800 Derita Road, Ste. A
You instantly know there's something different about this 1975 Ford F-100. And while this is a cool slammed patina pickup, what you might just love the best is how this is a full restomod with an upgraded suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, overdrive transmission, and modern fuel-injected V8 heart.
We could say the two-tone blue and full-length trim shows off the premium look of a Ranger trim, but this truck is not out to impress you with high society. It's sitting down low. This truck is slammed to the ground with the confident stance of a racecar...and that's for a good reason. We're told this was built by a fabricator at a professional NASCAR shop. So while the body has the confident and cool look of a patina shop truck, there are going to be some people who are curious why the bed floor had to be lifted so high. And while you can take down the tailgate and show off some of the custom fabrication, all you really have to do is open the door for someone to get the full picture on this one.
The dash looks like it was a full and complete transplant from a Crown Victoria cop car. So now you can really see where this pickup is going with its fabrication. Custom fitting this car-like interior is not only labor intensive (the full build is said to have taken 400 hours,) but it also means car-like comfort. You have dual bucket seats, a cup holder console, a tilt steering column, AM/FM/CD stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning. And they even left the pickup's sliding rear window as a reminder this is still a truck.
The full cop transformation is revealed under the hood. You have a fuel-injected 4.6-liter V8 taken from a Crown Vic. But Ford people also instantly realize that this modular V8 was built to be easily upgradeable. So while you already have a hardy heart that fires up readily, the additional potential is nearly unlimited even when you're on a budget. Also, as you look at the undercarriage photos, you're going to spot a far more modern suspension than any '60s truck. That's because the Crown Vic's suspension was adapted for this to be a true restomod. This custom build features power steering, performance tires, and four-wheel disc brakes. There's even a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive. So this classic is really one of the most comfortable vehicles to drive near or far.
This is a cool custom pickup that would cost a ton of time/money/effort to replicate. We even have the restoration photos to prove the real work that goes into this. That's why you know you need to hurry to grab this deal. Call now!
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