With V8 power, incredible stance, and some nice upgrades.
Streetside Classics is proud to announce this 1976 Ford F-250 Highboy 4x4 for sale at $34,995. This truck sports eye-catching stance, big V8 power, and the right upgrades to both get the job done and look good doing it. Rather than being a trailer queen, this truck is the one to tow other toys. It’s a workaholic, but in excellent condition nonetheless. It includes a proper trailer hitch with electric hookup and trailer brake. What’s more, the eight-foot bed with liner paint for added durability and longevity.
For those who may be unfamiliar, the term “Highboy” was used to describe the particular stance on a truck. A true highboy has to have a divorced transfer case, rather than being attached to the back of the transmission like trucks of today. It will also contain three driveshafts, higher ride height, noticeable arch in the front springs, and a narrower frame. The F-250 “Highboy” 4x4 is also historically significant in that it served as the basis for the first monster truck, Bob Chandler’s Bigfoot.
This 1976 Ford F-250 Highboy 4x4 combines functionality and flair to act as the ultimate vintage hauler. Within the last few years, this truck received a bright blue paint job that emits a stunning luster whether indoors or outdoors. The deep blue tone and 16-inch polished wheels add to the beefy look of this pickup and accentuate the F-250’s squared body lines. On the inside, this classic sports a color-matched dashboard, taut door panels, and a newer bench seat cover that retains the vintage feel. Interior upgrades include a grippy wood-rimmed steering wheel and Prodigy trailer brake control.
This truck also packs quite the punch. The motor was upgraded to Ford’s impressive 390 cubic-inch V8 paired to a three-speed automatic transmission. It also is equipped with a four-barrel carburetor, dual exhaust, power steering, and power brakes. It earns the Highboy nickname for its factory “lifted” stance, which looks extra-tough sitting on those BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A tires. This 4x4 also has Warn locking hubs up front to ensure the ultimate performance.
Gallery: You Can Own This 1976 Ford F-250 Highboy 4x4 Truck
The 1976 Ford F-250 you see here is solid and clean. Even the undercarriage is in great condition, as it’s spent most of its life on the west coast. This classic 4x4 truck will become your best friend. It’s an always-ready, go-anywhere rig that looks forward to any adventure. It’s the total package, so don’t let this sale pass you by. Call today and get this bad boy in your garage, on the road, or off it, for that matter.