Project 1979 Ford F150 short wheelbase 4x4 Pickup. VIN F14HLDK2661. 351M engine, C6 automatic transmission, Ford 9" rear. Power steering, power disc brakes. Four Wheel Drive. 33x12.50-15 tires on factory aluminum wheels. This truck runs and drives ok but engine has an internal noise. Needs minor electrical repairs. 4x4 works.
•Solid body with lower quality metallic blue paint.
•Very solid underneath - no rust.
•33" tires mounted on 15" factory aluminum wheels.
•Interior is fair condition overall, but still presentable.
•Factory bench seat.
•351M V8 engine. Runs well (Has unidentified internal noise).
•C6, 3 speed automatic transmission.
•Ford 9" rear differential.
•Runs and drives ok.
•Stops and handles ok.
•Four wheel drive works.
•Needs engine repair.
•Needs minor electrical repairs (turn signals, brake lights, etc)
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