Farm | Grain | Silage Trucks - Auction Dates: 04/22/2020 - 04/22/2020, Location: Online. Wednesday April 22 Ag Equipment Auction - 1967 Ford C750 grain truck; 104,431 miles on odometer; Ford eight cylinder gas engine; Five speed manual transmission; Tandem axle; PTO; 10'L x 94"W steel grain bed; 40" side height; Roll tarp; Dual ram hoist; Manual end gate ; Spring suspension; Hydraulic brakes; 9.00R20 tires; GVWR 24,000 lbs; Cracked windshield; Right front glass missing; Replacement glass included, buyer is responsible for removing replacement glass from a different truck Kansas antique title Title distribution may be delayed up to 14 days from verification of funds. C75EUB26136
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Ford Company Information
Ford was founded by Henry Ford in 1903. The company is based in Dearborn, Michigan. The company introduced methods for large-scale manufacturing of cars and large-scale management of industrial workforce moving assembly lines.
Ford began producing trucks in 1908. Ford commercial vehicles are or were made in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Netherlands, Philippines, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom, and the USA. In the USA, Freightliner purchased Ford's heavy trucks division and renamed the lineup as Sterling.
Heavy trucks made for the North American market include the Ford F650, Ford L9000, Ford LNT9000, Ford LT9000, Ford FT900, Ford LT8000, and Ford L7000. The company continues to manufacture medium duty trucks under the F650 and Ford F750 names.
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