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That era of Ford trucks were prone to rusting out very early in their lives. Inspect the rear fenders with a fine tooth comb, especially in the area of the wheels, and also thoroughly inspect the lower, rear cab corners. I'm sure you will find the cab corners to be either gone, soon will be, or have already been repaired. The front cab mounts also had a bad habit of just sort of turning into rust dust, which puts a lot of pressure on the steering column and will shear off the shift linkage.
Other than the rust issue, it should make you one heck of a good 'ol workhorse. That 390 just plain isn't scared of any load.
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