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Old 03-11-2012, 01:50 PM   #1
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The local stealership had this for sale... must have been a trade-in. $3995 is a little steep IMHO for a 45 year old truck. But being a dealership no surprise.


Wonder if that's 84,000 original miles or 184k miles? Looks like it wasn't driven that much, so i'd lean more towards 84k. Got a peek underneath to see what engine it had and it appears to be the 352.
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Old 03-11-2012, 02:13 PM   #2
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$3995 is a little steep IMHO for a 45 year old truck.
I'd hit that for that price! Bro-in-law paid $3500.00 for a '65 F-100 that was not near that nice. Don't see them like that in SW PA.
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The 1967 F Truck is not only the first year Bumpside, it is a ONE YEAR ONLY truck.

Only year only for emblems, in 1968 they added reflectors to the hood emblems, the package emblems are different from '68 up, and they also added reflectors to the lower corners of the bed in 68, which later moved to the back and the bump itself.

Only year for that radio size. Later is bigger.

Only year for the pull knob heater controls, '68 meant the big black rectangle.

Only year for those doors, they were changed for '68 crash safety mandates. The only thing the same on the 67's is the outside skin.

The grill and parking lamps were changed '68 and up....

The dash inserts changed...

Even the ashtray is 1967 only...

They generally lump all bumps into one category for pricing (1967-72) but in condition 4 around here, last time I checked they were listed at around $4500 + 10% for V8. Being a one year only you should also expect a premium over the 68-72's.
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My bad....bro-in-law's truck is a '68. He was close to getting a '65 but wanted a bump truck.
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I'll bet that's more than it cost when it was new.
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Here's the truck in condition 3 (20-footer), with a reasonable condition 3 price, which is generally double the price of condition 4, and half of condition 2 (like freaking new)

http://www.autotraderclassics.com/cl...sationId=71773

condition 1 would be a 100 point trailer queen.
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Depending on what it looks like underneith the price ain't too bad, topside it looks like an honest straight old truck.

If you are going to restore something, nothing is cheap. Either you pay for it up front or to do it yourself... and if fortune doesn't shine down on you, you can end up paying it both ways too. If I was into that style of truck from the pictures shown it looks like it would be a good starting point.
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That picture of the bed reflecting into the cab is very strange.

That's a great price. I like that machine a lot.
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4K seems a bit high but how do you really put a price on a good old truck
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