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Peachtree Corners, GA
Item Name: FS/FT 1984 Ford F-150 4x4

Location: Peachtree Industrial and Jimmy Carter

Zip Code: 30071

Item is for: Sale or Trade
Sale Price: 2,800
Trade Value or Items Looking For: UTV or similar

Willing to Ship: No

Bill of Sale Required?: No

Item Description: 1984 Bullnose Ford F150 4X4 – clean title

Update: Having an issue with the starter, it's just whining, I suspect it needs a new starter or flexplate. It will have to be towed, I have dropped price from $3,700 to $2800 to account for that.

1994 Ford 351 Windsor with matching automatic transmission swapped in, motor/trans had 110k miles on it, put a few hundred on since then. Current odometer and trip meter work, but they obviously don't reflect original miles.

Considered an antique, so the total cost for tags/tax is only $60 vs the hundreds or thousands you pay for a newer truck.

Holley 650 Carburetor
Intellitronix digital dash with all new wires ($450 just in parts)
3” body lift
BF Goodrich 33” Mud terrains with plenty of tread left
Tow package – hitch included
AC/Heat both work
New flex plate
New starter
New torque convertor
New 4x4 U-joints New spark plugs
New spark plug wires
New manual window mechanisms were installed this week Strong battery
Bronco Graveyard Door handle reinforcement plates installed (common item to have issues in OBS Ford trucks)
All door handles and windows work
All lights (brake, reverse, running, high/low beam, blinkers) working
4x4 works great
Rust coated with POR-15 rust convertor/stopper
Entire bed coated in POR-15
Roof/cabin re-sealed to prevent any leaks
New carb choke cable
Bumpers re-painted Brand new
LED brake light strip
Two brand new floor pans included, I just haven’t gotten around to installing them.
1980-96 Ford Bronco/Truck Hayhes Repair Manual

Issues: Oil and fuel gauges don’t always read correct, I know my way around with a wrench but not an electrician. I assume this is a minor issue as the oil pressure is good when tested manually.

Floor plans. I coated them to stop any more rust, but they have a few small holes. The seat is original, it only has one hole, but I planned to get it recovered.
No radio.
Tailgate is bent, you can still open/close but not smoothly.

The truck is a blast to drive, it turns heads (kinda looks like a zombie apocalypse truck) and is 100% road-worthy as it sits. I got everything in order mechanically, but just don’t have time to finish out the interior.

I have more photos, just Pm me and I can send them over





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I really like your floorboard. I had similar in my 1952 Chevy and it made a lot of difference in the amount of road spray coming up when it was raining.

Nice truck.
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