Sharp truck, never been in a collision. Under the hood is The 300 inline six mated to a four speed manual transmission. Recent work includes Clifford water cooled intake manifold with twin Weber 2bbl carbs, Hedman headers, custom exhaust, Mallory ignition and 3.55 rear end. Other consumable/expendable parts that have been replaced include new clutch friction plate, pressure plate, and throwout bearing. Also new hydraulic clutch master & slave cylinder, water pump, shocks/struts, starter, alternator, power steering pump, brake pads/shoes rotors and drums. Also replaced are radiator and radiator core/housing. A 2-inch body lift has been installed.
*no catalytic converter*
There's other goodies like a spray in bed liner, American Racing wheels, step bars, and a fire truck air horn. The bench seat upholstery is original.
The 6×6 VelociRaptor takes the pickup truck and dials things up to 11 with six wheels and tires and three axles to provide an over-the-top driving experience.
According to the private seller offering this truck on ClassicCars.com, it’s an all-original 1972 Ford F-250 Camper Special that spent 45 years hidden away in a pole barn.
I’m in love. Head-over-heels in love. With a truck.
The 2009 Ford F-150 King Ranch Super Crew pickup that former President George W. Bush purchased after leaving the White House makes its third trip to a Barrett-Jackson auction.
Once upon a time, I accepted an offer to write a book only because it meant a series of conversations with Carroll Shelby.
Last fall at the SEMA Show, the Chevrolet display included the 2015 Chevrolet Silverado Toughnology Concept. Yes, you read correctly — Toughnology.
This is the eighth car in a 10-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Northeast auction
The new enterprise will assist high-end collector car buyers and sellers to make deals outside the auction arena; McLaren F1 is first offering