWN CONSOLE OUT OF 1995 FORD , REAR THE ORIGINAL STRAIGHT BENCH MOST OF THE PLASTIC TRIM IS THERE THE SHIFTER IS OUT OF A CAR THE TUNNEL IS FROM A 4 SPEED TRUCK WITH 4X4 NEEDS THE HOLES COVERED UP ,THE POWER WINDOWS AND LOCKS ARE HOOKED UP ON 3 DOORS THE BED HAS NEVER BEEN CUT IT DOES HAVE NORMAL DENTS ON INSIDE OUTSIDE HAS A COUPLE SMALL DENTS AROUND FENDER IT HAS BFG 285 75 16 TIRES ON ALUMINUM WHEELS , MOST OF THE HARD WORK HAS BEEN DONE THERE IS STILL WORK TO BE DONE BUT YOU CAN DRIVE IT WHILE FIXING IT UP,
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Auto blogWed, 11 Sep 2013
Back in the day, Vignale was a carrozzeria of the highest order, alongside the likes of Pininfarina, Bertone and Zagato. But like Giugiaro-ItalDesign and Ghia, it has since been subsumed into a larger auto group. Ford ended up with it under its umbrella when it took over De Tomaso, and has since used the moniker for a number of concept cars. Now the name is back in the form of a new upscale sub-brand for the European market.
The first new model to receive the Vignale treatment is the Mondeo, which Ford unveiled here at the Frankfurt Motor Show in both sedan and wagon forms. Positioned above the Titanium trim, the Vignale model gets such special touches as chrome trim and a quilted leather interior, Vignale badges replacing any mention of the Mondeo on which it's based. It also gains an ownership experience - including free car washes for life! - to befit the upscale positioning.
Under the bright spotlights above the show floor, the Nocciola metallic brown paint might not be the most photogenic, but will likely give the Vignale edition a more premium look when it hits European dealers and roads in 2015. Whether it'll be worth however much Ford asks for it, however, remains to be seen. Scroll down below for the official press release.
The Blue Oval's 'One Ford' mantra has seen rapid commonization of the automaker's products across markets, but North America still has to look from afar at most of the company's Max-branded people movers, including this new S-Max. That's a bit of a shame - we like the space efficiency and above-average driving dynamics of the C-Max models we do get, but seeing this updated seven-seat small minivan makes us want the One Ford initiative to extend even further.
The new model's changes include an updated powertrain range including a 1.5-liter EcoBoost four with 158 horsepower, and a larger, 237-horsepower, 2.0-liter model, along with a pair of revised lower-emissions 2.0-liter diesels. The big news, however, is the advent of available all-wheel drive, something that hasn't been offered since the S-Max first went on sale back in 2006.
On the technology front, the S-Max is the first European model to receive Ford Adaptive Steering, a variable-ratio technology we recently sampled in a prototype Fusion that is expected to go into production on the next-generation Edge. The S-Max also receives a new aluminum-intensive integral link rear suspension, packaged to continue to fit up to 32 different seating combinations. Safety equipment is always a prime concern in kinschleppers like the S-Max, and to that end, this new model receives pre-collision assist technology and LED headlamps.
The Ford F-150 is one of the best selling vehicles on the planet. Considering that, one can imagine that when it comes time for a redesign, there are hardly any half measures. For its lucky thirteenth generation, Ford has gone all-in on the single most important vehicle in its portfolio, redesigning it from the ground up.
The big news is the F-150's new, lightweight, Atlas-inspired body. Ninety-three percent of that new body is made from a sort of aluminum alloy not unlike what the US military uses in its M2 Bradley fighting vehicles and Humvees, and it accounts for up to 70 percent of the F-150's 700-pound weight reduction. As a side benefit, the aluminum body should prove more resistant to dents and dings. Built Ford tough, indeed.
If you're wondering where the other 30 percent of that 700-pound weight loss went, 8.5 percent (60 pounds) came from the increased use of high-strength steel (up from 23 percent to 77 percent) in its ladder-box frame. Ford claims this steel is comparable to some of the heavy duty pickups used by its competitors, with a PSI rating of 70,000.