Tow Anything: 1983 Ford F600 Club Cab – SOLD!
July 20th Update: We confirmed the private seller of what turned out to be one of our most popular “Classifind” trucks we’ve ever featured deleted his posting during the past week, so we’re calling this 1983 Ford F600, “Sold!” We hope the new caretaker plans to tow something very heavy with their new purchase. Just because they can!
I see your F250 and raise you 350…that’s the first thought that came to mind when we found this 1983 Ford F600 currently listed on Craigslist in Annapolis, Maryland with an asking price of $12,500. Normally purchased as a chassis ready to accept a wide variety of custom bodies based on the work application, finding one fitted with a standard dually pickup bed is a rare site.
Candidly we just don’t know these trucks well enough to confirm whether you could order this configuration directly from Ford or if you had to use an aftermarket fitter as well, so you’ll need to confirm the history with the seller. What we do know is that with the two-speed rear differential spun by a 6.2 Liter Detroit Diesel, we believe the seller’s assessment this truck will tow just about anything you have to offer. Good luck with the purchase!
The seller provides a short video of his truck:
Good luck with the purchase!
Here’s the seller’s description:
“1983 Ford F600 club cab. 94,500+- miles. 9000 lb gross weight. 6.2 Detroit Diesel with 2 wheel drive and 5 speed manual with split rear end. (makes it a 10 speed for those not aware) Runs and drives great and goes straight down the road. Mechanically sound. Tires have less than 300 miles on them. Interior is in nice condition. Always stored indoor, evidenced by the lack of rust. Radio works. Fresh batteries. Heavy receiver to tow whatever you have. Passenger power window needs some assistance in the last inch or so. Front windshield has a crack. (local guy has one available for free that I’ll add) Inspection is good until 10/20. Awesome truck! Pick up only or buyer arranges delivery. $12,500 obo.“
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