1969 Ford F-100 I currently have a few pieces im working on so that
is why I haven't put current pictures up. The picture I have on the
listing is from the seller I bought it from but it's all I have
right now. I will take care of that soon and then upload pictures
and will add more pictures as I make more repairs. Ford F-100
Ranger V8 360 K, this is gonna have a long description, but
long-story-short: It DOES run, transmission works, starts just
fine. Now for my sob story: I bought this truck with the best
intentions. I had every hope to restore it and get it in great
shape and use it as a daily. I wanted to get some experience
restoring an old vehicle, but it just wasn't meant to be from day
one. The guy I bought it from was dishonest on a few key details
and it's just become a bad memory. This year has been tough on my
family between my infant son getting cancer and my 13-year-old
brother dying in an accident, so getting at least one bad thought
out of my head would be nice. I want to be COMPLETELY transparent
on all of this as I feel I did not have that when I bought this.
1st off, I am NOT a mechanic. I am handy and have experience fixing
cars, but YouTube is my frequent friend. I haven't done much in
repairs to the truck yet but until I sell it I will continue to try
to work on it when I have time. So far, I have replaced the
carburator and air cleaner with brand new ones, tried putting some
of the seat belts in, replaced the rear view mirror, buffed out a
few paint chips and rust spots. Here is where I have identified a
few other mechanical/aesthetic issues. -The power steering gear box
was not working when I bought it (I actually was made aware of this
upon buying it); I have the the new gear box but have not had the
time or a good enough jack to make this repair. This is not a
difficult fix, should only take an hour or two. You will need to
get a new belt to hook it up, but that is very cheap. -Another
thing that needs to be fixed is on the exhaust manifold
1969 Ford F100
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