800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Concord, North Carolina
With its factory-correct paint shining brightly, A/C blowing cold, and an upgraded V8 under the hood, you already know this 1970 Ford F-100 Sport Custom is a great deal. So we won't blame you for calling us right now, but for those who want to know more, here are the details...
A truck like this is a labor of love, and in fact, this one was a father & son restoration project. That's why the factory-correct Reef Aqua color has such a deep luster from careful preparation. More than just the color, there's a lot of hard work that goes into getting the upper level Sport Custom package correct. These carried more trim than even some of the Ford cars of the days, and so they looked particularly premium directly from the factory. Today all those pieces are still in place, including the wide grille, chrome front bumper, and wide trim strips that run the entire length of the pickup. Even the factory wheel covers are there to complete the classic appearance. But just because it looks great doesn't mean you should be afraid to use this as a real pickup. That's why there's a trailer ball on the rear step bumper and blue liner paint in the bed.
Inside, this one has a very factory-correct look with some subtle upgrades. For example, bench has a newer black cover that includes comfortable cloth inserts. You'll enjoy this so much more than a full vinyl seat on the first warm day you hop into this F-100. And speaking of warm days, this one also has cold-blowing air conditioning, so you can feel as cool and comfortable as you want in this vintage pickup. The original dash is nicely preserved with everything in place, including the factory AM radio (but there's an FM converter mounted in the glovebox.) The driver gets the thin and grippy factory steering wheel, and beyond that is the cool-looking original wide horizontal gauge package.
While this one was originally a six-cylinder truck, it's hard to argue with the upgrade under the hood. After all, Ford's 351 Windsor V8 is a legend all on its own. And topped with a four-barrel carburetor, it gives the pickup plenty of extra power. You can tell from its tidy presentation that this has been treated with respect ever since restoration was completed about 3,000 miles ago. And the way the dual exhaust has a nice hint of growl lets you know that father & son were fans of blue oval power. Out on the road, features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and recently serviced power brakes give this pickup the right kind of confidence to drive near or far.
The sale comes with the owner's manual, service manuals, and photos of the careful restoration. This is a stellar total package offered at quite a nice price. So you know you need to hurry if you want this deal. Call now!