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Old 01-11-2017, 06:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1985 F250 Ford diesel

1985 Ford F250 diesel (tan colored) stolen sometime between December 24th and now from Seabeck, Washington. Fiance is a submariner and left his truck at his house when he put to sea. Could be anywhere by now, may have blue california plates or new Washington ones. Truck is heavily modified under the hood and has a gooseneck hitch in the bed. The front window is also sandblasted quite a bit.

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Old 02-09-2017, 01:28 AM   #3 (permalink)
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This is my truck, had the fiance post it on here because I didn't have any internet access at the time and will not again here shortly.

The truck is an 85 F250, VIN 1FTHF2613FPA54387. As of the theft it had CA plates, license 2K30887, with tags for Dec 2016. These are the older blue and yellow plates. I had also just registered it in WA and the new WA plates were in the cab but not installed, so it may have those plates now.

The best knowledge that we have is it was stolen sometime sometime around 8-10Jan2017 from my house about 10 miles south of Seabeck WA (central Kitsap). We suspect it was tweakers and that it's probably still in the area being used on a grow patch or similar.

This truck is very distinctive, so please keep an eye out for it. The overall look and setup is fairly unique and much of the interior and drivetrain is likely one of a kind and very easy to identify if you see it.

If you see it or any parts that might be from it please post on here and let the fiance know, she has the info to contact the sheriff.

Top three are most recent. The shell in picture #3 was on the truck when it was stolen.

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~John
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Various details:
tan with tan interior with bench seat I think with a loose fitting black seat cover. Front and rear ends of the sides are lighter tan.
new aluminum rigs and nearly new 295/75r16 BFG mud terrains.
turbo 6.9 with a custom up/downpipe setup
HX35 turbo
welded aluminum intercooler piping
water to air intercooler located outboard of the stock vacuum pump location
hydroboost brakes
custom gauges using isspro classic/ev series round gauges.
Turbo boost gauge sitting between a pillar and dash (not bolted down, just stuck in the crevice there)
Either speedometer or tach is not fastened down, simply sitting in the hole in the dash
87+ style steering wheel
single row of toggle switches on the center bezel
Black plastic box, ~4"x6"x2" attached to the dash front between instrument cluster and center console with 6 push button switches and the exhaust brake and US Gear Dual Range control push buttons on the front.
ZF S5-47 trans
Exhaust pipe from the downpipe aft is 3.5" run inside the frame (ie, it does not hang below the frame)
Exhaust brake mounted in the pipe just aft of the t-case location
Exhaust pipe dumps just aft of the passenger rear tire and in somewhat crushed and bent up. No tip or flare. The aft mount behind the axle is held on with a hose clamp around the exhaust.
US Gear Dual range (doug nash) underdrive fitted on a custom welded aluminum adapter behind the transfer case.
BW 1356 manual shift t-case
10.25 rear
D44HD front
3.55 gears
BW turn over ball type gooseneck hitch
Curt 15300 heavy duty bumper pull hitch
Warn chromed aluminum front winch bumper
Front bumper is cracked at the driver's side of center section, bottom and bent up and out.
Mile marker 12k hydraulic winch
7.3 style glow plug, controler mounted on engine oil dispstick bracket above valve cover.
Custom engine compartment wiring with fuse and relay box built using 8x8x4" grey metal electrical junction box located on the driver's fender liner
Numerous plugged ports welded into sides of oil pan at bottom.
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