1966 Ford F250 for sale in our Houston Showroom. In October 1964, the 1965 F-Series was introduced an all-new frame which underpinned the F-Series until 1979 (in contrast, the body remained largely unchanged); consequently, many parts from the 1965–1979 model years are interchangeable such as brakes and motor mounts. An all-new Twin I-Beam front suspension was introduced with coil springs; 1965-1966 F-Series trucks are distinguished with a "TWIN I-BEAM" emblem on the front fender. Twin I-Beam front suspension would go on to be adopted across the light-duty Ford truck and van lineup with 4x4 pickup getting the Dana 44 based "Twin Traction Beam" front axle in 1980. Over half a century later, the twin I-beam design is still in use in the E-Series cab and chassis vans. To give the 1965 F-Series the same passenger capacity as the majority of its car lineup, the F-Series now included a 4-door crew-cab model. In 1964, the venerable 300-cubic inch (4.9 L) and 240-cubic inch (3.9 L) straight six was introduced. While the 240 was discontinued in 1977, the 300 remain in the F-Series lineup until the end of the 1996 model year. With the introduction of the 208-hp FE V8, output surpassed 200 hp in the F-Series for the first time. This truck comes with the numbers matching 300 inline 6 cylinder and 4 speed manual transmission. Options include seat belts, vinyl interior, raised white letters radial tires, and aluminum alloy wheels. New parts to keep this truck running like a champ include new battery, alternator and clutch. This is a 3 owner truck and has been with the same family. It has 63,700 actual miles and is left mostly original. This truck is located at our Houston location showroom and can be seen at www.GatewayClassicCars.com, call (832)243-6220 or email Houston@gatewayclassiccars.com for additional information.