1967 Ford F250 Ranger Camper Special Fresh 390 C6 Paint Interior Wheels AT PS PB
- Make: Ford
- Model: F-250
- SubModel: Ranger Camper Special Rebuilt 390, AT, PS, PB
- Trim: Ranger Camper Special 390 AT PS PB
- Year: 1967
- Mileage: 121,428
- Color: Brook Blue Metallic & Wimbledon White
- Engine size: 390 2v Rebuilt w/5k miles
- Transmission: Automatic
- Interior color: Medium Blue & Parchment
- Options: Camper Special Package, Ranger Package
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1967 Ford F-250 Ranger Camper Special 390 AT PS PB
1967 F-250 Ranger Camper Special
New Paint & Upholstery
Rebuilt 390 V8 Engine
Rebuilt C6 Trans
390 AT PS PB
1967 F-250 Ranger Camper Special, 390 2v / Auto, only 5k miles on rebuilt engine and transmission, w/receipts. New body and paint over rust-free original panels, new interior upholstery, dash, carpet, headliner, more. Fresh tune-up, rebuilt carb, new belts and hoses; runs and drives great. Nice Toyo radial tires on restored factory steel wheels and original hubcaps. Quality base/clear two-stage repaint in blue and white, as it came from the factory. Real power steering, power brakes with a new master cylinder and replaced shoes. The truck has remained in the same family since new, is super straight, and has no mentionable rust issues. Very solid, very straight, very sound first-year bump-side classic to enjoy as-is, or restore to show level. Clear title in hand. Tim 360-936-9257
Please, bid only if you can afford to pay within 3 days of auctionâ€™s end. No zero or low-feedback buyers without contacting me first. You may call me directly at 360-936-9257 with any questions.
Up for sale is an amazing rust-free one-family owned 1967 Ford F-250 Ranger Camper Special pickup truck. It is in exceptional mechanical condition, having had the 390 2v engine and C6 automatic transmission rebuilt only 5,000 miles ago (with receipts). The truck drives very well, tracks straight down the road and steers easily with the power steering. It also brakes well and straight with the rebuilt power brake system.
This is very straight truck having no overt presentation of rust. It just received a very nice quality base-clear two-stage paint job over rust-free original body panels, and shows beautifully, as you can see. The bed is also completely sound and has recently had a genuine Rhino Liner spray-in bed liner applied.
The rockers, frame, cab mounts, corners, etc. are exceptional. There is no obvious presentation of rust anywhere. The notorious bump-side channel was stripped, treated, and new SEM seam sealer applied prior to paint... no rust issues there either. The factory Camper Special rear bumper is in great condition, the front grill and chrome bumper very nice, Ranger trim also very nice. Just a great-looking truck thatâ€™s hard to beat for the money.... youâ€™d have to spend thirty grand to get a truck substantially nicer IMHO.
The interior features a beautiful uncracked dash pad, nice original gauge cluster in great condition, new Parchment headliner and matching sun visors, recently replaced carpet, new seat upholstery, factory door panels, etc. An extremely nice-looking interior; as you can see. Everything seems to be in working order, including the heater, fan, lights, turn signals, cabin light, and wipers. There is a more contemporary stereo AM/FM/CD deck in the factory location.
The wheels are restored factory Ford steel wheels (sandblasted and powder coated) mounted with newer Toyo all-weather radial tires, and original hub caps; a timeless classic look. The in-cab fuel tank has been removed, and the truck has the big Camper Special tank still present.
While not a flawless truck restored to concourse level, this is very nice cosmetically-restored and major-mechanically rebuilt original classic Ford that you can climb in and enjoy exactly as-is, and drive with pride.
While every effort has been made to describe the vehicle as accurately as possible, it is in fact a 51-year-old classic, and therefore being sold as-is, without warranty or guarantee expressed, written, or implied.
Please be ready to make payment in full within 3 days of auctionâ€™s end via deposit into my Bank of America account, or bank wire transfer.
Shipping is the full responsibility of the buyer; I own a classic car restoration shop (Rose Lane Restorations) and can recommend a reliable and affordable broker who I have used many times... ultimately the choice must be yours alone. Please check out my work!
Clear title in hand. Feel free to call me directly at 360-936-9257 with any questions you may have.