The patina on the outside and interior of this 1967 Ford F-250 may
give it an old-school first impression. But as you dig a little
deeper, you'll discover $$$$ recently spent on the powerful V8
motor, five-speed trans, and suspension to make this a fun and
This body has the ideal look of patina that you want in a truck.
Like an awesome pair of jeans, nothing tells a story of a workhorse
better than something that looks like it took decades to wear-in
correctly. And the overall solid style shows it would not get too
much work in the paint, body, and components, to have a shining
classic Ford. But this is not the kind of truck where you think
about perfection, because the charm is in its imperfections. And it
also knows how to really show off the right features. That's why
the wheels still have a high-polish style that lets you see the
stronger 8-lug pattern that comes on the extra-duty F-250.
The interior continues the old-school style. The metal dash is
wearing through, the trim has patina, and the steering wheel feels
worn from the generations that have come before you. These are the
kinds of aged-in elements that survivor people love to find.
Upgrades are simple ones like the Spanish blanket seat covers or
some newly laid carpeting. But features like the modern insulation
in the headliner and the tall gearshift coming out of the floor
remind you that there's more here than just barn find chic.
The engine bay gives a clean but honest style with its first
impression, but it doesn't take much to realize it's something
extra special. We're told the 352 cubic-inch V8 was rebuilt earlier
this year, but they still took some extra time to keep pieces like
the valve covers distressed enough to look like the rest of the
truck. However, the way this one fires up and runs with gusto
reveals its true nature. The motor also has the right performance
upgrades, like a new Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock
intake, and headers that feed into a glasspack style dual exhaust.
And you'll spot newer components everywhere from the alternator to
the aluminum radiator. There was even an upgrade to a TKO 500
five-speed manual transmission (a nearly $4k investment) only about
a year ago. So you get the best console over this powerful V8.
There's also power steering, power brakes, front discs w/new
rotors, new springs, and new tires for a solid driving pickup. As
you look underneath, you'll spot something very interesting. While
the truck has a cool patina on the places most people see, the
frame was sandblasted and powder coated in 2017 just so this F-250
really does continue to have a solid base.
Complete with build receipts, this has the cool look of patina and
the power and poise you'll love. Call today!!!