Pickup trucks are all the rage these days, and it includes the classics. We could not agree more. This is why we have the 1985 Chevy K10 "Big Green" and 1974 Ford F250 Highboy "Rusty Boy" project trucks.
A great to place to see some of the rare, unique, well taken
Some trucks are cleaner than others, and this 1974 Ford F250 4x4 Highboy is a pristine example of a very cool truck. We are partial to the truck, because one of our team - Tommy Mica - owns his own 1974 HighBoy that we affectionately call "Rusty Boy". Naturally, Rusty
When it comes to off-road Ford trucks through the years two models stand out: the Highboy and the Raptor. The brand new Ford F-150 Raptor stands out in the market as one of the most desert worthy rigs out there. But long before leather and navigation became the norm on Ford
Meet "Rusty Boy" - Tommy's 1974 Ford F250 "Highboy" pickup truck. Highboy is a nickname Ford fans gave these pre-1977.5 ford heavy duty trucks because of the factory lifted suspension.
What exactly is a high boy? What is the story with this truck?
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The 1974 Ford F250 4x4 had a GVW of about 7700. But I have tracked down a one off Superleggera lightweight version, well sort of. Meet Rusty Boy, my new to me Ford F250 Highboy project truck. Ford prides itself on the extensive use of Aluminum for weight reduction in