614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1954 Ford F-100 is as custom as custom gets. It has a sleek/electric green presentation, a leather-lined A/C interior, and polished 351 V8 with all the best go-fast goodies. So if you want the best of everything, and have it in an award-worthy package, you need to get to know this pickup.
This classic pickup's striking shade of green is quite distinctive, and has plenty of metallic element that offers extra radiance in sunshine. This aqua-like color looks as smooth and deep as an ocean wave, and it really loves to flow across the full body. In fact, they expertly deleted the badging, integrated the gas filler, and integrated the taillights and plate into a frenched rear pan. It gives the whole truck an uninterrupted look where the curve of the fenders are part of this liquid-like smooth current. The brightwork adds to this glow with mirror-like chrome bumpers, smoothie wheels, and a thoughtfully upgraded '56 grille. You can tell they really sweated the details, right down to the upgraded headlights and oak wood bed with Ford logo branded in the center.
More thoughtfulness of the build is seen when you open the door. The exterior green returns on the door tops, dash, and even the steering wheel. It's now joined by a tasteful gray that's coordinated on the door panels, kick panels, lower dash, headliner, and plush carpeting. The bench seat is finished in supple gray leather and has enough bolstering for all-day comfort. And you'll love the details, like the fold down armrest/cup holders and Ford F-100 logo stitched into the seat backs. The dash has a clean design with just the right features, like controls for the cold blowing R-134a air conditioning. And the tilt steering column gives you a clear view to the brushed aluminum gauge panel with full Westach readouts.
While the forward-tilt hood is always an attention-getter, it's what's inside that will really impress. The engine bay has a tidy and clean look that reminds you there's less than 7,200 miles on this build. And not only do you have plenty of polished components, but also the polished inner fender panels and smooth painted firewall seem to multiply its radiance. At the center is a well-built 351 cubic-inch V8. It has a full Edelbrock suite with the four-barrel carburetor, Performer RPM Intake, finned valve covers, and matching air grabber. Plus, there's also aluminum heads and a nice set of headers. It's a strong package, and there's even an aluminum radiator w/electric fan to help keep it running cool. The mighty V8 fires up readily and has the sweet and powerful rumble of a nice cam. And as you check out those pipes, you'll also spot an upgraded front suspension and traction bars on the rear. Add in a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front discs, and this rumbling pickup is also a smooth driver.
Slick, custom, comfortable, and powerful - this is the full wish list. So if you want all eyes on you this weekend, you need to call today!
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