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.
Pick of the Day being offered by same dealership that sold it to previous owner
The British company will stage its 8th annual Arizona collector car sale in January
This is the first car in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction