I don’t think there is any type of vehicle more loved than old trucks. There is something about them that bring back memories of the good old days. Anytime I see an old Dodge truck I’m reminded of the little blue truck my grandpa drove for what seemed like an eternity. This nostalgia combined with a generally low price leads many people to search for old trucks for sale. And since we like our trucks jacked up around here I think it’s only fitting to feature three old trucks that have been lifted and modified.
Our first old truck for sale is this gorgeous 1960 Ford F100 4×4. It was listed in Seattle without a price. The owner mentions that is definitely a project truck and needs new exhaust, interior, and bed decking, among other things. The engine is a 292 and it runs so at least you can get the thing started. There wasn’t much other information with this listing but here was it looks like from the side view:
I really think this truck has a lot of potential and will come looking stellar if the right person does what needs to be done with it. I’ve always been a big fan of jacked up classic trucks. These old trucks were very utilitarian and I think that’s why a lift goes so well with them.
This Arizona style 1970 Chevy Blazer is located in my home town of Kansas City. I’ve mentioned on this website multiple times how much I like this style so I guess now would be the time to pull the trigger. If only I had any money. Sad face. It’s a shame too because this Blazer really would be perfect. It’s burnt orange which is the same color as my Challenger and it’s only $6500 which isn’t a fantastic deal but it’s pretty damn good considering how much it would cost me to have one modified to look like this, which according to the owner, would be around fifteen grand.
The last of our lifted old pickup trucks for sale is a 1975 Ford F250 hailing from Phoenix, Arizona. It’s a 4×4 that’s been lifted 3 inches and is equipped with new tires. The owner says it runs great! The exclamation point was his, not mine. And it’s good that it runs great because it doesn’t really look great. It looks beat up and bit rusty. Oh, and it also needs a front windshield as the owner has been ticketed for driving the truck with a windshield in such bad shape.