4610 Pet Lane
This 1973 Ford F-100 Ranger mixes true V8 pickup honesty with the right touch of vintage flair. So when you can get a sharp classic truck that also remains affordable, you know it's worth taking a closer look at this deal.
This truck was born a Candyapple Red machine, but the high gloss finish you see today is the result of a professional respray later in life. And since this is a color we love on cars like the Mustang, too, this one was upgraded for a touch of sporty style with the bright dual exhaust tips, raised white letter tires, and Cragar SS wheels. But the appeal here is not really a street machine. The nice luster of the paint highlights the quality of the sheetmetal. And there are useful details, too, like the trailing mirrors and the color-matched liner paint in the bed.
The interior continues the truck's vintage style. A two-tone bench seat, good door panels, and a smooth dash. It all has that honest classic truck feel, right down to the durable and clean rubber floor mat. So if you love a classic pickup vibe, you'll love the feeling of the thin/grippy dual-spoke steering wheel and watch the clear factory gauges as you go down the highway.
Ford's reliable and powerful 302 cubic-inch V8 is ready for you under the hood. It has an honest and well-maintained presentation. And we especially like the glow of the bold blue on the block, air grabber, and Powered by Ford valve covers. The V8 fires up readily, idles well, and the upgraded dual exhaust gives it a great low tone. Classic trucks are made to be enjoyed, and so features like the three-speed automatic transmission, front disc brakes, and wide Cooper Cobra tires keep the driving experience authentic while also making it easy.
This is a great V8 pickup that has the best in classic feelings and flair that makes for a terrific package! Call today!!!
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