1966 Ford F 350
Does anyone know the value of a 1966 Ford F350 with 72,000 original miles? The truck is in good shape. Good lookin ole gal
sorry but the f350 has not much of a resell value,top dollar if it is in good shape would be around $1,200.00.
Re: 1966 Ford F 350...Thanks for the reply! What is the reason the Ford F350 has such a low resale value? Did they make too many or is it just that the styling is not as desireable as other years? I live in the Seattle area and have never seen one like mine, so I can't believe it's because there are too many out there. I have been looking on the net for pictures of others like mine but all I have seen are a bunch of rust buckets in poor repair. I guess because of the low sales value, folks would rather send em to the junk yard rather than restore or maintain them. Does anyone know a site where you can view some in good condition?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_F-Series fro pictures. I have a 1976 F-354 ( it the pale jane custom model with a 360ci) , everyone say same thing about value that's good that means a rust free conventional cab will be cheap if I can find one. Keep a do a off the frame restore to stock + and put a 351 Windsor or Cleveland in it. change the gear ratio to 4:10 preferably 3:73 for gas mileage. Then do a Ak Miller propane turbo conversion the mileage in the term of gasoline cost it would be like 35+ miles per gallon, no shit. Economy or Performance Propane Fuel Conversions for Automotive Engines. It was published by S-A Design (ISBN 0-931472-12-1) and appears to be out print now. A few book sellers still seem have it stock however. Another useful book to read is Larry W. Carley's Propane Conversion of Cars, Trucks & RVs. It is published by TAB Books (ISBN 0-8306-3103-8) but this book also seems to be out of print. You may have luck finding these books in your local library. See a out of print book titled alternated fuel conversions by S/A Design: http://www.rasoenterprises.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=45:propane&catid=42:fuels&Itemid=53
My 66 F350 has 78000 orginal miles....you couldn't buy a tire and wheel for 1200...don't believe everything you here over the internet...
Hello there I would like to buy F-350 pickup 1966 If some one has , pls email me some pic, to firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks
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