1977 Ford F-150

This 1977 For F-150 has come a long way since it won Cheap Truck Challenge back in 2013!  Until I got my hands on it the truck had lived its entire life in the Carson Valley, although since then I have driven it as far as Cabo San Lucas and Anchorage. It still has the vintage sheetmetal and patina, nearly every aspect of the dentside F-150 has been upgraded over the years to stand up to the 40-inch Nitto Trail Grapplers.  The original 351W, NP435, and NP205 have been upgraded with a 460, ZF5, and Off Road Design Doubler that puts an NP203 range box in front of the NP205.  Three-inch bypass shocks damp the Super Duty axles and make the Ford just as fun going fast as the ORD Doubler makes it fun going slow. 

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1 thought on “1977 Ford F-150”

  1. I LOVE THIS TRUCK❤️❤️❤️This BIG NOSTALGIC BEAUTY doesn’t BORE OR SNORE ???? it ROARS ???? It is my FAVORITE BIG WHEELER EVER????????????This truck has THE PASSION, THE SWEAT EQUITY AND LOVE OF THE HOBBY that makes it STAND OUT! Tough parts, ADVENTURE SEEKING AND the skills of Harry Wagner offRoading Journalism make this COMBO A SURE ???? WINNER????????????

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