• Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: F-250
  • SubModel: Ramp Truck
  • Type: Pickup (Truck)
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1990
  • Mileage: 302
  • VIN: 2FDLF47G5LCA07203
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 460 V8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Red
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1990 Ford F-250 Description

We're not going to try to convince you that this 1990 Ford Super Duty ramp truck is a collectable. No, this is a vintage tool, one that's incredibly useful if you do own collector cars. If you've used one, you know how well it works and how easy it is to manage instead of a trailer. Better still, you can put it to work and make some money. Suddenly, that price tag looks awfully appealing for a tool that can do so much.
Someone took good care of this truck and it doesn't appear that it has worked for a living. Instead, it probably did exactly what we're telling you to do with it: use it with your collector cars. It's been repainted recently and the basic black is ready for your logo on the door and some dress-up if that's your thing. Or just strap your rod down on the back and go to the show; either way, you'll be proud to be behind the wheel. The sucker is plenty beefy, with that giant stainless bumper up front, plenty of auxiliary lighting, and the nicely finished ramp out back. There are plenty of storage compartments for tie-downs and other tools and a hydraulic stinger out back means you can actually haul two cars at once if you really need to. The hydraulics were just rebuilt, so it works as it should, and aside from a few small scratches that come from regular use, the whole thing looks pretty darned good. The bed is covered in heavy-duty diamond plate but it also has a spray-on coating that adds traction, perfect for loading when the tires are a little wet.
The interior has also had a pile of cash spent on it recently, including new seat covers for the custom bucket seats. There's a third seat in the middle, but from any angle, this sucker is comfortable for the long haul. It's also loaded, meaning that it isn't some stripped-down commercial model that's been worked to death. No, it's got working factory A/C, power windows and locks, cruise control, a back-up camera, and an AM/FM/CD stereo system that sounds great. Factory gauges cover all the important information and yes, that's a 5-speed manual transmission, which I know a lot of big rig guys prefer. Again, it's all in shockingly good condition, suggesting that it's never really been a full commercial vehicle.
There's plenty of pulling power on tap with a freshly serviced 460 cubic inch V8. There's torque everywhere, so it never seems to struggle with a load on its back, and thanks to an extensive list of recent work, it runs superbly. There are new head gaskets, rear main seal, manifold gaskets, oil pan gasket, water pump, alternator, and a fresh clutch. It starts and runs well, with a pleasing V8 rumble and a powerful feeling that suggests that it can move just about anything. The 5-speed manual transmission has new seals and with 4.10 gears out back, it's effortless on the highway in 5th gear. There's an air suspension out back for obvious reasons, and as I mentioned, the hydraulics are new and fully operational. Six shiny chrome wheels are in awesome condition and carry brand new Firestone radials that are surprisingly quiet and rated for the load.
Take this big Ford home and you'll quickly find that it's the most tool you own. How did you get by without it? Call today!