800 Derita Road, Ste. A
As one of the most unique-looking Fords out there, this 1960 Ford F-100 is already an attention grabber. But then you add in the bold paint, custom A/C interior, a powerful V8 under the hood, and an upgraded prostreet suspension, and soon you realize that this is a true total package performance pickup.
We love these third-generation F-series trucks. It creates a visual bridge between the iconic freight train previous style and the muscular blocky stance that came after it. And because this was only available for a few years, we really don't get to see too many. But more than just history and rarity, this one is desirable for all of its custom touches. The gloss of the bold orange shows off some of this truck's best lines, and the ultra-smooth presentation announces it's a street machine. Deleted trim, shaved door handles, and in integrated tailgate with frenched license plate make this extra slick. Those polished Weld Racing wheels draw added attention to the aggressive stance. And when you open the flush-fitting tonneau, you can really see how they tubbed the bed to fit the ultra-wide rear ones. It's a true performance setup, but this also has terrific vintage details. The extra shine in the wide grille and front bumper are great reminders of why we love classic American vehicles. And this F-Series even has the desirable big back window.
Pop the remote door openers, and you'll see the exterior orange returns inside. It's now joined by a tasteful gray. And just like the exterior, there was plenty invested to give you the best of what's new. This includes power windows and cold-blowing air conditioning. There are even provisions for an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB to charge your phone. The Ford sports steering wheel is mounted on a coordinating billet column. It gives you a clear view to the upgraded AutoMeter gauge package. And there's no missing the large Sport-Comp tach with shift light on top of the dash.
Within the smooth inner walls of the engine bay is some serious small block power. This 350 cubic-inch is upgraded with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and shorty headers feeding the H-pipe dual exhaust. It's a strong-running package that's supported by everything from an MSD ignition to a large aluminum radiator with electric fans. This connects to a three-speed automatic transmission that feeds stout Ford 9-inch rear. As you look underneath the truck, you'll see an upgraded independent front end, power front disc brakes, and a four-link rear with stabilizer and adjustable coilovers. The fuel tank was even moved over the rear to give added traction to this massive Hoosier rear tires.
You're looking at a desirable Ford truck made even more distinct by great investments in performance, style, and comfort. It makes for an irresistible deal you need to get your hands on right now.
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