From The Deep Deep South: 1976 Ford Dentside Carryall

I’ve owned plenty of cars with dents on the sides, but I’ve never owned a Dentside….which is apparently the name for the era of Ford trucks (1973-1979) where the side had a strong lengthwise “dent” design element. Most Dentsides are pickup trucks, but today we’ve got the predecessor to all of those SUV things that clog up the road and it was called the Carryall and was only available in Mexico and Argentina when new. Find this 1976 Ford Dentside Carryall offered for $13,500 in Prescott, AZ via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!

From the seller:

1976 Ford Carryall
VIN: AC2JSA58895
condition: good
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 130000
paint color: blue
size: full-size
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: wagon

1976 Ford Carryall, original ready for street rod restoration. Do you want to own a “One of One” and blow all your Ford buddies minds? Well here it is. This vehicle was never released in North America, only in Mexico and Argentina. Purchased from the original owner and all the paperwork is in the glove box. 302 Ford V8 with manual trans. Fire it right up and drive it home. Some rust in the front clips, typical dent side Ford, but LMC Truck has everything you would need and the back half is all there. This is a two door, three row seat Carryall with side glass windows that work. Registered in Arizona with a clean title. Cash only no trades, bring enough dead presidents and it’s yours.

See better way to drive something Latin?