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This 1986 Ford F-150 XLT Lariat gets us excited because it is truly vintage and it's truly premium. So when you can have a two-tone pickup that has proper V8 power, a loaded A/C interior, and the genuine utility of a long bed truck, it makes for all-around distinction.
The two-tone tan is the factory-correct color theme. As an up-market XLT Lariat, this one reminds you that dad wanted a little style on the weekends, too. That's why the premium trim and pinstriping are used to separate the two-tone. It's a distinctive look that also doesn't strive for perfection. Because after all, this is from the era when the family pickup went to work. So it's impressive in a way where no one will ever accuse you of trying to drive a trailer queen. In fact, this truck really makes sure it remains useful. The long bed gives you extra function, the liner keeps it durable, and the color-matched topper makes it versatile for even camping. There are side towing mirrors and a proper trailer hitch with plug, so this one still knows how to tow the toys, too.
The interior is pure classic comfort. It has a well-preserved style, and the premium XLT feeling is everywhere from the wood-like trim to the pillow-top velour seat. The dash is absolutely period-correct with the dual spoke steering wheel, full gauge package w/tach, even the correct AM/FM/cassette radio is there for a display. It all makes for a terrific classic cruiser environment. So it's also nice to have the right comfort features, like power windows, cruise control, power locks, a sliding rear window, and the factory air conditioning now blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant.
Under the hood you have a Ford legend: the 351 cubic-inch V8. While this does have a great stock look, there is not paperwork to document if the odometer reflects actual mileage or not. There have also been investments in keeping the fundamentals looking good, like the belts, hoses, and wires. Topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, this is a good powerhouse that can provide plenty of torque to get the job done. Plus, there are nice anytime driving features like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes with front discs.
This is premium pickup roiling nostalgia offered for an affordable price. So if you're looking for a true classic, don't miss this deal. Call today!!!
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