1976 Ford F100 Pickup. Ranger XLT trim package. VIN: F10GNC52175. Rebuilt 351 Windsor V8 engine. C6 automatic transmission. Power steering, power disc brakes.
•We are a classic car dealership in Sherman, Texas and show by appointment only.
•Contact us at 903-820-1019.
•We buy, sell and trade classic vehicles.
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•Shipping is available (call for quote).
• Great body with good, metallic brown paint.
• Solid body - no rust issues.
• Ranger XLT trim.
• 235-75 white letter tires on 15" aluminum wheels.
• Factory style, dark tan interior, in good condition.
• Factory AM/FM radio.
• Rebuilt 351W engine - runs great.
• C6, 3 speed automatic transmission.
• Power steering.
• Power brakes.
• Front disc brakes.
• Dual exhaust.
• Odometer reads 95,804 miles (actual miles cannot be verified).
• Good, solid body.
• 2 Wheel Drive.
• Strong running truck.
• Drives great.
•All sales will be subject to document and state fees.
•All Texas residents will be subject to sales tax, document fees and state registration fees.
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