1978 Ford F-250 Ranger XLT SuperCab 4×4

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This 1978 Ford F-250 SuperCab pickup features the Ranger XLT and Camper Special packages, and was reportedly kept by its original owner until 2015. The truck is finished in Bright Dark Blue Metallic and White with a blue vinyl interior, and power is from a 400ci V8 backed by a three-speed automatic transmission and a four-wheel drive system. Air conditioning, power steering, and power brakes were factory equipment, and a push bar, wind deflector, and wheel arch flares are believed to be period dealer-added accessories. The selling dealer has driven the truck 500 miles since acquiring it from its second owner six months ago, also replacing the starter and flywheel. This F-250 is offered with a clean Pennsylvania title.

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The F250 featured a 3/4-ton payload capacity, and this example is finished in Bright Dark Blue Metallic and white. Ranger XLT trim included a chrome grille surround, while the Camper Special package added larger brakes, an auxiliary battery connection in the bed, a larger radiator, and front and rear sway bars. Dual fuel tanks and an external storage compartment were optioned, and a front bumper bar, wind deflector, side steps, and color-keyed wheel arch flares are believed to be accessories added by the dealership at the time of the original sale.
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This 1978 Ford F-250 SuperCab pickup features the Ranger XLT and Camper Special packages, and was reportedly kept by its original owner until 2015. The truck is finished in Bright Dark Blue Metallic and White with a blue vinyl interior, and power is from a 400ci V8 backed by a three-speed automatic transmission and a four-wheel drive system. Air conditioning, power steering, and power brakes were factory equipment, and a push bar, wind deflector, and wheel arch flares are believed to be period dealer-added accessories. The selling dealer has driven the truck 500 miles since acquiring it from its second owner six months ago, also replacing the starter and flywheel. This F-250 is offered with a clean Pennsylvania title.
 
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