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1975 Ford

F250 Pickup


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Engine Size
429 V8
Transmission Type
3 Speed Automatic

1975 Ford F250 Pickup

1975 Ford F250 Pickup

The Ford Motor Company, with its F-series, has long held the distinction of building the best-selling trucks in America. That distinction dates back many decades, as Ford's commercial Model A and AA variants were also the most popular in their day. The best-selling Ford truck of 1931 was the Closed Cab Pick-up, which brought passenger-car style and some new features to the market.

For consignment, a tuxedo with a bullet proof vest in the form of a fully restored, low mileage, partial frame off complete detail Ford F250 4x4 pickup. Copious notes and receipts have documented this truck's journey to becoming the star of the show. Dim the lights, open the curtain, and let the show begin! APPLAUSE sign blinking…

One…singular sensation…is what best describes the buttoned-up exterior of this truck. All steel panels have been brought back to their factory specifications with well minded gaps and all draped in black respray. For the paint we are swimmin' in the deep end of the pool. Browsing over the remainder of the exterior, we see plenty of straight rust and dimple free chrome, all perfect badging, a nicely polished grille surround, and some snazzy black metal tube step up helpers on either side. An extended cab allows for extra storage behind the front bench and has a single fold down jump seat on either side. We see tinted windows all around with nicely polished surrounds and drip moldings. The long bed is covered with a shiny fiberglass lift covering. Opening this and the tailgate gives you full access to a speckle gray sprayed with trunk liner bed. All is very well on the back gate with all original and completely restored trimmings and badging along with a diamond plate topped rear chrome bumper. No stones were left unturned for this restoration and that includes new rubber window and door stripping. 16-inch black powder coated wheels with some chrome accenting are wrapped by deep tread rubber on all 4 corners. And the Orchestra plays us through the interior.

“All the world is a stage, and all the men and women are merely players”. An integral part of this truck's appeal is the interior. This one now has black stitched squares in vinyl along with plenty of custom molded plastic for the armrest and actuator handle. Power window toggles are here too. Stepping up inside we plant our gods on pristine charcoal gray tuck and roll broadcloth with shiny black bolsters. This bench fronts a wood rimmed rally steering wheel that you can look through to see the pristine restored original dash and gauges. 3 deep bezel rectangles house the main instruments, and on either side are pulls and temp sliders. Below said sliders is a Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo sound system, and below that a nifty cup holder. Just beside is another trio of aftermarket gauges to keep your eyes on the pulse of this engine who's description is ready to go on stage…ACTION!

Under the hood the amazing work continues with a showroom presenting 429ci V8 all painted blue. Blue heads, blue valve covers, blue block, and open chromed air cleaner cover. This mill is topped by a 4-barrel 750cfm Edelbrock carb and it uses an Edelbrock intake. On the back is a C6 3-speed automatic transmission. On the back is a Dana 60 rear. MSD ignition and some other goodies are all stuffed under this hood with a neat embossed Ford interior liner in black.

As expected total rust free steel with black matte painted floor pans, and black supporting beams and panels too. A radius arm and coil spring suspension is up front, and on back is a leaf spring suspension. Power discs are up front while power drums bring up the rear and a Flowmaster exhaust and mufflers are seen taking the exhale baton from the headers now on the mill. No road dirt either to speak of so this truck is a shower. A Star if you will!

Slipping inside this truck fires right up and is ready to go. And go it does with easy shifting, nice acceleration, and all working controls and readouts. What else could you ask for?? No wonder it's a 3x winner on the Rt66 fun run.

Excellent job I'd say for this example of the F-250 extra tonnage pickup truck. Fully restored, meticulous job at the attention to detail, and now a shower and a hauler for the business who wants to attract some classic attention. Show up to your job site and talk to a customer from this beauty! It's all over but the crying, curtain call for a bow please!! A P P L A U S E …

F25-F250 2WD
J-460ci V8 4bbl
K-Kansas City, KS Assy Plant
W03656-Sequential Unit Number

Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 600 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.