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Old 03-01-2021, 12:51 AM   #1
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Default 1980 f350

Crossflow/np435 4 speed, dually, new tyres, 16" solid tubeless steel rims, daily driver, runs great, unrestored but good condition. Original paint and motor, well looked after its whole life. Passed rwc 3 months ago. Tray is 3m x 2.2m wide. Can go another 500mm on tray length and still be legal. Brakes and handbrake are good. Blower motor, ducting and heater tap etc all good. Everything works like it should. Had all new stuff where required typical of an f truck when i got it.
If you have owned effies you know how much they cost to sort out and how hard it is to get them on the road, all the hard work is done on this one. Will discuss rwc, and price with serious buyers via pm.
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Old 03-01-2021, 12:56 AM   #2
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129000 original kms
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Old 09-01-2021, 12:55 PM   #3
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Geeze, That is one nice F series. Should sell straight away.
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If we still had the motel in Lake Bolac i would definitely have a look, had an 85' F350 Dually Trayback in the early 90's......
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Yes im surprised it hasnt gone yet, especially with everything else being so overpriced aswell. It seems people would prefer a clevo truck, but having had 3, stock for stock I'd honestly take the 6 cylinder.
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