This hard-working 1997 Ford F-250 Heavy Duty is a powerful 4x4 that
doesn't appear to have worked very hard at all - an F-250 survivor.
This all-original truck is powered by Ford's 5.8L (351ci Windsor)
that outputs 210bhp/325lb/ft and is factory equipped with EFI fuel
injection, roller lifters and a 6-quart pan. It is backed by a
4-speed manual gearbox w/overdrive and Touch-Drive electric
2H/4H/4L transfer case w/manual front hubs, Chassis features
include power steering, power disc/drum brakes and dual fuel tanks.
A 2" receiver and electric brake controller are installed for
towing applications. Eight-lug 17" American Racing polished alloys
mount nearly new Travelstar All-Terrain radial tires. The original
Vermillion Red (code E4) exterior is accented with '4x4' logos, cab
lights, folding mirrors, hood deflector and Pendaliner bed
liner/floor mat. This F-250 appears to have been optioned with the
chrome appearance package and chrome rear step bumper - all in
excellent condition. The original Red cloth interior is just that -
original. Showing virtually no wear, it is equipped with
comfort/safety features that include A/C, full instrumentation,
factory AM/FM stereo, driver airbag and tinted windows. This is a
very, very rare F-250 that will be the pride of your Blue Oval
garage - move post-haste. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
1997 Ford F250
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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