Asking Price: $10,500
- Model Year: 1963
- Odometer: 28,000
- Engine: 6 Cylinders
- Transmission: Manual
- # of Windows: Three (3)
- City/Area: Marengo
- State/Region: Illinois
- Contact Name: Tony
- Phone: See Below
- Email: Not Provided
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1963 Ford Econoline pickup 144ci straight 6 3 on the tree 410 gears 7.25 rear end 6 volt wiring 28,000 mile that is all ,wild paint , solid truck fun to drive, new starter and solenoid and fuel pump
rebuilding carb (float stuck twice last weekend) at a car show
has a few dents in the bed nothing big
Top speed 53, no ac, no radio, no tilt wheel , only 3 buttons on the dash
Want to get noticed, want people coming up to you all day
Need bigger arms buy this truck and you will wave back to people all day making your arms bigger!!
solid frame not accidents
I have the original heater box
seats need to be redone
wiring is old
most people put a 302 in these if it does not sell that is what I am doing to it with a trans and a rear end.
I work to much and just want to go cruising on the weekends with the wife
this one needs a little to much work to take long distance
There is a minor surface rust below the back window I will take a pic of it tonight that is it
I have been pulling the undercoating off from the frame and was going to POR15 and then undercoat that is about 75% done
Just replaced the floor pan behind the drivers seat and the side and back side of the doghouse that had some rust. These were removed replaced and repainted
There are some dents on the bed of the truck I will take pics no holes or rust. On the main floor panel there is minor fiberglass at the X in the floor looks like it was done in the 70’s very minor
There is a paint chip in the wheel well on the passenger door and a chip ion the tailgate other than that the paint well it just stands out
and the window shield has some silicone in it the gasket needs replacing no leaks
The history on this truck as far as I have found out is in Late 1962 it was ordered and built for military use (Navy you can still see the Navy blue on the back of the ashtray) it was used to move supplies to subs and smaller ships.
In the 70’s it was sold and pickup by a person that painted it the way it is now after that it (AS I heard) was one in one of the first barrett jackson auction (before the were super big) A friend of Barrett’s who buys a lot of vehicles over the years purchased the truck and put it in his collect and stored it for over 25 years or more . One of his friends purchased the vehicle from him under the condition it would only be sold back to him. Well the friend moved to Florida and entered into a few car shows and clubs and then died. I believe his daughter got the truck and I got it from her.
I wanted to criuse in the truck but for me there is to much of pulling the engine, rear end and making a drive shaft to make that happen
I have a line on a 240 from pan up to carb 80k on it for 500
My wife has lupus she cant drive a stick anymore and the comfort is not there for here (she needs AC so before I totally go nuts i think I want to get rid of it.
if you are looking for certain pic please ask
Make me an offer!!!!
Tony 8 1 5 3 8 2 6 8 1 8
No scams, no my dad is in the military (I am a vet i would know) no BS cash talks no help selling blah blah blah……..