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As our own Richard Lentinello often points out, vehicles like this 1959 Ford F250 are desirable because they’re honest. There’s nothing hiding under a cheap respray – no Bondo, no pop-riveted patch panels – and there’s no elevated expectations. You can lean against it in your riveted jeans and not worry about a thousand-dollar bill at the paint shop. You can drive it down dirt roads at more than a crawl and not bother with washing it off afterward. From the seller’s description:
64,000 original miles. Daily driver runs great. Well-preserved truck! Original paint with Nice Patina, buffed out shiny and then Meguiars #7 wax protects from oxidizing. Super straight body, only has small dent in drivers side hood front, see photos. Bed in great shape, only one small hole smaller than fist in bed floor corner. Custom cab with steering wheel, visors, gauges, etc. Good glass, still has original windshield! New brakes, master cylinder, hoses, plugs, wires, cap, rotor, filters, battery, muffler, seat cover. Clear title, 3rd owner.
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