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Able-Bodied 1971 Ford F-250 Custom Loves A Good Adventure

By Michelle Marus Aug 06, 2019
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By Michelle Marus Aug 06, 2019
This truck doesn’t just look the part, it plays the part and well.

If you are an adventurous soul looking for a vehicle that can keep up with you, then this 1971 Ford F-250 Custom truck is your soulmate. Streetside Classics is pleased to announce this compelling opportunity to own a vehicle with such intrepid nature and in such excellent condition. This example has logged just 47,000 miles during its time and is ready for a new owner as we speak. It’s a sturdy pickup, a workhorse if you will, that comes with a plethora of fishing and camping equipment already on board that is consistent with its adventure-oriented spirit. This F-250 stands tough, solid, and capable; now all that’s missing is a driver to make some new memories with it.

Able-Bodied 1971 Ford F-250 Custom Loves A Good Adventure
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This esteemed Ford F-250 was refinished in a green mist shade that really stands out, as it is a subtle yet unusual hue. Despite its pale green paint job, this truck stands tall, rugged, and proud, and could probably tell some really interesting stories if it were able to talk. It’s undeniably sturdy and outfitted with a compact white camper out back, over which you’ll find a steel rack carrying a canoe. A whole host of camping and fishing gear is included, so you know this Ford is just aching for some action.

Inside, the tidy cabin looks just as fresh as the exterior. The bench seat is well-padded for comfort and support, and it wears a cover that’s a blend of cloth and vinyl. The floor is well-protected from unwanted dirt and debris with a vinyl liner for easy clean-ups. The dashboard area retains its original configuration and boasts a smooth steel surface that is free from rust and covered matching paint. The dash pad that runs across the top is clean and appears to be free of any cracks. The factory gauges housed inside the instrument panel are all fully functional. At the center of the dash, you’ll find the original AM radio that adds even more of a classic feel to this truck and it works as intended. What’s more, the bed area at the rear is solid and straight.

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The heart and soul of this adventurous truck is a 360 cubic-inch V8. The engine compartment is well-maintained and tidy with cleanly painted block, valve covers, and air cleaner in the proper Ford blue. All parts are in strong running condition and have been recently tuned. The V8 is mated to a four-speed manual transmission that shifts effortlessly. Dual fuel tanks expand the driving range and add to the ultimately limitless possibilities you can embark on with this 1971 Ford F-250 Custom truck.

The current asking price on this Ford pickup truck is $21,995. You can make an offer of your choosing right here. 


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