800 Derita Road, Ste. A
We know you're excited about this 1974 Ford F-100 Ranger with its two-tone paint, vintage interior, and V8 power. Not only does this have a true classic look, but this pickup has been treated like an heirloom. So this is the first time it has even been offered outside of the original family.
The story we're told on this is that it has spent its entire life with the same family. So you not only have a great vintage look, but also a great vintage tale to go with it, too. The two-tone blue is factory-correct, but it has been given a respray to update this classic's wow factor. The modern shine shows off the crispness of the well-respected sheetmetal, and the Ranger's full-length side trim provides a nice dividing line while also brining added attention to these clean panels. There's a terrific vintage style here, right down to the factory wheel covers, but there's also a true pickup spirit that loves to get down to business. There's tow mirrors, a rear step bumper with hitch attachment, and plenty of added utility of a long bed with liner paint on the floor. We're not saying you'd use this pretty pickup for the daily grind, but it's still nice to know this is ready to pitch in with the chores.
The sea of blue continues inside. They left a lot of the stock pieces in place on this classic, because after all, a truck with a story needs to show its history. But there have also been the right upgrades to keep it nice, including a newly re-covered seat with comfy velour inserts. You'll appreciate the little touches, like how the factory-correct Philco AM radio and air conditioning controls are cleanly still on display (they will need servicing to function again.) And there's just something special about grabbing ahold of the thin/grippy factory wheel and gazing at the clean classic gauges as you go down the road.
The stock appearance continues under the hood. The 360 cubic-inch V8 has quite an honest appearance, right down to the aged look of the valve covers. So it's the right kind of presentation for what's believed to be the original motor in this pickup. A truck like this deserves to be taken out for leisurely drives, and so it also was optioned correctly to be comfortable on the road. It includes a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes. Even those classic-style whitewall tires are new.
This truck give you the classic style you love, and even a great story to go with it, too. Plus, it has the right kind of presentation where you'll love to show it off everywhere. So don't miss your opportunity at a true vintage attention-getter. Call now!
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