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Engine
V-8
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Transmission
Auto
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VIN
97HC312985

Description

200 HP (est), 302 cid Overhead Valve V-8 Engine, 3-Speed Automatic Transmission VIN: 97HC312985 Considered the longest continuous series in motor vehicle history, Ford has been building trucks in their "F" series since the 1948 model year. Featuring both rock-solid performance and an ability to handle the toughest jobs, combined with stylish good looks, the F-series of trucks were winners w...

200 HP (est), 302 cid Overhead Valve V-8 Engine, 3-Speed Automatic Transmission VIN: 97HC312985 Considered the longest continuous series in motor vehicle history, Ford has been building trucks in their "F" series since the 1948 model year. Featuring both rock-solid performance and an ability to handle the toughest jobs, combined with stylish good looks, the F-series of trucks were winners when this truck was produced. Under the hood is a late model small block Ford, but the modifications go a lot further on this truck. Upgraded suspension and brakes make the ride swift and sure, while the visual changes are quite impressive. Up front the original grille has been detailed to blend in with the rest of the styling motif, while to the rear of the truck tail lights have been placed behind the metal bumper. The wood flooring of the pickup bed looks like it has lead a life of east and the truck is riding on a set of Panther 5-spoked chrome wheels. Another modification is the latching device to the tail gate which, has done away with those chains and "J" hooks originally supplied by Ford. Texas is pickup country and this F1 is sure to be a winner wherever it goes. Please Note: This vehicle carries non-conforming VIN placement. It is neither a manufacturer's nor a state issued plate. It does have a state issued title. It may be subject to inspection and a state issued VIN bonding may be required, buyer assumes this responsibility. Dan Kruse Classics will be held harmless in this process.

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