Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Trucks like this 1968 Ford F-100 already get plenty of attention for being cool classics, but that's secondary with this one. It's because this is a big power prostreet machine with an upgraded suspension, a custom leather interior, a five-speed, and serious big block power under the hood.
The high gloss finish of the bold Burnt Orange shows off some of this truck's best lines, and the ultra-smooth presentation announces it's a street machine. Deleted trim, shaved door handles, and flush roll pan with frenched license plate make this extra slick. Those polished rear racing wheels draw added attention to the aggressive stance, and so we bet there will be plenty of people looking in the bed just to see how much it was tubbed to fit all that Mickey Thompson rubber. Plus, with large polished exhaust tips and a fuel cell well-placed in the bed, this one is not bashful about showing off its powerful hardware.
Pop the remote door openers, and you'll see the exterior orange returns inside. It's now joined by a tasteful black. There are some nice comfort details, like the good carpeting, a smooth dash, a center console, and upgraded leather bucket seats that power adjust to your ideal position. But the real emphasis of the interior is performance. The wood-rimmed Grant sports steering wheel, toggle switches, and full auxiliary gauge package get you ready for something powerful. And the large AutoMeter Autogage tach goes quite well with the Hurst shifter.
The engine bay has a powerful style that also has the right touches of flair. After all, they took extra time to have the fresh flex pipes feeding fresh air to the motor done in blue to coordinate with the block, brake booster, and other accessories. This is a Ford big block that's believed to be the almighty 428 cubic-inch V8. It's upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an aluminum intake, and headers feeding the X-pipe dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. It's a strong motor, and you can even give it a wicked rumble with the manual exhaust cutouts. And you are in firm control of the full power and thunder thanks to the five-speed manual transmission. There's a beefed-up rear end, including a 9-inch diff and air shocks to get the power to the ground. Plus, power steering and power brakes are there to remind you that "street" is in the name of Prostreet.
You're looking at a desirable Ford truck made even more distinct by great investments in style and true performance. It makes for an irresistible deal you need to get your hands on right now. Call today!!!
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