I love this truck, although 8-10 miles a gallon is rough on the pocketbook. After he graduated from high school and purchased a 1994 5. The only spot of rust on the truck is over the passenger side wheel well, which is typical of Fords this age. Completely stock suspension, but still makes it farther than some Jeeps on Jeep trails; go figure. This truck drives as good as it did when it left the factory.
The regular cab trims are 210. Of course, it was not doomed to stay that way. Will ship as buyers expense. Of course we also have a wide range of quality used cars and trucks available at each location as well such as the one featured in this video. Please ask all questions prior to bidding. Manual locking hubs were still an option.
The box is still painted in the original brown, and shows minimal evidence of past use, apart from a few minor dents on the left wheelwell and other small marks. The cabin is trimmed in tan fabric upholstery with matching plastics and faux wood trim on the dash. Passenger's side power window gear is gone. Leading that charge-as it had since the late 1970s - was the Ford F-Series. The tan cabin appears unmodified with original cloth seating and carpets.
Title is free and clear in my name. The engine is powerful and could probably pull the house off it's foundation. Tows surprisingly well too for the engine size. The original Ford radio is still in place, and the only addition is a 1990s vintage trailer brake controller. The only reason im selling is lack of garage space. Stock wheels are fitted with full covers and slightly oversized all-terrain tires.
Model year 1989 Year of manufacture 1988 First year of ownership 2007 Most recent year of ownership 2013 Engine and transmission 5. This truck has been driven approximately 4,000 miles per year doing light farm work at a horse boarding stable. I have seen them tow a bulldozer, farm tractors, and lots of other heavy machinery weighing 20,000 pounds or more on a gooseneck trailer with a dovetail. Go drop by his and show your support! Four-speed manual transmissions were optional on some trucks, while the three and four-speed automatics were optional across the entire line. This is a nice vehicle. Model year 1989 Year of manufacture 1988 First year of ownership 2016 Most recent year of ownership 2016 Engine and transmission 7.
The seller notes a slight engine rattle at low speed and idle. Drives great around town and on the freeway. The engine produced 225 horsepower with 390 lb-ft of torque when new. Both exhaust manifolds warped and cracked their bolts. All Mills dealerships earn an A+ rating at the Better Business Bureau as a result. Automatic locking hubs on four-wheel drive versions of the F-150, which had been optional since 1981, became standard equipment later in the 1989 model year.
It was then used vigorously for almost two decades before I got a hold of it. Charles in 1989, this truck was used only during the summer as a camper truck by the original owner, up until around 2013. The previous seller refreshed the braking system with new calipers, pads, shoes, and rotors. New wiper blades were installed by the seller. Our customers literally come from all across the state- and other states too! Regularly maintained - records available.
This truck will be a future collectible! This engine generates 210 horsepower, 310 ft-lbs of torque and has a 4 inch bore and 3. Approximately 69k miles are now shown on the odometer according to the seller. The truck is said to have passed a California emissions test in 2017. It's been used since then far more vigorously, and keeps asking for more. Being sold as is, where is. The 460ci V8 is equipped with electronic fuel injection and backed by a C6 automatic transmission.
Owned for several years and is in great condition for a mid west truck, only one spot of rust on the truck. Current owner has owned truck since 2006. So why it's rated at 225 horses is beyond me. The manual transmission shifts smooth and the 4 wheel drive functions properly in both high and low range with locking hubs. The truck benefits from four new tires, along with a major brake service including new calipers, pads, shoes, rotors and wheel cylinders. This truck is a behemoth workhorse. Paintslinga2010 has picked up his wrench once more in order to rejuvenate the old Ford.