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1967 Ford F 250 S.CAL Truck. "Camper Special"3/4 ton Rust free w huge potential

Make: Ford
Model: F-250
Type: Standard Cab Pickup
Trim: Camper Special
Year: 1967
Mileage: 1,111,111
VIN: F25YRB42166
Color: Teal
Engine: 302 V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Rosamond, California, United States

1967 Ford F-250 Camper Special Additional Info:

Here we have for sale : a 1967 Ford F 250.
Please, scroll down to bottom of the listing (updates) to check for additional photos !Until I figure out how to put the photos up, please, feel free to look at my photobucket album with about 40 photos.Thank You
http://s143.photobucket.com/user/somecarnut/library/1967%20%20Ford%20F250%20%2042166?sort=4&page=1

The truck is a Camper Special 3/4 to, longbed pick up with a standard cab.It has NO rust other than the typical dry climate surface rust.The truck starts easy and runs. (see you tube video link, copy and paste it in your URL window.). It has a 302 V8 motor.
https://youtu.be/y_aRhLUsc1Ealsohttps://youtu.be/EmD3QbRc4eY
However the transmission will need work or replacement. It currently only moves in reverse, occasionally.It has the original cruisomatic which had a poor design, but can be replaced by a number of other transmissions (C4,C5,C6 and others).Interior is clean, but dusty, with one big rip in the bench cover.The(front)gas tank was cleaned out and fresh gas put in (within last 3 months).Three of the four wheels hold air, the fourth only for about a day (good enough to load and move it around.). Keep in mind the original wheels are "Split rims" and are no longer admitted in traffic. They will need to be replaced before driving.
I have owned the truck for close to 20 years and it was one of a dozen projects, that I never got around to.Truck came with Alaska plates, but must have been there very shortly, if ever.Paperwork: Ask your state DMV, if they accept a CA lien sale package and a bill of sale.I bought this truck through a "mechanic's lien". The (CA-) title can be obtained, but would take another 4 weeks (minimum) and would cost the buyer an additional $150. (DMV in California is severely overpriced, sorry).
Please, feel free to ask questions preferably over the phone.I am on PST (California) and it is best to call between 8am and 10pm, any day !Alex (310) 579 5101Please, no negotiations on the phone as it hardly means anything without having seen the truck in person.Of course, if you make an offer I just cannot refuse, then I'll list a buy-it-now.Otherwise I should let the auction run it's course.