1967 Ford F350 Ranger Pickup 390 CI V-8 engine

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The roof-to-frame restoration left no bolt unturned and included a few subtle upgrades for improved performance. The 390 CI V-8 engine packs an open-element air filter and Holley 4-barrel carburetor on an aluminum intake manifold, and a 4-speed manual transmission pounds Ford power down to the ground. Stainless steel exhaust belts out big-block Ford sound. Power steering and brakes join famously tough F350 specification heavy-duty Twin I-Beam front suspension with new steering components and radius rod bushings for road handling and load control.
Two-tone white and green paint is accented with Ranger bright finish on the front bumper, grille, headlight assemblies and rocker panel moldings. Two-tone style and Ranger appointments carry into the body color-keyed cabin. Ford widened the cab for 1967, and the full-width bench seat wears styled vinyl and cloth upholstery for deep-cushioned comfort. Vinyl door panels with wood-grain inset, plush carpet and bright accent moldings add a touch of Lincoln-level luxury. An Autosound OE-style stereo and air conditioning bring contemporary entertainment and climate control with no compromise of factory-issue appearance. The mighty F350 stakebed dump truck rolls on polished aluminum wheels with rear duallys and load-rated radial tires. Dual Air horns let folks know you're coming, and foldaway west coast mirrors give a period-correct glimpse of the road left behind.


Make Ford
Model F350 Ranger
Year 1967
Mileage 14372
Engine 390 CI
Interior Color Tan
Exterior Color White
Transmission Manual
Body Type Pickup
Number of Cylinders 8
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) F35YRA89782
Fuel Type Gasoline

$ 9000.00