Ford F-100 Ranger (1970)

Sale price: US $16,500.00 Make an Offer

Condition: Used Year: 1970
VIN : F10GLH51454 Mileage: 9999
Number of Cylinders: 8 Engine: 302
Model: F-100 Transmission: Manual
Drive Side: Left-hand drive For Sale By: Private Seller
Drive Type: RWD Fuel Type: Gasoline
Sub Model: Ranger Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Interior Color: Black Exterior Color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clean Trim: Ranger XLT
Body Type: Standard Cab Pickup Make: Ford

Derby, Kansas, United States

Vehicle description

VERY UNIQUE, FACTORY PAPERS, FACTORY SERVICE CARD
1970 Ford F-100
Nicely restored 1970 Ford f-100
Original Factory owners manual/service card
Beautiful black paint
No rust
302 with 4 barrel Holley, tube headers, Weiand intake, super coil, Ford performance air cleaner, chrome molding under the hood, chrome hood latch, detailed radiator support with the same shine as the exterior. Inner fenders painted too. Starts on a bump of the key. Sounds great, runs on 87 octane mild manners capable of being a daily driver. Clutch feels brand bew, nice and stiff, not even broken in.
Factory non AC, manual steering, power brakes
Updated radio, looks like an old one but is actually a stealthy modern digital version
Interior trim and dash in PERFECT CONDITION. All trim in remarkably good shape
RARE BORG-WARNER OVERDRIVE
20 year old frame off restoration with only a few thousand miles since rebuild. 9k on the odometer, obviously a very nice survivor before the restoration so 109k is likely, original miles unknown.
DRIVES LIKE A NEW TRUCK! Not so much as a rattle over railroad tracks and bumps.
Restoration included frame off treatment, minimal bodywork, all new seals, brakes, reconditioned suspension, everything is NEW.
15 miles per gallon at 65 mph! Daily driver potential. Heat works fine.
Interior is as nicely done as the exterior.
Doors shut with one finger ease, the handles are tight. Same with the hood too. This was essentially a brand new truck when completed with very few miles
Solid driver/investment you can enjoy
Call Jon at 316 640 0282 to ask questions or discuss out of state pick up arrangements
Borg Warner overdrive info: The Borg Warner Overdrive Transmission began its life in the 1930s and was last used anywhere in the automotive industry in Ford trucks in 1972. Overdrive was last used in Ford passenger cars in 1967. This article is to explain this unique transmission and its features to Ford truck owners & enthusiasts in the hopes that they will have a better understanding of how fortunate they are to have acquired one and better understand how to operate, repair, and enjoy it. Popularity of the B-W OD lessened over its long production life, especially after availability of fully automatic transmissions, but it still remains the most versatile transmission ever put into a vehicle. However, to maximize its full operating potential, the driver must understand what it does and how it works. Unfortunately the chances of a 21st-century truck buyer who might be lucky enough to come across an overdrive-equipped Ford truck appreciating how lucky a find they have diminishes every year. It then becomes ever more likely that the marvelous overdrive set up would be removed and the truck converted to another transmission type. .a sad loss indeed. There are many ways to “overdrive” a vehicle. To overdrive something is to gear it in such a manner that more revolutions come out of a gear set (the transmission) than went into it. Overdriving a running gear (motor, transmission & axle combination) lowers the revolutions that the engine spins at any set speed, but overdriving also exchanges this lower engine speed for less of a mechanical advantage - less able to pull away from a stop, the less able to pull a load, the less able to pull a hill. In the simplest terms, overdrive acts like a super-high gear that is intended to be used only at freeway speeds to lower the engine revolutions, lower engine wear and lower both engine oil and fuel consumption. Overdriving a vehicle can be done in many ways, such as adding an additional entire transmission (like a Brownie auxiliary transmission) or adding an additional ‘gear’ to the existing transmission (like modern five-speed transmissions, where 5th gear is overdrive). An overdrive ratio can also be created with a planetary gear set. (This is how a Borg-Warner OD transmission accomplishes an overdrive ratio).
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