614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1972 Ford F-100 lets you choose your next adventure. It's a real-deal patina machine plucked from the farm fields and made ready for sale. So it's a distinct V8 pickup right now, and it has the potential for whatever cool project you're looking to do.
Trucks look terrific in patina. Some are manufactured, but the best are earned. And you can tell that this one has the worn-in style from decades of earning its keep. It really wears this history well with the two-tone and full trim. So what's the next step? Loud pipes for your rat rod project? Maybe seal in the patina with a clearcoat for your restomod? Or maybe you'll respect the farm truck as-is. That's the real heart of the appeal here. Because it's a long bed pickup that has been used as a truck should, and so it wears its well-earned story that commands attention.
The first thing you'll notice about the interior is the new cover for the bench seat. It reminds you that we all like the worn-in style, but they made sure to also pay attention to the right pieces that need accommodating. The rest of this truck is very stock, including the door panels, dash, and dials. Even the major components for air conditioning are still in place. Right now it's just part of the interesting display pieces or an authentic patina truck. The truck has power steering and there is an added oil pressure gauge under the dash. So it has the potential to be driven just as is.
Under the hood is the correct-spec 390 cubic-inch V8. There have been some of the right investments you need if you were to drive as-is. It includes items like carb work, a new battery, and new tires. But the truck has not been comprehensively re-done, because you haven't yet decided if its next chapter is as a rat rod, restomod, classic farm truck, or whatever your imagination is brewing.
Of course this F-100 isn't perfect. That's why it's the perfect base for your distinct classic truck project. Call today!!!
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