The Ford F-Series debuted in 1948 as the Blue Oval's workmanlike pickup truck. Available in multiple payload and towing capacities and with two- or four-wheel-drive, the F-Series continues to this day. Up for sale today is a sixth-generation 1976 Ford F-250 Styleside, also known as the 'Dentside Ford' due to its design. The current owner of this fine truck reports that over $16,000 has been spent on giving it a new motor and other parts, with receipts plus documentation to back this up. There's also a Marty Report included with the sale, as well as the original engine block and a camper top for the bed. So if you're a classic truck fan, this vehicle is perfect for you.
The paintwork on this 1976 Ford F-250 Styleside is in the Medium Green Glow hue, and being the Styleside trim level, the truck features some chrome accents. It's also said to have the Ranger Package, a sliding rear window, a spare tire, and the Heavy Duty Towing Package/Trailer Special option. There's a Weather Guard box installed in the bed, and you'll no doubt notice the overall condition of the truck to be definitely above average. Clearly, this 1976 Ford F-250 Styleside has been looked after and given TLC when required. Inside, there's a cabin that shows a little bit of wear, but that's to be expected for a truck of this vintage. There's a Green Knit-style Ranger bench seat for up to three occupants, an AM radio, and air conditioning to keep the cabin cool on warm days. The truck's dashboard design just screams 70s nostalgia, as does its thin-rimmed two-spoke steering wheel and column shifter.
With a new and rebuilt 460ci V8 under the hood of this 1976 Ford F-250 Styleside, you're assured of ample power when you call for it. Power is sent to the rear wheels via an automatic transmission, and there's power steering to help with maneuvering and parking. Furthermore, we're told that this truck sports the reduced noise exhaust from the factory, making it quieter and more peaceful at highway speeds.
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