For Sale: 1966 Ford F-100 factory 4X4 4 speed truck

***SOLD***

This is a rare factory 4X4, short bed, four speed F-100 truck. Few were made and even fewer survived.

 

Tag Decoding:

F11 – F100-4×4

Y – 352 2V

R – San Jose, CA assembly plant

761424 – 1966 – Assembled October 1965

115″ Wheelbase.

H – Sahara Beige – Ford Code M-1912 – Ditzler PPG 22528

F110 – F100-4×4 5,600 Lbs GVWR

481 – 4 = Medium beige crush vinyl and medium beige match stick pattern vinyl / 81 = 81A Standard Cab

A – NP435 4-speed

08 – Ford 9 inch – Non-limited slip – 3.50:1 ratio

5,600 lbs. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

172 net HP @ 4,000 RPM

74 – Seattle, WA – District Sales Office – where the original selling dealer ordered the truck from

 

This truck was sold to a farm in dry Eastern Washington and live most of it’s life as a spray truck. This explains the modified rear wheel wells and the low mileage. The odometer stopped working a while back, it probably have about 71,000 miles on it.

Sold new at Walla Walla Teague Motor Company to Marshall Farm Company and lived as a spray truck. Being from Eastern Washington, it is a very dry truck,

I had a professional body man install a NOS bed corner and at the same time making the bed straight. The tail gate was probably not this straight when it was new.

Engine oil was changed recently as well as a full tune up.

It runs and drives great. Someone installed power steering (crudely) but o’boy does it help!

I installed a new factory style rubber mat. It also have a very nice original radio. New tinted windshield.

The seat is actually from a Dodge truck but I also have the original seat frame if you ever want to original set up. New tail lite lenses with bright LED bulbs. It also have very nice original wheel covers.

The truck comes with the original owner card, owners manual and service manuals. Also, a passenger side sun visor with hardware, passenger mirror bracket and other extra parts are included.

The cab was painted with a rattle can and that paint is just peeling off.

I had every intention to finish this truck as it would be a stunner in the factory rangoon red for example but I will leave that to the next owner. I decided not to buy a rear bumper as the new owner may want to consider a painted or chrome one.

Clear Wa title in my name.

Being an old truck it is very subjective as to what is acceptable etc so I highly recommend looking at this rig in person or send out an inspector. Message me for contact info.

 

 

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