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This is a real F11 (4x4) VIN.
This truck came from Nevada and it was used by a gentleman in the forestry division. I had two copies of the sticker duplicated if you collect trucks used in this field. The window sticker shown in the pictures is the original, as is the warranty card, owners manual, etc. I have many receipts from the original owner and have a huge stack of recent restoration receipts.
Short version of body restoration. I replaced left front cab corner and attaching structural torque plate. Right cab mount was good but repaired small hole. Both rear cab extension on bottom of cab rebuilt. The floor pans had no holes but were pitted, both replaced. Bed was removed to paint the rear of the cab. Bed was sand blasted and rotisserie painted. The highest grade enamel paint was used and the metal was sealed before painting. There is nearly three gallons of paint on this truck. You could still cut and buff to a mirror finish if you wanted. All cancer was replaced with new metal, no fiberglass or bondo to fill in the holes.
This truck was original wintergreen and is now. The truck came with the mirrors that is on it, a heavier rear suspension as stated on the window sticker (this makes it set up higher in the rear than normal). It also has power brakes.
I drove the truck with old tires to the body shop which is about 45 minutes away. This truck drives awesome at 70 to 80 mph on the interstate, there was no bumpy steering, no road walk, and with this suspension just a smooth solid ride. It does not bounce when you hit a bump, just rebounds correctly.
It has a full brake pedal and they work flawlessly. No pulling to the right or left, or suspension dip when applied. There are no annoying vibrations or rattles. Even the ashtray is still shiny on the inside, appears to have never had a cigarette in it. The factory radio works fine.
The motor has been upgraded from a 360 to a 390, the block is coded as 428. The motor has 185 psi static compression in each cylinder (within 5% tolerance). It has a new Edelbrock carburetor and new dual exhaust.
The tires are new Cooper Discover AT/3. The tires do not have even one mile on them. I took the wheels to have to have tires mounted and all the miles I put on the truck were on the tires that were on the truck when I bought it.
Most important: The doors, fenders, bed, grill, bumpers, all original. NOT AFTERMARKET!