Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
A cool two-tone look inside and out, V8 power, and a value price are all what make this 1971 Ford F-100 Sport Custom instantly attractive.
This truck was born with a two-tone green combination, but today it's even more custom and distinct. After all, the dark green on the body with a minty green roof is an attractive kind of combination the factory could offer. But they never went as far as coordinating the roof with the grille surround and full-length trim. So it makes this pickup look very custom and very coordinated. There's even some terrific custom brightwork with the billet grille, polished 15-inch wheels, and a chrome front bumper with integrated fog lights. The rear is quite distinct with the two-tone treatment on the tailgate, as well as bright exhaust tips and a flush rear pan. There's even liner paint in the bed to make sure this custom pickup can still earn its keep.
The two-tone green continues inside. The first thing you're going to notice is the seat. It has a classic look, but there is an unmistakable freshness to this bench. And we know you'll love the return of the two shades of green on the door panels, dash, and headliner for an appealing package. Because this is meant to be a comfortable cruiser, you have features like an AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input and Bluetooth connectivity linked to custom speaker box in the center. And the wood-rim steering wheel feels great in your hands as it gives you a clear view to the factory gauges and the road ahead.
This was originally optioned with Ford's 302 cubic-inch V8, and so it's great to still have that displacement under the hood. After all, it has built a longstanding reputation for robustness and good power. It looks quite stock right down to the decals on the big blue value covers. And the way this V8 fires up readily reaffirms a life of good care. The exhaust note is subtly sweet; the power brakes upgrade the stopping power; and the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission gives you proper control. It all makes for a truck that feels vintage and likes to cruise.
This is a cool-looking two-tone pickup that still has the honesty to help with the weekend chores. That makes for a versatile classic offered for quite a nice price. Call today!!!
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