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Re: 1973FordCamper Special

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It is what it is and if its what you want then it may be worth the price.
Only thing I will add is it looks like the AC has 134a fittings, 134 does not retro fit well on that system at all... If you want good cold AC and do not have a boat load of R12 its going to cost a bunch to convert it over to a system that works well with 134a.

Unless its been shelter the floors are rusted out its the nature of the beast...

Fuel mileage I wounder what great fuel mileage is,, to me it would be 10/11/12 hauling that camper,,, 12 empty.... In its day it was probably the best Ford offered until the 460 came along,,, one with a 460 you could hook that one to it and drag it around all day long it would not know it was behind ya....

I have a 77 F350 4 speed 3.73/3.75 gears I just built a 390 and dropped it in it... I have not checked the mileage yet it does pull well at light throttle so the mileage should be in the 11/12 range I hope.... If I were look'n and wanted a truck like that I would think 25 to $3500 to be in the ball park...

It is what it is if he can get his price good for him... I don't doubt he has spent 1700 on it and it probably needs another 1700 spent on it are more... I brought mine in 1979 paid $6300.00 for it and did not know if are how I would ever pay for it...

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