800 Derita Road, Ste. A
When a pickup has a terrific classic look, you tend to take notice. So dig into the details on this 1966 Ford F-100 Custom Cab. It's a vintage truck that shines bright inside and out, and the V8 even gives you a reminder of what pickup truck honesty is all about.
Ford really made a stylish truck with this generation F-series. There's a power bulge in the hood, plenty of fender flare, and enough brightwork to make it a true classic American. We especially like the full-length trim on this Custom Cab. It showcases the straightness of the panels, and it's also used as a separation line for the red and white two-tone along the body. And speaking of this paint, you can instantly tell there was a big investment here. While it's a modern clearcoat application, the shine it gives off makes sure to give you the best nostalgia. The details on this one really are terrific, right down to the correct wheel covers and the driver's spotlight. They even put liner paint in the bed just in case you want to use this stunner for a few chores, too.
The stylish red and white two-tone continues on the inside of this custom truck. These two colors are nicely intertwined on the dash, door panels, and bench seat with cool tuck and roll style insert. The full experience is like driving a time capsule, right down to the crystal-clear gauges and working AM radio. And you can really tell that they did the layout thoughtfully, because high traffic areas are done in black - like the door armrests, rubber floor mat, and steering wheel grip.
Within the clean black inner fenders of the engine bay lies a very honest 352 cubic-inch V8. It wouldn't be hard to update the motor with a little polish and paint, but we kinda already like how this one is. After all, the period-correct engine is a reminder of the truck's sturdy and honest workman attitude, and this presentation shows that perfectly. Plus, the stout way this V8 fires up, idles, and runs reinforces how strong a truck truly is. And the glasspack-style dual exhaust give this a nice V8 tune. The column-shifted three-speed manual transmission gives you proper control, and the twin I-beam coil spring front suspension and modern cruising tires make it easy to enjoy this true classic pickup on the road.
There is a lot of distinction to this sharp-looking classic truck. When something this desirable is also so affordable, you know you need to hurry if you want to take it home. Call now!
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