1990 Ford F150 standard cab long box 2WD

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Technical specifications

Type:Standard Cab Pickup
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Interior Color:Burgundy
Engine:302 cid
Number of Cylinders:8
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1990 Ford F150 XLT Lariat 2wd standard cab long box. 5.0 liter (302) V8
84,500 original miles. Appears to be all original body panels and paint. No rust, other than the typical scale on the frame and chassis parts. North Dakota truck originally. Tilt, Cruise, Power windows, Power Locks, A/C (low on freon), sliding rear window, dual tanks, steel road wheels, original FORD rubber floor mat, whitewall tires, and chrome rear step bumper.
Work completed:
New shock absorbers
6 brand new whitewall tires (2 spares)
New alternator and serpentine belt
New spark plugs and plug wires
New front tank fuel pump and sending unit
New exhaust manifolds
New rear chrome step bumper
New rubber bed mat
New bedrail and tailgate caps
New front brake pads
Comes with a brand new set of red carpeted floor mats
Recent oil and filter change
Truck otherwise appears to be all original. Radiator and heater hoses have Ford part numbers. Bench seat is like new, no tears, rips, or fading. Original FORD windshield and door glass.
I believe the sheet-metal and paint are all original as well.
The exhaust manifolds are AFTERMARKET replacements. (The original Ford manifolds had a casting defect that caused them to crack.)
Truck did have a topper on it from new, so the paint on the top of the box sides and tailgate is scratched up- so I added the bedrail caps to dress it up.
Truck also had a bug deflector on it, so the paint on the front edge of the hood is scratched and faded in a couple of spots.
There is a small dent in the cab under the rear window. (Picture attached)
The A/C has the original R12 freon in it. The A/C does not currently blow cold- however, the A/C compressor clutch does cycle on and off. The compressor and clutch are functioning. So I will let the buyer decide whether to recharge it with R12, or convert it to R134.
This is a nice clean, low mileage, all original "brick nose" truck. These are getting harder to find in nice shape and becoming collectible now.
Here is a link to a walk around of the truck:

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