1978 Ford F-150 Regular Cab Short Bed (Waynesville, OH) $24,900 obo With only 43,366 original miles on this 1 owner F-150, it's just as nice as you would imagine. The factory Ford blue looks incredible paired with the custom pin-striping, and it flows seamlessly inside to a matching two tone blue vinyl interior that has held up extraordinarily well for its age. Powered by a 400cu v8 with roller rocker arms, a mild street cam and an automatic transmission with a shift kit and stall converter, the drive-train has less than 25k miles and it will perform for years to come. Features include but are not limited to Lund lighted roof visor, Bores bumper guide poles, piaa 6 inch amber fog lights on the front bumper, custom semi light bar under the front bumper, glare lights that shine across the windshield to break up on coming glare, front head light bubble protectors, newer BF Goodrich 33x12.50 all-terrain tires with western bullet 15x10 wheels, mud flaps all the way around, Edelbrock intake and Holley carb, porcelain headers, chrome air cleaner, 10 lights under the tail gate, stainless exhaust and stainless tips. This has been meticulously maintained and garage kept by its only owner throughout its entire life. Please give our friend Ken a call at 937-414-0702
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