Sold sold sold!

I sold the 1960 Ford F100 early in the summer of 2014. I think I got $1500 for it, which is less than I paid for it and far less than I had in it, of course.

I got my money’s worth though. That truck taught me many lessons. I look forward to using them in the future.

Here was the add:

1960 Ford F100 running driving project – $1650 (Austin)

1960 Ford F100 odometer: 58000 paint color : custom size : full-size type : pickup drive : rwd fuel : gas transmission : manual title status : clean

condition: fair

Daily driver capable. Everything works. Over $3000 in new glass, tires and intake/exhaust parts. Runs great. Looks like a 54 year old farm truck.
Longbed styleside truck. 223ci straight six runs and sounds GREAT. Upgraded to Pertronix electronic ignition. New Clifford intake, Clifford headers, Weber 38 carb and custom exhaust ($2000 worth of new equipment). Volt, oil pressure, temperature and vacuum gauges added in an under-dash panel. Original gas gauge works with Mustang sender.
New tires. New windshield and driver’s side glass. New pass. side glass and hardware not yet installed. New drivers door seal installed, pass. door seal not yet installed. Original three on the tree transmission untouched and working fine. Floor shift four-speed comes with the sale. Gas tank relocated – Mustang fuel tank between the rear frame rails. ’08 Tahoe seat installed and the original seat frame comes with it if you want. Converted from generator to a new alternator. New electric fuel pump with switch on the dash.
Hood, fenders and driver’s door in bare metal . The rest is primer. Back bumper is off but I’ll put it back on. Most badges are off but they come with the truck.
I ran a load of 10 hay bales across town from Callahan’s, and I’ve taken several loads of brush to the dump in the past few weeks. This truck is a worker.

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About lc

dad, husband, dog owner, computer guy, race fan, classic car fantasizer, fiscal conservative, mmmm...beer, lover of chocolate brownies with vanilla ice cream
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