Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1969 Ford-F100 has the enhanced BluePrint V8 power, a five-speed, and bold paint. And as you check out the full package, you'll see a classic that was made for you to drive to more places and turn more heads doing it.
The electric level of blue on this truck is both bright and deep. It instantly lets people know there have been more modern investments in this pickup. The luster of the paint and the straightness of the full-length trim really put the quality of the body on full display. Plus, all that newer brightwork up front puts a shining face forward. And speaking of polish, the 20-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels add the shine while also showing off the lowered stance and performance attitude. More than just look great, there's also an overall usefulness in this truck. Under the aerodynamic tonneau cover is a bed protected in liner paint. And the overall presentation shows a kind of pickup that won't make you nervous to drive it. The result is a classic that can look stunning on its way to getting the chores done.
There's less than 1,500 miles on this truck since completing its restoration, and the freshness is especially seen inside. The smooth metallic blue returns inside on the steel parts of the dash and doors. But what really steals your attention is the clean and sleek black. It shows off the solid investment in the door panels, dash pad, and custom seat with comfy cloth inserts. And the details have plenty of extra thought involved. For example, you not only have fresh carpeting but also there's proper insulation underneath. There's a movable cup holder center console to give the bench seat an individual level of comfort. And the retro-style radio looks good in the dash, and it connects to the four Polk speakers mounted in the custom headliner and a subwoofer under the seat. They even thought of the little things like replacing all the knobs and the working dome light. Plus, you'll love the driver-ready feeling of the upgraded sports steering wheel, newer gauges like the speedometer, an auxiliary readout trio, and have you counted the gears on the Hurst shifter yet?
The engine bay has the clean look of serious power, and that's because the restoration added a 306 cubic-inch crate motor by the master at BluePrint. It's rated at 370+ horsepower right out of the box, and this one includes an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, aluminum heads, an Edelbrock Performer intake, MSD pro billet distributor, MSD coil, Roush cast valve covers, and long tube headers feeding a Flowmaster dual exhaust. You can take full control over it all with the Tremec TKO500 five-speed manual transmission. And control is a central theme to this truck with newer suspension components and newer bushings. It adds confidence to your feeling on the road. And the same goes for the power brakes w/discs up front and Nitto G2 ZR-rated tires.
The sale comes complete with owner's manual, build receipts, maintenance records, and service manuals. Plus, we have an even longer list of the full investment in this truck (there's just too much to list here.) Upgraded, bright, powerful, and stylish - this is a great all-around powerful pickup. Don't miss out, call today!
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