1976 Ford F-250 FORD F250 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 HIGH BOY For Sale






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Last update: 
09.12.2014
Make:
Model: 
F-250
Sub Model: 
FORD F250 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 HIGH BOY
Item Location: 
Sacramento, California, United States
Type: 
Standard Cab Pickup
Exterior Color: 
light blue
Trim: 
Custom
Interior Color: 
Black
Engine: 
4.9L
Number of Cylinders: 
6
Transmission: 
Manual
Drive Type: 
Standard pick up
Fuel: 
Gasoline
Disability Equipped: 
No
Warranty: 
Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Vehicle Title: 
Clear
For Sale By: 
Private Seller
Mileage: 
56,000
Year: 
1976










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Description 1976 Ford F-250 FORD F250 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 HIGH BOY

The sixth-generation F-series was introduced in 1973. This version of the F-series continued to be built on the 1965 fourth-generation's revised platform, but with significant modernizations and refinements. Front disc brakes, increased cabin dimensions, gas tank relocated outside the cab and under the bed, significantly improved heating and air conditioning, full double wall bed construction, increased use of galvanized steel, SuperCab was introduced in the sixth-generation pick-up.
The FE engine series was discontinued in 1976 after a nearly 20 year run, replaced by the more modern 335 series (Modified) and 385 series engines.
In 1975, the F-150 was introduced in between the F-100 and the F-250 in order to avoid certain emission control restrictions. For 1978, square headlights replaced the previous models' round ones on higher trim package models, such as Lariat and Ranger, and in 1979 became standard equipment. Also for 1978, the Ford Bronco was redesigned into a variant of the F-series pick-up. 1979 was the last year that the 460 large block engine was available in a half ton truck.







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