213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
When a vintage pickup looks this beefy and has plenty of V8 power - and still remains affordable - then you know this 1973 Ford F-100 Custom is worth taking a closer look.
This F-100 gives the right first impression. The lifted stance, upgraded Pacer wheels with beadlock trim, and a beefy brush guard up front are for the kind of truck that likes adventures. There are cool details, like how there are color-matched portions of the grille, brush guard, and windshield overhang. But what's terrific about this truck today is that it has the feel of an honest and usable classic. The extra duty of the long bed is maximized by diamond plate steel added to the bed floor. Side steps, tow mirrors, and bed rails add to the utility and also give it some added style. And the Royal Maroon paint has a complete look and a good glow, but it's not going to stop you from having real truck fun. So this is appealing to the kind of truck people who have ended a sentence, "...and that's why we have the brush guard."
The interior gives you custom details without losing the useful appeal. The seat is a cool maroon and black two-tone that's nicely detailed with the classic trim in the seatback as well as Ford logo lettering stitched in. The door panels, dash, headliner, and even steering wheel wrap were done to coordinate. It has a nice appearance, but it still leaves room for you to add your own custom touches if you so desire. And the rugged cover, upgraded floor mats, and factory gauges are all part of a reminder this classic is still a proper pickup.
Under the hood is a proper big block powerhouse. This is believed to be Ford's mighty 390 cubic-inch V8. It fires up nicely with a good V8 tune from the dual exhaust. It makes for the kind of powerhouse that you can feel the hardy muscle going down the road. And speaking of feeling, this one wants you to have a true old-school feel of the road kind of classic, right down to the column-shifted three-speed manual transmission. And front disc brakes and Nitto Terra Grappler tires give this added confidence.
This classic Ford has an awesome vintage style, right down to the full-length trim that shows off the unique stamping of the sheet metal. So when a real truck is offered for a really nice price, you know you need to hurry on this deal. Call today!!!
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