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Old 03-13-2014, 10:15 AM   #46
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Old 03-13-2014, 10:18 AM   #47
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Old 03-29-2014, 03:45 PM   #48
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Get the f150 with the 300. I had a 93 step side with the 5sp it was an absolute beast, I couldn't kill that thing. It had over 235k on the original engine by the time I traded it in. Also got rear ended by a mustang and the truck was barley phased bc of the steel bumper they used back then, loved that truck, only reason I sold it was to get a newer one...btw I found it at a local backyard dealer for $1800, those shops are good if u know what u r looking for and know enough about the vehicle to tell if it runs right, otherwise stay away from them. I've had great luck with Craigslist and autotrader over the years, u might want to try swap meets and car/truck shows too sometime u can get a good deal
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Old 03-30-2014, 06:05 AM   #49
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Get the f150 with the 300. I had a 93 step side with the 5sp it was an absolute beast, I couldn't kill that thing. It had over 235k on the original engine by the time I traded it in. Also got rear ended by a mustang and the truck was barley phased bc of the steel bumper they used back then, loved that truck, only reason I sold it was to get a newer one...btw I found it at a local backyard dealer for $1800, those shops are good if u know what u r looking for and know enough about the vehicle to tell if it runs right, otherwise stay away from them. I've had great luck with Craigslist and autotrader over the years, u might want to try swap meets and car/truck shows too sometime u can get a good deal
I agree. The 300 is a well known reliable motor. I've seen a few that have gone over 300k without a rebuild.

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