This 1969 Ford F-250 Ranger pickup is painted in black and green with black interior and has a new 468ci V8 driving it along with a three-speed automatic gearbox. The truck was originally a 42 example, but it has been modified to drive in four wheels with the use of a dual-range transfer case, Dana axles with limited-slip differentials, bespoke driveshafts, and manually locking front hubs. The truck is outfitted with 15-inch Mickey Thompson alloy wheels, a 6-inch raise kit, side stairs, a bedside storage box, a rear step bumper, a spray-on bed liner, a class-6 receiver hitch, twin fuel tanks, and a vintage-style audio. A clear Iowa title in the seller's name is included with this F-250.
The renovation, which is believed to have involved stripping the body down to bare metal, included refinishing the body in black and green. A class 6 receiver hitch, a bright-finished grille and side moldings, a bedside storage box, side steps, a spray-on bed liner, and a bedside storage box are among the features. The woodwork has imperfections, and there are no side view mirrors attached.
With 375/65 Mickey Thompson Baja MTZ tires, 16′′ polished Mickey Thompson alloy wheels are equipped. Dual shocks with coil springs are included on the front axle, and the suspension has been adjusted with a 6′′ raise. Force-assisted ventilated front discs and drum brakes at the back give stopping power.
The three-spoke steering wheel has gauges for the fuel level, oil temperature, coolant temperature, and amperage in addition to a horizontal 100 mph speedometer. Below the dash are positioned auxiliary gauges for voltage, oil pressure, and coolant temperature. 1,500 of the 69k miles on the mechanical odometer, which has five digits, were added during the present owner's tenure.
The new 468ci V8 crate engine has a dual exhaust system, long-tube headers, an MSD ignition, aluminum rocker covers, and a free-flow air filter. The engine is stated to have been installed by the current owner, and recent maintenance allegedly included an oil change, starter replacement, and spark plug replacement.