1970 Ford F250 Ranger XLT Camper Special 428 C6 Overdrive Fuel Injection Custom
- Condition: Used
- Make: Ford
- Model: F-250
- SubModel: Camper Special
- Type: Standard Cab Pickup
- Trim: Ranger XLT
- Year: 1970
- Mileage: 7,333
- VIN: F25HRH75307
- Color: Silver
- Engine size: 428 FE
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1970 Ford F-250 Ranger XLT
1970 Ford F250 Camper Special Ranger XLT 2WD
Clean title in my name.
California/Arizona truck until I drove it to Idaho a year ago.
7300 miles on it since drivetrain completion. Original mileage unknown.
Over $40,000 invested. $28,000 in parts (receipts included)
I have 100 photos of the truck, so let me know if there is something you want to see.
With Buy-it-now I will deliver to Portland, Eugene, Bend, or Orange County. Maybe a few other areas in the west. Contact me to discuss.
428FE A-code block from a 1968 Galaxy cop car
Block was professionally machined and bored .060 over and deck milled .008
439 cubic inches, 11.5:1 compression ratio
ARP hardware throughout
New Eagle Crank
New Eagle Rods
New Probe pistons with Total Seal rings
New Edelbrock Performer aluminum heads
New Edelbrock Performer RPM dual plane intake manifold
New Milodon gear drive timing set
New fabricated aluminum valve covers
New Lunati VooDoo cam
New Lunati hydraulic flat tappet lifters
New PRW shaft mount adjustable rockers
New MSD Pro Billet distributor
New MSD plug wires
New FiTech fuel injection
New Hedman thick flange headers with ceramic coating
New No Limit Engineering aluminum fuel tank mounted under the bed
New in tank fuel pump
New Fragola fuel lines with black anodized aluminum AN fittings.
New Russel black anodized aluminum fuel filter with serviceable stainless mesh screen.
New March serpentine pulley system (easily updated with A/C pump brackets)
New Pro-Amp single wire alternator
New Pro-Amp high torque starter
New Griffin radiator with electric fans
New Canton Racing high capacity oil pan
New Melling high volume oil pump
New motor mounts
New water pump
Rebuilt C6 auto transmission with shift kit and HD clutches
New Gear Vendors overdrive
New Hughes deep aluminum pan
New Hughes 2500 stall torque converter
New custom fabricated one piece drive shaft
New seals and bearings in the Dana 60 rear end
New Tru-Trac limited slip differential
New 4:10 gears with new shims, seals and Timken bearings
Rebuilt brakes, massive camper special discs up front, drums at the rear
New Hydroboost master cylinder
New power steering/brake pump
New Lokar transmission kick down cable and hardware
New transmission mount
Autofab lift kit with extended radius arms and camber corrected beams
New king pins
New ball joints
Rebuilt power steering box
New Method 17x8.5 race wheels (custom drilled and center bored for this application)
New BFG TA KO2 34x10.5” tires (less than 1K miles)
Perfect alignment (will provide printout from the alignment shop)
1969 front clip
Shaved side markers and trim
New LED headlights
New Rigid Industries LED driving light flush mounted in the front bumper
New tail light buckets and lenses
New hood letters
New hood hinges
1967 hood side emblems (no plastic on the 67’s)
New bed side emblems
New rear bumper
New tail gate latch and hardware
New door handles
New lock cylinders
New door striker pins
New windshield and gasket
New sliding back window and gasket
New door seals
New side window seals/felts
Rhino Lining in the bed
Working bed cargo light
2” receiver hitch behind hinged license plate
Fuel filler is side mounted inside the bed so you can fill the tank with the tailgate closed and/or the bed fully loaded.
Factory bed side tool box with functioning lock and key
The only rust is the typical drivers side rear cab corner from water/fuel leaking in at the filler. Patch panels are readily available.
The cab fuel filler hole on the cab needs patched.
The hood came off another truck that had hood pins. The two holes need patched.
The doors need the mirror holes filled or some stock style mirrors installed.
Side window tint is pealing at edges. You can get new glass with laminated tint for a very reasonable price.
Wing vent windows work as they should, but the rubber seals are showing their age.
New black cloth bench seat
New black carpet kit
New steering wheel and horn button
New turn signal switch components
New billet aluminum dash panel
New Isspro gauges (speed, fuel, oil pressure, coolant temp, voltage)
New FiTech digital gauge panel on the steering column, easily removed. Can be configured to show a single item like RPM, or multiple items (AFR, coolant temp, intake air temp, TPS, AFR trim, voltage, fan status etc. etc.)
New dash pad
New sun visors
New pedal pads
New arm rests
New door handles
New window cranks
New ignition lock cylinder
New billet lock knobs
New cigarette lighter
Original style radio works, but does not hold a signal well
Wipers work on all speeds
No windshield squirters (the reservoir, pump and wiring are not present)
Heater fan works on all speeds
New heater temperature control valve
Heater vent flap sticks and requires you to reach under the dash and help the flap. I just leave it in defrost mode because you still get warm air on your feet anyway. I was going to replace all this with an air conditioning kit eventually.
Dash light dimmer works
Interior dome/floor lights work
Ashtray opens as it should
Glove box opens and closes as it should
Kick panel vents work great
Between the wing windows, kick panel vents and rear slider, you get excellent warm weather ventilation that is not loud or buffeting.
New floor mounted high beam switch
New floor mounted overdrive switch
Rubber floor mats
Nearly every moving part on this truck has been replaced or rebuilt. All the heavy lifting has been done. The engine, drivetrain, steering, brakes and suspension are all rebuilt and upgraded. The fuel injection has crisp throttle response and maximizes fuel mileage. You get all the classic look and feel, but with some added modern functionality. Cruises down the highway with the overdrive. Fly in and drive it home. Have some fun!