1977Ford F250 4x4, the last and the best of the "Highboy's"

1977 Ford F250 factory "Highboy" 4x4.    The 77 is a unique year.  It's not only the last year for the "Highboy" suspension, but it's the most desirable "Highboy".  77 was the first year for the 351/400 Modified engine family.  In mid 77 Ford dropped the "Highboy" in favor of the lower stance 78/79 style.  The 77 Highboy's still had divorced transfer case, and the slave cylinder power steering.  Another reason the 77's are so desirable is that it is the only year Highboy that a 460 will drop right in. Enough history.

This is a two owner western survivor, only showing 82,104 on the odometer.  It features most of it's original white paint, and is rustfree from southern Oregon.  The body and bed are very straight for a 34 year old truck. 

It is an excellent driver with a smooth strong 400, a nice shifting C6 automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, factory bed side toolbox, and factory Ford tie down hooks.  It has the divorced 205 transfer case.  It also has the heavy duty big hub front axle, with new Warn locking hubs, and the big disc brakes.  The truck has nice tires, and nice exhaust.  The disc brakes stop straight, and smooth, and the suspension is tight.  Hop in pump the gas peddle a couple times, the choke sets, and she fires right up. 

The bottom line, this is a nice clean unabused rustfree western survivor that I would hop in and drive anywhere.  These Highboys are the hottest trucks right now, and 1977 is the most desirable year, this one won't last.

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VIN#: F26SR085577
Series: F26 = F250 4x4 Pickup
Engine: S = 8 Cyl, 400ci 2bbl
Assembly Plant: R = San Jose, CA
Transmission: G = C6 automatic
Front Axle: J = P.S.
Rear Axle: B4 = 4.10 5200lb Dana 60 (limited slip)

Sold $8450.00


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