American Classic Cars
2282 Arrow Hwy
La Verne, CA
La Verne, CA
1956 FORD F-100 PICK UP ***PRICED REDUCED*** This is THE ULTIMATE 1956 Ford F-100. A fully professional build with considerable documentation, every detail of the build is recorded in the builders diary. Beginning with a stock frame, a TCI front clip was installed, with 2 drop springs. Front G.G. front disc brakes were installed. The rear is a new 12 bolt, 3:73 TCI 4-link with coil overs. The rear brakes are disc also. All brake lines ate stainless steel with braided S.S. connectors. Fuel lines are stainless steel. A 30 Flaming River tilt steering column and Lokar shifter and Flaming River power steering with G.M. Corvette booster was installed. Front wheels are Budnik Cannon 18x8 and rear are Budnik Cannon 20x10. A rear center mounted Pro Design aluminum fuel tank with bed access was installed. A stock all steel body/cab was fitted with a stock bed finished with beautiful wood and stainless strips. Custom tailgate hardware was attached. Stock taillights with stainless steel wiring guides were mounted. The body was prepared to perfection before a depth of House of Kolor Candy Apple paint was perfectly applied by Doug Starbuck. Bills Auto Upholstery in Brea CA then designed and stitched the exceptionally comfortable Glide bench seat in black/charcoal combination. Power door locks, power windows, Budnik 13-1/2 steering wheel, Clarion stereo, stock Ford instruments were rebuilt by United Speedometer and installed, making the interior itself a work of art. The real beauty is under the tilt forward hood with an incredible GM Performance 383ci with Street and Performance Ram Jet injection. Cooling is assisted with a Spal auxiliary fan system and custom fabricated radiator hoses. A GM hi torque starter sets it all in motion. Street and Performance exhaust system makes the incredible sounds. The transmission is a GM 700R4. GIVE US A CALL @ 909-596-5700 WITH ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE
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