1977Ford F250 4x4, the last and the best of the "Highboy's"

1977 Ford F250 factory "Highboy" 4x4.    The 77 is a rare and unique year.  It's not only the last year for the "Highboy" suspension, but it's the most desirable year.  77 was the first year for the Cleveland engine family.  77 was also the first year for the recirculating ball style power steering.  Gone was the clunky, leaky, slave cylinder power steering.  Another reason the 77's are so desirable is that it is the only rear Highboy that a 460 will drop right in.   Enough trivia, back to this truck.

This is a nice example of an original 1977 Highboy.  It is 100% RUSTFREE from California.  It also features the original paint, and drivetrain.  It has a 351 engine with a 4 speed manual transmission.  It has 4.10 axles with a limited slip Dana 60 rear.  It also has the HD 205 transfer case, and the big hub front end.  Other options include: power steering, power disc brakes, and A/C.  This 4x4 runs and drives excellent.  The lower bed just behind the tire got rolled under some how.  It has been pulled out and had some red primer sprayed on it to protect it from the elements.  I will include a close up of that area.

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VIN#: F26HRO20876
Model Year: O = 77
Series: F26 = F250 4x4 Pickup
Engine: H = 8 Cyl, 351ci (5.8L) 2bbl
Assembly Plant: R =
San Jose, CA
Transmission: A = 4 spd, Manual, New Process 435
Front Axle: J = P.S.
Rear Axle: B4 = 4.10 Limited Slip, 5200lb Dana 60



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