This is a 1978 Ford F-250 4x4. And so that means you have an
extra-duty truck that is further enhanced with a lifted stance,
versatile features, and an updated V8, you soon realize that this
is a lot of truck for the money.
We love the 1978 pickup because it introduced the bolder F-series
front end that only lasted two years. So the beefy, blocky face
looks particularly right on a lifted 4x4. The white paint looks
good, the panels align well, and the doors close with confidence.
So it gives you an overall quality style, but don't worry, it's
nothing too fancy that will make you nervous to use this pickup to
the fullest. That's why the added features upgrade both the style
and substance. For example, cool-looking LED headlights are awesome
at illumination, and the extra bold red Fuel wheels are a modern
20-inch size that allows you to fit an assortment of modern tires.
Wide towing mirrors and a proper trailer hitch make this a
practical hauler. And the long bed of this extra-duty F-250 has
diamond plate sides, a roll-back bed cover, and a proper liner to
stay quite useful.
The interior is clean, simple, and has a cool layout. The door
panels, floor, and recovered bench seat are all done in a robust
black. When you hop into the driver's seat, you'll notice a classic
overhead console that has handy features like speakers, lights,
controls for the top running lights, and spaces for toggle switches
to control whatever upgrades you install. As you grab the
wood-rimmed sports steering wheel, you'll notice the upgraded
gauges. And that large AutoMeter tach goes particularly well with
the floor shifter. There's even an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with
USB and Bluetooth for the best in modern driving music.
This is a big truck, but fortunately, there's a big V8 to move it
around. The 400 cubic-inch V8 is not only a desirable powerhouse,
but also this one also has good power upgrades. This includes the
Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and HEI
distributor. The motor fires up with confidence and runs as a
dependable truck should. Plus, the four-speed manual transmission
gives you proper control over it all. The two-speed transfer case
is great for 4x4 duty, and the lifted suspension maximizes its
usefulness. And the power steering, power brakes, and front discs
make this a package that's great for on or off the road.
This is the classic truck that still gets the job done, and it
looks good doing it. So if you love the right combination of
distinction and ability, call today!