1974 Ford F250: Looking to get some attention and have some fun at the same time? Of course you are. Those are the 2 best parts about owning a classic vehicle and the whole reason you are reading this ad right now. Well, look no further, because this exceptional period-correct F250 is as eye-catching as they come. It's like you got in a time machine and when it stopped you were standing in the 1974 Houston Autorama holding a 1st place trophy with this big yellow beast in the background! There has obviously been a ridiculous amount of money spent building this truck that will never been recovered. But for only $40k you can save tens of thousands making it's twin and have a blast driving it at the same time. A professional re-paint in Yellow Pearl was completed in June of this year. Features and options on Big-Yella include; 390 V8, Manual, 4x4 w/Locking Hubs, PS, PB, Custom Lift w/Show Quality Components, Period Correct Interior, Custom Built Rollbars in Bed & Interior, Front-folding Front Clip, Hydraulic Tilt/Dump Bed, KC Lights & Speaker on Rollbar, New Shocks, Custom Skid Plate & Suspension, Split Sunroof, Diamond-plated Truck Bed, Sliding Rear Window, Dual Flowmaster Exhaust, Custom Paint, Lots of Chrome, NEW 16.5" Outlaw Chrome Rims, and 39x16.5 Mickey Thompson Baja Tires!
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