800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This generation of F-Series is really coming into its own on the classic market, because they have a nostalgic look while still carrying best modern features to get the job done. So that's what gets us particularly excited about this 1994 Ford F-150 XLT Lariat Extended Cab 4x4. It's got a nice look, fuel-injected V8, loaded interior, all the best paperwork, and more. And not only do you get impressive features, but also this is a go-anywhere 4x4 offered for quite an obtainable price.
This truck does a nice job of making a good first impression. The Tucson Bronze and Desert Copper is the correct two-tone and it's even believed to be the factory application. It has a little bit of age, but it's still impressive for a true classic that has passed the quarter-century mark. And there's a metallic element in both paints that loves the sunshine. Plus, there's a nice brightwork package with the stainless tailgate insert of the premium XLT Lariat trim that goes with the chrome bumpers and polished alloys. But what you really love about this Ford is all the ability it gives you. The tall 4x4 stance, rear step bumper, and full bed liner are all part of a ready-to-work attitude. And the trailer hitch on the rear with proper wiring plug means it's easy to enjoy this F-150 everywhere from the campsite to the boat ramp.
Another reason you want an XLT Lariat like this is for the loaded and premium interior. In fact, the included windows sticker shows that the front captain's chairs were an expensive option. But they're worth it. After all, you get the comfort of individual buckets with armrests, a cup holder center console, and power-adjusting lumbar support. The extended cab setup means a versatile rear that gives you a place to carry more people or a secure place for cargo. There are great factory features, like power windows, power locks, a tilt steering column, driver's airbag, and the factory AM/FM/cassette stereo. These F-150s still had the side vent windows, and that goes with the sliding rear glass for a nice air flow though the cab. And whenever that's not enough there's cold-blowing air conditioning.
Ford's 5.8-liter V8 was another one of those expensive but worthwhile upgrades to this truck. It has a long-standing reputation for being a hardy powerhouse. And that only gets better in the modern era of fuel injection. The whole setup has a well-maintained and factory look. So the V8 fires up eagerly like a well-respected pickup should. The two-speed 4x4 transfer case is as easy as pushing a button, and it gives you proper go-anywhere ability. Plus, power steering and power brakes with discs up front are there to make it nice on the road, too. In fact, this one is really set up for the long haul. That's why you have a four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive. There's also dual fuel tanks and cruise control to really eat away the miles with ease.
The sale comes complete with the original warranty card, window sticker, owner's manual, and maintenance records. This is an awesome combination of modern classic and capability, so don't miss this deal. Call now!
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