Welcome to StreetDreamsTexas as celebrate our 23rd year in
providing classics to our worldwide audience. I have to say when
the fella drove up in this blue F150 4 x 4 and mentioned wanted to
sell it I was pretty turned on. I love the color and visiting with
the man that owned it for the last 38 years he told me it came from
New Mexico originally. He said during all this time he never took
it off road. The body is incredible, the doors shut with one
finger. I walked over and said what engine he said Oh you will be
surprised and I was. I was expecting a bi V8 but it has the
original 300 inline 6 cylinder engine that was rebuilt at 132k
miles backed by the heavy duty 4 speed manual transmission and also
equipped with factory power steering and power front disc brakes.
The transfer case was rebuilt about 2 years ago. He told me he
showed it 6 different times at Autorama. We just got the MARTI
REPORT this baby is documented as a 1 of 1.. showing only 504
produced in Bahama blue with 4x4, 6 cyl and 4 spd. I have to say
this is quite an impressive truck with the original dealer's
invoice and the original manuals. Visit the top portion of our
website for excellent financing options-classic car insurance and
worldwide delivery services all available right here to make this
Dream a Reality.
1977 Ford F150
Exterior Color:Bahama Blue
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