800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1965 Ford F-100 has the right classic style when you love a true patina pickup. And with features like a hardy V8 under the hood, there\'s a lot of potential for whatever you feel like planning.
Trucks are about being honest workhorses, and the patina ones do it best. They have a true status symbol that says this pickup has earned its keep for many decades. This one even has a full bed liner to keep it going to work. The trim tag tells us this was a factory Raven Black truck, and while we don\'t know if it\'s the original paint application, the level of worn-in style on the finish will make people assume it is without you ever saying a word. And there\'s an honesty in the body, right down to every dent and hole, But there\'s also a proper vintage style with the full-length trim and proper badging. There\'s even a touch of added flair with wide exhaust tips and Outlaw II-style wheels. It\'s certainly not a full-on hot rod, but it does get your mind thinking about what patina power pickup would be like.
The interior has the same worn-in style as the exterior. So all the fundamentals are in place to keep this a real driver. So those who love authenticity might just think this is perfect. Everyone can see that it won\'t take much to begin whatever level of restoration you want, and these fourth-gen F-Series trucks have a large and affordable aftermarket.
Under the hood is Ford\'s hardy 302 cubic-inch V8, and the appearance keeps with the truck\'s patina theme. But the way this one fires up and runs reminds you that when these small blocks are well-kept, they are truly steadfast powerplants. Its solid base makes a nice rumble out of the glasspack-style dual exhaust. And the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission is the right way to enjoy a true vintage truck.
This has a full patina look that\'s always awesome to showcase, and Ford\'s small block V8 knows how to stay a stout runner. So this F-100 feels like a great authentic classic truck from day one. Maybe you even want to give it classic steel wheels and wide whitewalls to show how vintage this is. But you also know the 302 is a great base to upgrade into a power pickup. So there\'s a lot of rat rod or restomod potential here, too. All of this seems possible because the value price for a patina F-Series opens the doors to any real enthusiast\'s imagination. So don\'t miss this deal. Call now!
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