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This 1977 Ford F-100 really get the classic feeling right. After all, we all would love a vintage vehicle with shining paint, a tasteful interior, and upgraded V8 power. And as you take a longer look at this Ford, you can see there's a lot of thoughtfulness in the details.
Burnt Orange is the kind of color that never goes out of style. So it looks appropriate on a 1970s machine like this while still having plenty of modern appeal. Of course, this attraction is helped by a more recent application laid down by a professional hand. The deep gloss and an even shine are the kind of things that make a truck like this so memorable. Don't forget to check out the details, too. For example, the full-length stainless body trim really showcase the straightness of this styleside pickup. There's also a great shine off the chrome bumpers and upgraded 15-inch polished wheels. In fact, the whole package is like mixing silver and copper to make this truck look like true precious metal.
The interior continues the burnt orange paint, and it's joined by other earthtones for a coordinated look. The tan seat is handsome, and it has comfy cloth inserts for where you sit. Plus, you have clean door panels, nice carpeting, durable rubber floor mats, and Ford's dual spoke steering wheel. So this pickup has the fundamentals covered. There are also some nice upgrades like tinted windows and an AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette. There are even provisions for air conditioning with modern R134a refrigerant (the blower motor is not currently turning on.)
Ford's hardy 302 cubic-inch V8 is ready for you under the hood. The block appears to be date-correct, but you can tell by the shine of the valve covers and overall tidiness that there have been plenty of recent investments in upgrades and maintenance. The V8 inhales deeper with a Holley four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock Performer intake, and it exhales with added power as shorty headers feed the dual exhaust. You get to enjoy this powerful package, because the motor fires up easily and the three-speed automatic transmission shifts smoothly. There's even power steering, wide Cooper Cobra tires, and power brakes with discs up front.
This really does feel like a precious metal classic, and so it's the kind of truck you can drive with pride. Call today!!!
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