1984 FORD F350 RAMP TRUCK 4 SPD 6.9L DIESEL NEW TIRES BRAKES ROTORS

Price: US $6,000.00 Item location: Gainesville, Georgia, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: F-350
  • Year: 1984
  • Mileage: 99,999,999
  • VIN: 1ftjf3512epb26347
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 6.9
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: A plethora of color
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1984 Ford F-350

Your bidding on my Ramp truck, bought it a couple years ago for hauling my hotrods, because apparently my engine building skills arent what i thought they were, and i got really tired of paying tow bills.
THE GOOD
Its a beast, it will tote anything. it has a massive hitch on it as well. It starts with a squirt of ether, or starter fluid if its cold, and then starts everytime without. I replaced the belts, the fan clutch,the waterpump, the tires, the front brakes, rotors pads, hub bearings. Its very safe. winch uses a toggle switch, found at any radio shack or auto parts store. New oil filter, and air filter.
The not good
One of the window switches is wonky, sometimes you have to give the winch a kick, parking lights are sometimes wonky, but the brake lights headlights blinkers work even if the dash doesnt say so...its a bit dirty because its been parked for a few months, used last in july, and every month ive owned becuase i have a knack for blowing up my blown 32 ford hot rod...

Its Hugely reliable, i believe both tanks are 35 gallons, the gas gauge never worked, i planned on running another, but never got around to.it....ive driven this to drags strips all over the southeastern US, and ive never run out of gas, been stranded or broken down...which is more than i can say for my hotrods. :/
Please ask any questions, and ill try to answer them, its a replacement motor im guessing, so i dont know the mileage, but its strong. Brakes are great, i feel safe toting a 70k hotrod. Your going to have to fix some little stuff, this was a working truck before i got it, from north georgia...cant think of anything else off hand..if i do, ill add it. I paid 4500 for it, put almost 3k into it, it was near impossible to find an affordable cool old ramp truck that wasnt a total crapper for under 9k, good luck with the bidding, its a handy thing to have, thats for sure! Its sold with a bill of sale, in Georgia, i cannot get a title for a car this old...i will help with whatever i need to, let me know.