Thanks! It sure takes a ton of extra time having these options but trying to make it appear like it belongs there.Love seeing you add all the new features to these old trucks. Your work is seriously top notch. simply amazing.
Did you buy it, or just explored?
What engine and trans are in it?I actually bought it! I kinda collect 1966 Ford trucks. Forgot how many at last count
This one I now consider the Crown Jewel. no other ‘66 N700 CrewCab known at this time although about 10 yrs ago there was a ‘67 in Vegas area. It vanished.
I also have a 1965 F600 that was a UHaul service truck since new then a tow truck.
No clue what I will do with them all but sure is fun collecting.
Approximately 1 week out on the F100 Raptor swap 1st test drive. Simply too much to do for a old fart.
What engine and trans are in it?
I assume that's a inline 6? Careful with those rims, as they look like split rims and they can be deadly when mounting new tires.this one has a 330 FT HD, 5 spd trans
6.50/9.07 2 spd rear axle. It is a dump bed too. Built June 1966 in Louisville KY
Around 27 1/2’ long so big truck.
It was built for Railroad in Salt Lake City, UT. Same owner at least 31 yrs this month.
I assume that's a inline 6? Careful with those rims, as they look like split rims and they can be deadly when mounting new tires.
I'm sure you know the difference on the front of the crank, but why not a good old 428 or 454swap and then give it modern FI? Stroker FE kits are cheap, and for gas engines you can build killer torque and dependability with an FE. Tunnelports would flow all you needed and be out of sight on the cool factor. It sure is fun spending other peoples money and time.
Edit: would be a nice home for that 482