Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
The square-jawed late 1960s Ford trucks are true icons that are becoming harder to find. So we're quite happy to offer this 1969 F-100 in premium Ranger trim that has all the right features. And all of it is turnkey ready today at quite a nice price.
The Wimbledon White paint on this truck is that great kind of color that was made legendary by Ford's Mustang. It's a classic hue that looks thoroughly modern today, which is the theme of this pickup. It has all the great vintage features you love like the wide chrome grille, mirror-like bumpers, and the full-length trim that comes from the Ranger package. But everything from newer Prime wheels to the Rhino Liner tough bed paint lets you know this vintage machine is also ready for modern work today, too.
Step inside, and this gives an impression of being pristinely original right down to the premium wood paneling. But take a close look, and you'll see a ton of custom upgrades. For example, the bench seat is a more modem piece that includes comfortable cloth covering, extra bolstering, and a fold-down armrest for true comfort when there's less than three in the cab. You'll enjoy this so much more than a vinyl seat on the first warm day you hop into this F-100. The original dash is nicely preserved, right down to the AM/FM radio. The original steering wheel even comes with the sale if you don't like the grippy sport unit that is currently in place.
Under the hood is Ford's famous 302 cubic-inch V8. It gave these F-100s very respectable power, and this one gets the job done even better. You're looking at a crate V8 that was installed a few years ago and only around 2,000 miles added since. This fresh motor has been upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Ford Racing valve covers, and long tub heads that feed the rumbling dual exhaust. As you pour over the pictures you can see plenty of proof that this is an exceptionally clean pickup, and it has nice driving features like the C4 three-speed automatic, power steering, and Ford's famous twin I-beam front suspension. So you know this is an all-around solid choice for a good looking truck you can enjoy for work or show.
Here's a pickup that looks like a cool classic, but leaves you wanting for nothing in modern convenience. Combine that with an attitude that's still not afraid to get its hands dirty and a value price. Now you realize this is more fun and a better value than a brand new F-Series. Call today!!!
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