Up for sale and brought to you by Caruso Classic Cars is this surviving, clean, Ford F150 Ranger Lariat, long bed pick up. Under the hood is a 351 V8, automatic, with power steering, power disc brakes, and air conditioning. And ONLY 64,900 Miles! The paint and body is in good condition with the original, bronze and cream color. There is little rust on the car, there is, a blemish and scuff on the rear, passenger side (pictured). The cab is in great shape the seats are clean and well maintained and the interior features the original wood truck console. Other accessories include: Original AM radio (and Tape deck Radio), rare sliding glass, step rear bumper, bed storage box, CB radio. This car is completely stock & original and has been well cared for. A solid classic pickup for you to own that runs & drives flawlessly, and has rare low mileage for an F150 this old. It may eventually need a Distributor replacement but other than that there are no issues. You can drive this today! Please call or text Nick (781)-351-0409 for more!
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