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1959 Ford F-100 4x4 Factory Cummins Diesel Engine

1959 Ford F-100 4x4 With Factory Cummins Diesel Engine
This Ford F-100 has a factory Cummins Diesel engine from 1959. This truck looks super tough and it starts right up every time, according to the seller. It is listed at no reserve on eBay. See more from the seller in the Youtube video below. 






From the seller on eBay:

This is one extremely rare NO RESERVE barn find! A Texas rust free 1959 Ford F-100 Custom Cab Longbed Factory 4x4 Pickup. 1959 was the first year Ford offered 4x4 from the factory! On top of the super straight body and fantastic patina this truck sports a Cummins 4BT Turbo Diesel and manual 4-speed transmission. The swap was completed years ago and has been proven extremely reliable. The Cummins motor runs great, starts with ease and has tons of power with a stage 1 30hp fuel pin and 3200rpm gov spring. Engine stays cool, Transmission shifts smooth, 4wd works, steering is tight, Brakes stop well, the truck is fairly easy to drive. Coolant temp, Boost, Volt, and fuel g…

Top Future 4x4 Off-Road Classics

Real 4x4's are disappearing from US roads. The popularity of the crossover Suv has relegated the real body-on-frame SUVs to being niche vehicles. Many manufacturers are discontinuing models that are sure to be future classics. Below is Mile 4x4's list of future 4x4 classics.



11. Mitsubishi Montero. The Montero was discontinued in 2006 in the US by Mitsubishi. They are currently much cheaper than Land Cruiser of the same vintage. They offer much of the same off-road capabilities and they make a perfect camping or overland SUV. Look for their prices to rise as the supply of good ones dwindle.



10. Chevrolet Avalanche. The Avalanche is a bargain compared to other Chevy Trucks or the Tahoe. The are functional and they will continue to stay popular.



9. Land Rover LR3/4. The Land Rover Discover LR3/LR4 are do for a redesign. Land Rovers continue to move softer, so these may be the last Land Rovers that you would actually take off-road.



8. Jeep Commander. Overlooked but roomy and with…