This next car came in as a tip from BP who reminded me that Hemmings had gotten into the auction business a few years ago to compete with all the online auctioning that is springing up around web. Hemmings had been a big name in classic cars for longer than most people can remember, but it wasn’t until 2019 that they launched an auction service…and truth be sold, I almost never go look at it unless someone sends me the link. But a site that is flush with car sellers and light on buyers is a recipe for a good deal (and the opposite of certain other sites where people seem to think the local currency is Brazilian Reals) and I think this next thing might go for a reasonable amount of money. Find this 1997 Ford F350 XLT Crew Cab with Power Stroke diesel bidding for $2000 reserve-not-met with 6 days to go on Hemmings.com.
This next vehicle is a 1968 Ford F350 Flatbed offered for $1400 in Grass Valley, CA via craigslist that comes as a tip from Rod444 who writes: Cruising CL when I found this one. Ok, there’s not much special about this rig except it’s back story. The seller says the 22k miles are probably original […]
In 1987, the third generation of Ford’s E-series van was closely related to the 8th generation of Ford’s F-Series pickup and shared most major drive-line components, so it would be natural to want to assembled them together into some kind of hideously awesome and thoroughly zombie-proof Frankencamino. The resulting 1987 Ford E350/F350 EconolineVan/PickUpTruck hybrid is […]