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post #1 of 3 Old 06-04-2012, 05:45 PM Thread Starter
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F150 Centurian??

So i have been looking to get a 95-96 bronco for and i came up on a 95 centurian. here is the ebay link: Ford : Bronco C-150 Ford : Bronco C-150 | eBay

the price seems good but im not 100 %...

i know its not a diesel but i know these 351's will last a long time (have one in a work truck with almost 300k)

the seller is looking to get 4500 (from his Craigslist add) do you guys think this is a fair price?

maybe one day i will put a diesel in it but with diesel going for almost 5 dollars out here and gas at 4.09 i dont see the full advantage since i wont be hauling anything with it...

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I love centurions and they are so hard to find.

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looks nice. personally I don't think a 150 chassis(especially stretched) is a good candidate for something heavy like a diesel. a small supercharger, with some water injection would up the power for very minimal weight gain. especially when at altitude

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