1955 Ford F-100

Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX

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Fort Worth, TX



Year 1955
Mileage 2166
Engine 6
Doors 2
Transmission Automatic
Make Ford
Model F-100

F-100 1955

Title Status --
Exterior Color Red
Interior Color Red


This 1955 Ford F-100 is an awesome kind of custom pickup that takes the classic lines and adds a sleek finish, a comfy A/C interior, an upgraded motor, and a cool all-red style. So dig into the details, because this is a total package cruiser.
This truck takes the classic elements and turns them up a notch. It all starts with the paint. We love seeing these F-100s in red, but there\'s a butter-smooth feeling over the rounded fenders that tell you they invested nicely in this finish. So there\'s a radiant style in the sunlight. The bed has bright slates, but the work-ready lumber and liner paint sides mean it can still pull light duty (like loading up all your supplies for a fun day out at the car show.) Bright chrome bumpers and running board step plates give you the right classic details. But the clear headlights, polished dual exhaust tips, and slotted mag wheels also give this the right upgraded style.
When you look inside there\'s both more bright red and plenty of custom upgrades. It all starts with well-bolstered high-back bucket seats done in plush red velour. The door panels, headliner, and carpeting have also been upgraded for a more comfortable feeling. There are plenty of added luxuries like an AM/FM/CD/cassette stereo, cup holders, and both a center console and overhead console. And cold-blowing air conditioning always makes for an awesome cruiser. Plus a better driver means the right engaging feeling. You get it from upgrades like the tilt steering column, a floor shifter, billet pedals, and a mix of VDO and Stewart Warner readouts.
Under the hood is a younger powerhouse and plenty of polished components. This is a 4.3-liter Chevy motor, and this V6 has earned a hardy reputation in trucks like the S-10. This one even has nice features like a serpentine belt system, an aluminum radiator, and an Edelbrock intake. It makes for a 1950s classic with daily-driver kind of sensibilities. That\'s also true because you have good all-around driving features like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and an upgraded independent front end.
This custom build combines classic looks, modern conveniences, and hardy power. That makes for a total package you\'ll want to be cruising this weekend. Call today!!!


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