Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1969 Ford F-100 Ranger has a terrific vintage appearance and nice V8 power. But as a proper pickup, it also has been given the right investments to keep this long bed truck a practical machine. That makes it the classic that you can enjoy for more than just its looks.
This truck leaves a lasting first impression. After all, the two-tone Empire Yellow and Wimbledon White has a terrific classic style. The included Marti Report shows it's how this truck was born. And with one respray later in life, today it strikes the nice balance of good gloss but a factory-like appearance. The dealer emblem is even still on the tailgate! Plus, the upper-level Ranger comes with some terrific trim to really drive home this classic look. You even have period-correct sporty details, like the slotted Mag wheels. As good as this pickup looks, it still knows how to get down to work. There's color-matched liner paint in the bed so you can take full advantage of the extra-duty long bed. Plus, there's a proper trailer hitch with electric plug. You even have the rare and desirable built-in tool box option on the side of the bed.
The interior has a great classic look with the bench seat and door inserts finished in a tan parchment. Just like the exterior, these were refreshed at one time but still retain a classic factory look. There's a very vintage atmosphere with the classic steering wheel and plenty of upper-level wood-like trim. You even still have provisions for factory air conditioning. And while the radio retains the vintage knob style, the upgrade to an AM/FM/cassette with digital tuner makes it much easier to get your favorite driving music in this classic Ford.
The big 360 cubic-inch V8 looks quite honest under the hood with its big blue block, valve covers, and air cleaner. In fact, this is believed the be the original powerplant for this F-100. But while the look remains stock, this has also been given the right investments along to way to keep it a strong runner. A new fuel pump, new wires, and recently serviced brakes headline the maintenance. There's even a new carburetor. The motor fires up readily and makes a sweet sound out of the dual exhaust. Plus, with power steering, power brakes, and modern Firestone tires, it's easy to show this truck off everywhere.
This is a great classic with the right features to really impress truck people. So if you like value and distinction, call today!
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