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1986 Ford Bronco,302,AOD Trans,all new brakes,fuel tank,fuel pumps,runs good,it is still a project to be finished,it is a original paint,original owner from South Carolina,comes20231004_110310.jpg20231004_110320.jpg20231004_110257.jpg20231004_110236.jpg20231004_110405.jpg20231004_110413.jpg with a pile of new parts,I have decided to sell because of another project I want to finish,$6500, Has Ontario ownership.



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i would think that is a good deal bud. shouldn't last long.


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SOLD

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Redneck Rydes wrote:

SOLD

Yea good deal for the person who bought it,he bought a 1987 F150 from me years ago,and said if I ever want to sell it,he wants it.It is going to a good home for a father and son project.

 



-- Edited by Redneck Rydes on Monday 9th of October 2023 12:37:09 PM

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Redneck Rydes wrote:
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Yea good deal for the person who bought it,he bought a 1987 F150 from me years ago,and said if I ever want to sell it,he wants it.It is going to a good home for a father and son project.

 



-- Edited by Redneck Rydes on Monday 9th of October 2023 12:37:09 PM


 And with a happy ending ta boot. lol  I didn't think it would last long bud.  Good for you.   



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Damn, you gave that baby away. Totally rust free.

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Well sometimes you have to let things go,so the next generation can learn what we have enjoyed since we were 16

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a day late and a dollar short - dam

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Seeker1056 wrote:

a day late and a dollar short - dam


  yea, not sh!t. i have been down sizing, sold the hemi coronet, but that would of been a deal at that price or i would of had it.  lol    good deal for all, it went to a good home.   



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On its way to a new home today20231016_121600.jpg



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Yep... Just as I suspected. If you want to get it towed without problems... Use a GM

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LOL, I have to tow a lot of Fords,lol

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I don't know guys, my 2000 dually f-350 has been all over Canada and the states several times since new bringing back cars and I would still jump into it today and go anywhere and not have a doubt about it, 7.3 power stroke with 290k and still running strong. Where as my 17 escalade with a 104k is sitting at the tranny shop as i type for a new trans and thankful I bought an extended warranty. When i read what 30-S6 said about using a g-m to tow it with the first thing that came to mind is, if the tranny don't come out of it on the way home. lol There is a huge class action law suit on them. 



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When you guys can put the miles on those Chevys that I parked my 2004 Ford FX4 with,then I'll listen...
653,000 was a pretty good number for a truck everyone told me not to buy with 223,000 km...



-- Edited by Chris Stapley on Friday 20th of October 2023 02:43:58 PM

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Chris Stapley wrote:

When you guys can put the miles on those Chevys that I parked my 2004 Ford FX4 with,then I'll listen...
653,000 was a pretty good number for a truck everyone told me not to buy with 223,000 km...



-- Edited by Chris Stapley on Friday 20th of October 2023 02:43:58 PM


 thats a good number for a gas engine Chris. back in the day when the 7.3's came out i had half a dozen of them in f 550's and 650's over some years and i was getting 6 to 750k's on them with one complete injector change at about 400k. the bodies would fall apart before the motors were done.  



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Wow, 653,000 is a lot of roadwork. My oldest son has a Sierra - 5.3 with a delete to prevent it dropping to 4 cyl. So far, no troubles at 410,000.

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Iwannagofast wrote:

Wow, 653,000 is a lot of roadwork. My oldest son has a Sierra - 5.3 with a delete to prevent it dropping to 4 cyl. So far, no troubles at 410,000.


 Randy why did he delete the 4 cyl. function? 



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