The fourth generation of the F-Series was produced by Ford from 1960 to 1966. Sleeker and wider than its predecessor, the new F-Series introduced several firsts to the truck line. Along with separate flareside beds Ford introduced unibody trucks for the first time. This particular example is a 3 owner truck that was purchased by Brooks Farms from the original owner in 1972. Brooks farms used it as a farm truck and owned it for 24 years. In 1996 the engine ceased up and was replaced with a freshly rebuilt 272 ci V8 from 1956 Ford pick-up. The current owner purchased it in 1996 and only drove it for a couple of years before parking it in a barn where it ended up sitting for close to 20 years. It was brought out of deep storage in the spring of 2020 at which time it was sent to reputable garage to be gone through from top to bottom. In addition to tuning it up all of the fluids, filters, belts and hoses were replaced. It also had a long list of other items that were repaired or replaced such as a brand new gas tank and sending unit, new wheel cylinders and seals, new brakes, new headlights, a new radiator and it was converted to an electronic ignition. It also has a new set of chrome rims and BF Goodrich tires. It does have a “Granny Gear” in the rear end so you would be lucky to hit 60 mph. It starts right up with no effort, the 4 speed manual transmission shifts effortlessly and it can be driven anywhere without concern. We would appraise this at the average N.A.D.A. value which is currently $17,600.00 but are serious about selling it and have priced it accordingly. If you agree we would encourage you to reach out to us before it is too late!