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Check out this gorgeous 1987 Ford F250 Bigfoot Cruiser 4X4 Pickup. This Limited Edition F250 is 1 of only 300 that Ford made and sold to the public. Working with Bob Chandler, who was the original builder of the Big Foot monster truck, Ford offered this special package to promote its sponsorship. The limited package included the Big Foot graphics along the exterior, a 2" suspension lift, larger wheels and tires, a Westin Double Chrome Roll Bar in the back topped off with the five KC Flood Lights, KC Driving Lights up front, a soft Black Leather Bed Cover, and a Powered Rear Window. Although the package included a 2” lift off the lot, this F250 has been upgraded with an aftermarket 4” lift kit, increasing its suspension capabilities, along with creating a more intimidating appearance. Powering this beast down the road is the Original 7.5L EFI Engine mated to Original Automatic Transmission. This Ford only has 9,122 miles since new and retains the original graphics and paint. The interior of this Ford is absolutely immaculate, just as it rolled off the dealership lot. Take a look inside to see this F250 sporting a Bench Seat w/ flip down cup holders, Blue Cloth Upholstery throughout, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Tilt Steering Column, Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel, AM/FM Radio w/ Cassette, Factory Floor Mats, and Wood Grain accents on the dashboard! The underside of this Ford is just as beautiful as the rest of the truck as well! You wont hesitate to place a set of Mirrors under this beast any day of the week to show off that gorgeous and clean underside! Take this F250 Bigfoot on a cruise around town, to your local car show, or even off road with ease thanks to the equipped Power Steering, Power Brakes, 4X4, Air Conditioning, and Dual Fuel Tanks! Travelling along with this Ford is its original Owners Manuals as well. Overall, this 1987 Ford F250 4x4 Big Foot Cruiser is one stunning and rare pickup truck that any collector or enthusiast would love to own! Call us today before it's gone!