4610 Pet Lane
Time for something powerful, custom, and absolutely cool. This 1953 Ford F-100 restomod is customized over every inch. So check out the slick roadster exterior, leather-lined A/C interior, four-wheel disc brakes, overdrive transmission, fully independent suspension, and serious big block power that all come together on this very memorable machine.
The '53 is a desirable truck because it's the first year for the second-gen F-series, and it's the first to wear the F-100 name. But history is not what first attracted you to this one. You can instantly tell this is a full custom build of a true street machine. Sleekness was a priority with deleted trim, tight body tolerances, shaved door handles, integrated taillights, and a smooth tonneau cover. And that's why they also wrapped the full creation in the kind of red paint that makes the curves look like liquid. Crystal clear headlights, chrome front bumpers, and an awesome set of Coys 18-inch wheels give this plenty of added shine, too. It's such an awesome total package that they also carpeted the truck bed. After all, the only hauling this F-100 will be doing now is hauling home trophies.
The roadster body has an awesome look, but just in case you do want to button-up, there is a removable hardtop finished in a tasteful maroon fabric. But really, a vehicle like this was meant to be shared with the world. That's why the interior is so nicely finished and ready to show off. It seats with two-tone gray seats that are done in a terrific leather. We love the details, like the diamond-stitch inserts and the red piping that coordinates and unites the interior with the exterior color. The door panels, center console, and even the inside of the hardtop are done to match. There are thoughtful details like plush carpeting, remote door poppers, cup holders, and an AM/FM/CD stereo. You also have provisions for power windows and air conditioning (they will just need servicing to ideally function again.) Your seat power adjusts to the ideal driving position, and the leather-wrapped steering wheel is on a tilt column. Plus, the full AutoMeter gauge package takes center stage in the cool/custom wraparound dash.
The hood tilts forward so that everyone can get a good view of the big block power. This is a 502 cubic-inch V8 with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor on top. It looks clean and mean with the smooth inner walls funneling all your attention to the bright pieces, including the alternator, air grabber, and valve covers w/red streaks etched into them. As you look at the undercarriage photos, the color-matched frame lets you easily recognize more big investments in the right components. Not only do you have an upgraded A-arm front suspension, but also a C4 Corvette-style rear. So yes, you have a fully independent suspension in this truck! Plus, with the four-wheel power disc brakes, power steering, and four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive, this is an awesome build that's easy to show off near or far.
Sleek, distinct, powerful, and absolutely awesome... you know exactly why you want this Ford. So don't miss out, call today!
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