This is my 1969 Ford F-250 Crew Cab 4x4. It's a factory "highboy", with the divorced dana 24 transfer case, dana 60 rear, and large knuckle dana 44 front end. It's got a stock 360 with a granny low four speed. The truck has no lift, but highboys fit 33" tires from the factory, so I've got some vintage 16.5" x 9.75" aluminum slot wheels and 33" x 12.50" Pro Comp mud terrain tires. I LOVE THIS TRUCK! It's super rare (especially here in MO). From what I've been able to find out there were 674 crew cab 4x4 F250's built for the 69 model year, and they were twice the price of a regular cab truck. This one was originally owned by the Nevada Department of Energy, then eventually ended up in the hands of a man who lived near Yellowstone National Park, whom I purchased it from and had it shipped here to St. Louis. It has a few dents, but almost zero rust. Eventually it will be completely redone, but honestly I'm in no big hurry because I love driving it just the way it is! It will have complete dual exhaust with headers, an h pipe, spintech mufflers, and 3.5" tips very soon. It will also have a power steering conversion soon. The 33's are a bit tough to turn with no ps!UPDATE 3/06/09: My truck now sports power steering and complete true dual exhaust! The headers were a bear to put in, but otherwise everything went smoothly. Hopefully by the end of summer I'll have the body all done.UPDATE 10/13/09: Well, the old white paint was starting to crack and flake so I thought I should do something about it, so I removed any loose scale and surface rust and sprayed her in a nice olive drab green. I love how it looks, and now I don't have to worry about any rust developing until I can get the body done right.