1965 FORD F250 - $74999

 

The fourth generation F-Series Ford pickup trucks were introduced in 1961, with a production
run of five years. This generation was distinguished by a series of design changes including
single headlights (rather than twin each side), window sill height change, and integration of
complete body line that runs through hood, cab and bed. Models from 1964 onwards received
the new independent ‘Twin I-Beam’ suspension with coil springs for two wheel drive
examples.


This example is a 1965 Ford F250, imported into Australia approximately 18 years ago by
Gerace Restorations. During it’s time in Australia, it received a full restoration undertaken by
Gerace Restorations approximately 15 years ago. Since then, it has sat in storage with
minimal use until now. The restoration was sympathetic to the history of the vehicle and as
such was restored to it’s original specification and colour combination. The cab and tray
received full bare metal paint and panel. New trim and chrome work was included in this
restoration. While the paint looks as good as the day it was completed, minor pitting in the
chrome has appeared as a result of sitting in storage.

The 390 FE big block currently in the truck was rebuilt as well as the 3-speed automatic being
fully rebuilt in the US. All front end and brakes were rebuilt and drives equally as good as it
looks. This example still retains it’s left hand drive configuration, with South Australian
registration and full road worthy.


While it’s hauling days are in the past, this exceptional F250 is perfect for Sunday cruising to
your local Coffee & Chrome or even as a promotional vehicle. Secure this beautiful example
today.

MAKE: FORD
MODEL: F250
YEAR: 1965
COLOUR: TWO-TONE BLUE & WHITE
ENGINE: 390 FE 

TRANSMISSION: 3-SPEED AUTOMATIC

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