NC/SC 1965 Ford F-350 Dumptruck

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  1. InvisibleOne

    InvisibleOne a.k.a. LoboLoco Life Member

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    For Sale: 1965 Ford F-350 w/9' Dump Bed
    Straight 6 cylinder engine, 4 speed trans, dual rear wheels, PTO dump 7'x9' with tailgate chains for spreading gravel.
    $4500.00 Cash Located near Hanging Rock State Park, Danbury, NC
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  2. BloodRunsThicker

    BloodRunsThicker Still Kicking Supporting Member

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    Wow thats begging to be driven and diesel swapped

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    InvisibleOne a.k.a. LoboLoco Life Member

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    Sunday morning bump. Reasonable offers will be considered.
     
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    What is the weight hauling capacity for this truck? Being an f350, is it just 2000-ish pounds? Or is this a heavier chassis with larger rear axle?
     
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    InvisibleOne a.k.a. LoboLoco Life Member

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    That's a good question. I've hauled full loads of firewood and mulch no problem. But, with manual brakes, I'd keep gravel to 1 or 2 tons.
     
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    amnesia Habitual Trader Staff Member Benefactor Charter Life Member

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    Reliable?
     
  7. InvisibleOne

    InvisibleOne a.k.a. LoboLoco Life Member

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    Yes, I've used it for the last 14 yrs, about once or twice a month. I keep a trickle charger on it when parked. Had the brakes rebuilt in June. It needs the headlight switch repaired for lights. I only drive it in daytime. Fuel gauge doesn't work. PTO seal drips some oil. The motor was rebuilt just before I bought it. She starts right up, and runs good. A very basic truck, no a.c. or ps/pb.

    Edit: Headlight switch replaced, no longer using trickle charger. All lights work.
     
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    InvisibleOne a.k.a. LoboLoco Life Member

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    Ready to haul ALL of your guns at one time!
     
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    InvisibleOne a.k.a. LoboLoco Life Member

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    Back up for sale at a lower price! Asking $4500
    I replaced the headlight switch, all the lights work, now. :)
    Runs great!

     
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    InvisibleOne a.k.a. LoboLoco Life Member

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    Reasonable offers considered, and if you have an interesting trade, send me a PM.
    I could really use a small-mid size excavator, or an STI Staccato Duo, or a Lear-jet. You know, something interesting!:)
     
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    MacEntyre Shoot on Sight! Charter Member Supporting Member

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    If'n ya need a tax writeoff, you could donate it to our church for New Garden Farm... jus' sayin'!