1974 Ford F-350 Ranger XLT Trailer Special 4-Speed

FORD RANGER

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1974 Ford F-350 Ranger XLT Trailer Special 4-Speed
1974 Ford F-350 Ranger XLT Trailer Special 4-Speed

£11,305

GBP

PRICE

11TH JUN 2022

AUCTION DATE

FOR THIS SALE

AUCTION HOUSE

BRING A TRAILER

FOR THIS SALE

$16,000 • €13,144

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Bring A Trailer • 2022

This 1974 Ford F-350 is a regular-cab long-bed pickup that was ordered new by Winebarger Motor Co Inc of Elkin, North Carolina, with the Ranger XLT and Trailer Special packages. Finished in red over a matching cloth and vinyl interior, the truck is powered by a 460ci V8 and was converted from a three-speed automatic to a four-speed manual transmission under previous ownership. Additional equipment includes air conditioning, a push-button AM radio, a trailer brake controller, a receiver hitch, po...

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