Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1953 Ford F-100 is an ultra-low mileage build that was made to absolutely stand out. It includes a slick exterior, leather-lined A/C interior, and a performance big block under the hood. And don't forget to look underneath this one where you'll spot an upgrade to a fully independent suspension!
The smooth curves of the bodywork make the F-Series trucks one of the sleek designs of its era. So it's the ideal place to start for a full custom build. In fact, the sleekness is taken a notch by the details such as shaved door handles, deleted trim, smoothed tailgate, and flush roll pan with integrated taillights. It really is built to be a modern machine with upgrades like the LED halo headlights, side exhaust tips integrated into the running boards, and polished Ridler wheels with a sporty 17/18 inch front/rear stance. And the Crystal Claret paint was borrowed from the modern Cadillac color palette for added modern appeal. But as much as this truck is updated, they knew to make sure the bed still had real lumber on the floor. It's just now upgraded to premium bird's eye maple.
The custom feeling continues the moment you use the key fob for the remote door poppers. The interior likes to keep the pickup's simple and classic style, but it also makes sure to upgrade this for modern comfort. You see it in the bench that has been upholstered in a supple leather, and the custom armrest door panels have been done to match. You'll love upgrades like the cold-blowing air conditioning, plush carpeting, tilt steering column, and full Dakota Digital gauge package. Of course, the best upgrade of them all is the growl you hear when you twist the key.
Only the best in performance machines have forward-tilting hoods, so this classic Ford was custom fitted with one for a very good reason. You'll proudly show off stellar display of the 460 cubic-inch big block. After all, it's great to have a true Ford motor in a blue oval classic, and this is the king of them all. It's a .30 bore over full professional performance build. It has been enhanced and fortified with a Crane Cam, Eagle rods, hydraulic roller rockers, three-angle valve job, and ARP bolts. The full package inhales deeply with a Holley 750 CFM four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock Performer intake. It exhales with added power and authority as Sanderson ceramic coated headers feed that wicked side-exit exhaust. It also has the right supporting component like Ford Motorsport SVO forged valve covers, a CVF serpentine belt setup, and a four-core radiator with electric fan. This enhanced big block needs the right components to back it up on the streets, that's why you have four-wheel power disc brakes, a stout C6 three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and wide modern tires. Plus, when was the last time you saw a 1950s pickup with a fully independent suspension?
This fresh build has under 125 miles on it. But you know it was done with quality to make sure you'll love putting a ton more on that odometer (we even have the built receipts to prove it.) A total package like this won't stay around long. Call today!!!
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