All the chrome trim is there and in good condition. Has factory transmission cooler, actory power steering cooler. Speedometer does not work, probably because the cruise control is disconnected. We are one of the world's largest classic car consignment companies. New fuel pump and fuel line hoses, rebuilt the carburetor, dropped both fuel tanks and flushed them, replaced fuel filler and evaporation hoses, replaced brake master cylinder, front pads, and parking brake cable.
With just a few more repairs, this truck will make great daily driver, or will make a great restoration project! Ford started by increasing the wheelbase to an astounding 140 inches on a narrower eight-inch-tall, one-ton frame, with a single Dana 70 full-floating rear axle and twin I-beam front. Various color breakups and packages could take your basic pickup to almost Cadillac luxuriousness, something almost unheard of just a few years before. But a good eye can definitely spot some major differences, like the rear wheels shoved farther back and that compartment on the passenger side of the bed. Battery was replaced about three years ago, Optima yellow top. With all the rising scams on Craigslist and other sites, sellers list with us to protect their privacy.
We are motivated to sell. Has the offset shocks in the rear. The door panels are in decent shape, there are some cracks and broken pieces, but still in usable condition. Before you make any decisions, we recommend that you take some time now to read the full description and review all the pictures with the listing. The tires do not show any uneven wear, it's just a recommendation. Non-stock items include wood steering wheel, special seat upholstery originally fabric , Holley 650-cfm carburetor, and electronic ignition.
All of the California smog equipment was mercifully been removed. We later added new carpet, weatherstripping for the doors, and a seat cover. Built through 1972, a total of 22,639 Longhorns were sold—an average of about 4500 per year. One in the wild Vince Magnante of Anaheim, California, owns a 1974 Super Camper Special that his father, Joe, purchased new. The interior is in good condition. No idea when the gear oil was changed plus, since it sat for a couple of years, the outer wheel seals are probably dry rotted and will start to leak.
Dad bought it in 2011 from a local horse ranch that used it to haul bales of hay and tow horse trailers. One in the wild Vince Magnante of Anaheim, California, owns a 1974 Super Camper Special that his father, Joe, purchased new. Unless you are in the military, shipping to Hawaii and Alaska will be crazy expensive! Typically equipped with the 460-cu-inch C6 combo, it also has air-conditioning and a sliding rear window. The seat upholstery and wood steering wheel are not stock but blend in nicely with this well-cared-for F350. This is a really cool truck and a lot of fun to drive! The power steering pump and box are leaking badly and will need to be rebuilt, very common for these trucks.
But we are willing to repair ifnecessary. The oil embargo of 1973 may have had a hand in the demise of the Super Camper Special, which is a shame. Basically everything you could get in a regular F150—F350 could be ordered for Specials. Available only as a two-wheel drive single cab, the extended wheelbase made for a stable, better-riding truck with less camper intrusion, which eliminated the space normally reserved for the spare behind the rear axle. Built from 1973—79, the Super Camper Special might have passed right under your nose without you knowing what they were. Our headquarters are in Michigan but the majority of the inventory is located in other states.
Dash and cabin lights work as they should. Generally, all 1973—75 and then 1976—79 Camper Specials are identical, save for grilles and minor trim. Available only as a two-wheel drive single cab, the extended wheelbase made for a stable, better-riding truck with less camper intrusion, which eliminated the space normally reserved for the spare behind the rear axle. Has front and rear factory sway bars. All of this extension magic smoothed out the ride, made for a more stable platform, and added cargo capacity—everything anyone could ever want in a hauling truck in the late-1960s. Transmission does shift, however it's very rough.
The headliner is original and in good condition, no sagging or tears. You can buy with confidence from a trusted Classic Car Source. It did have a 5th wheel hitch but was removed before dad bought it. We swapped out the speedometer so it shows the original miles. They are not the original to the truck.
Where is vehicle locate d? Has the 9900 gvwr rating. Factory dual tanks, oth work. Sadly, it's time to move on and pass some of his treasures to a new home. We will accept a cashier's check or bank check written to the Power of Attorney and by certified mail only. The dash pad is also original and in good condition, no cracks, justfadingfrom the sun. The seat is badly worn and needsnew upholstery and padding. The windshield is cracked and will need replacement.
Clean title in the power of attorneys name and in her possession. We have many buying options for you, call to speak to a rep today. The Super Camper Special package was custom ordered through the dealer and available from 1973-1979. We are also willing to arrange shipping to lower 48 States at the buyers expense. The mounting holes and electrical hook up are still there. Can I Speak directly with the owner? But a good eye can definitely spot some major differences, like the rear wheels shoved farther back and that compartment on the passenger side of the bed.