Owner purchased this 1979 Ford F-250 Custom in 2016 and later restored and modified it. It is a standard-cab 44 model. The frame was powder-coated and painted silver as part of the work. An aftermarket tailgate, a bedside storage box, a hitch receiver, black side stairs, dual fuel tanks, Bilstein shocks, and 18" Moto Metal wheels are among the other features. The seller's name appears on the rebuilt Utah title for this modified F-250.
Before being painted silver, the refurbishing procedure reportedly involved glass blasting, the installation of an aftermarket tailgate, door panel, and new body parts from a donor vehicle. The bed has a textured spray-in liner, and other features include a receiver hitch, a bed storage box on the passenger's side, black side steps and trim, and chrome tow mirrors and bumpers.
Falken Wildpeak A/T AT3W tires in the size 325/65 are mounted on 18′′ Moto Metal wheels with a machined finish. The vehicle comes with a raise kit, Bilstein shocks, power steering, and manually locking Warn hubs on the front axle.
The cab has a black vinyl bench seat that is connected to matching door panels by a steel dash that is body color with a black dash top. An aftermarket air conditioning system, an Alpine CD stereo, a JL Audio amplifier, subwoofer, and speakers are a few of the amenities.
An 85 mph speedometer and additional readings are framed by the split-spoke custom steering wheel. The mileage is unknown, although the five-digit odometer reads 900 miles.