213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
You instantly know there\'s something different about this 1968 Ford F-100. And while this has a cool slammed style with a hint of shop truck attitude, what you might just love the best is how this is a full restomod with an upgraded suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and a five-speed. Oh yeah, we also forgot to mention that there\'s a 7.3-liter fuel-injected Godzilla motor lurking under the hood!
We could say the upper-trim truck with its hood ornament, pinstripes, bed rails, 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 powerful street machine (and you already know exactly why.) In fact, we love the full confidence of this truck. The paint is said to be a 20-year-old respray of the factory-correct Harbor Blue, and so it has matured into a shop truck kind of vibe that\'s approaching patina. The way the body looks so well-respected, it looks ready for a high-gloss respray if you were looking for a Word of Wheels kind of custom. But really, we just like the look of grandpa\'s respected truck that\'s also carrying the heart of a monster.
The interior gives you more of that fun classic style with details like the simple door panels and the textured bench seat. There are nice additions, like the plush carpeting, a smooth dash pad, good headliner inserts, and provisions for an under-dash A/C unit (it\'s a new piece, but it will need servicing.) And there are even power windows, but they are attached to the classic handles. So nothing here really betrays the classic truck vibe. Only the driver understands how upgraded this is when you see features like the full upgraded gauge package in the factory housing, tilt steering column, and count the gears on the shifter.
Under the hood is one of Ford\'s newest and meanest powerhouses. It\'s the 7.3-liter fuel-injected V8 that was called Godzilla for a very good reason. This displacement is larger than any other gas or diesel powerhouse in the current Super Duty lineup. We love the clean modern setup that looks tidy, fresh, and has good additions like the aluminum radiator with twin electric fans. This powerhouse became an instant favorite of the gasoline hauler community, and in an F-100 truck of this size and weight, it really hauls. And you get to harness all that power thanks to the Tremec TKX five-speed manual transmission. The full package was built to be an awesome driver, and so the undercarriage photos show off some terrific upgrades. You get a beefy last-gen Crown Vic independent front suspension, an SS Chassis Worx four-link rear, and QA1 adjustable coilovers all around. There\'s also power steering, grippy ZR-rated tires, and four-wheel power disc brakes to give this pickup superior handling.
Godzilla knew how to take down a whole city, and we bet you have a similar plan for this semi-sleeper Godzilla F-100. It\'s such an awesome restomod that you know it\'s the monster of your dreams. Call today!!!
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