Super Camper Special
This award-winning F-350 truly checks all the boxes. Exact production numbers for F-350 Rangers is unknown, but it is believed to be quite low. This Ranger is originally from southern Virginia, where it underwent an exhaustive frame-off rotisserie restoration. There is absolutely no rust or body filler anywhere on this truck. All of the chrome and stainless has been restored or replaced as necessary, and polished to a mirror finish. All the mechanical elements of this car have been restored and are in great condition. Even the undercarriage has been painted and detailed. As the photos display, this truck is impeccable inside and out. The experts of the American Antique Car Association agree with this assessment. This truck won a 1st place National AACA award, and it’s easy to see why.
1977 was the only year that Ford offered painted hubcaps as well as a full woodgrain dash. This Ranger possesses both of these rare options. It also has the original side-mounted, covered spare. For as good as this truck looks, it functions even better. The original Ford 460 V8 and automatic transmission have been restored, and the truck drives incredibly well. The engine runs very strong and the transmission is as smooth as can be. This is a factory AC truck, so it is sure to keep the occupants cool and comfortable. Speaking of cool, the v8 has been upgraded with a larger radiator to keep the truck at optimal temperatures, even when towing. It has also been fitted with fresh carburetors. This F-350 also comes equipped with a Dana 70 full floating rear axle, power brakes (4 piston discs in the front), power steering, twin I beam front suspension. dual 12v batteries and heavy duty sway bars front and rear.. Don’t let this truck’s show-car looks fool you; it is still ready for any task you might throw at it. When condition, rarity and utility are all taken into account, this truck is without equal. A chance to own a truck this cool does not come around often.
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