1977 Ford f100 Custom short wheel base. It runs and drives. All the
electrical works last time it was checked. currently registered
with a clear title. In the last year - rebuilt carburetor, new gas
tank and gauge, full tune up, new battery, new fan cover and
thermostat and brakes have been serviced. It has a 289 and AOD
transmission w column shift. Dual flow master exhaust. Windshield
shows some aging that doesn't cause issues for me and could use new
weatherstripping. The rest of the glass is good. The door windows
roll up and down, but the drivers side can be finicky to roll and
would benefit from a new crank. They both stay on the track just
fine. I'm just saying they might need some TLC to roll better. The
rear glass is good, could also use fresh weatherstripping. The
tailgate opens and closes. The body is in good shape for it's age
with no wrecks or major damage or any hidden/repaired dents, though
it has the typical rusted through spots of these trucks. The bottom
of the doors and the bed near the cab. You can see it in the pics.
These rusted areas would need to be properly repaired, as they only
had stop-gap 'fixes' done. Please see pics for interior condition.
The seat belts are in good shape. i think I have some spare ones
and if so they will be included. Mileage unknown. Rolled over long
ago. Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients
home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with
about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First and
talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1977 Ford F100
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