614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1956 Ford F-100 has big block power, four-wheel disc brakes, an upgraded suspension, and a full custom style inside and out. So it's amazing that a comprehensive build is also so affordable.
The smooth curves of the bodywork make the F-Series trucks one of the sleek designs of its era. So it's the ideal place to start for a full custom build. In fact, sleekness is a central theme here. This has a classic two-tone, but rather than separate the colors with trim, there's a stripe package that looks like brightwork. It's all cleared over together to be one smooth total style. The front end is a custom single piece. With zero time getting in the way of the rounded curves. They even expertly deleted the front bumper so that this could have a lowered and streamlined stance. Shaved door handles and integrated exhaust pipes show more thoughtful sleekness along the sides. And the rear is a terrific full custom presentation. The bed is extended to include an integrated bumper and Cadillac blade taillights. And it's covered with a custom hard tonneau that even has an integrated spoiler. And because they deleted most of the chrome, you really notice the modern 20-inch polished wheels that brightly announce this is an awesome street machine.
The smooth attitude continues inside with the clean metal instrument panel and a beautiful wraparound dash finished in the exterior's burnt orange. This has a custom and comfy style with coordinating tan bucket seats, door panels, headliner, and center console. And speaking of that console, it's your command center for the windows, ignition, wipers, halo headlights, and more. Ahead of that are great upgrades like the Hurst ProMatic 2 shifter and an AM/FM/CD stereo. And there's also a tilt steering column, sports steering wheel, and digital gauge package to make this a cool custom that's easy to drive.
You're going to love tilting the hood forward at the car shows to reveal the Ford V8. You'll proudly show off the stellar display of the 460 cubic-inch big block. After all, it's great to have a true Ford motor in a blue oval classic, and this is the king of them all. It's built with the right pieces, like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake, Ford Racing polished valve covers, steel braided lines, and an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans. This enhanced big block needs the right components to back it up on the streets, that's why you have four-wheel power disc brakes, a stout C6 three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and grippy ZR-rated tires. And the suspension is upgraded with tubular A-arms up front and a four-link rear with adjustable coilovers.
Sleek, powerful, and custom over every inch...you'd expect to pay a lot more for a truck like this. And if you miss this deal, you will. Call today!!!
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