800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1964 Ford F-100 is a cool restomod with fuel-injected V8 power, an overdrive transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, and a custom/comfy interior. But none of that is what made you stop and stare. Instead, it's the full custom body presentation that lets you know we have quite a unique tuck up for grabs.
There is a lot of custom work going on with the body. It starts with a distinct unibody setup. This pays tribute to the two-year experiment that Ford did earlier in this generation with a seamless transition between the cab and the bed. And it also happens to be a hint at what kind of chassis this truck is now riding on. There are more seamless upgrades with inches chopped out of the cab roof, the integrated front bumper, and a later F-Series tailgate integrated into the smooth rear. Plus, the custom hood scoop trim, lowered stance, aerodynamic tonneau over the truck bed, and notched rear bumper for the dual exhaust show off an even more sporty style. The tomato soup red paint has a nice gloss to show off the well-done sheet metal. It makes for a nice background to show off the contrasting color of the brightwork in places like the grille and upgraded 17-inch alloys. And the subtle Hot Rod Lincoln text on the tailgate gives you a hint at what you'll see inside.
The interior is a custom integration from a classic Lincoln Town Car. And you know that because you have the classic badge embroidered into the broad leather bucket seats. The door panels and dash were also added, too, and so it helps this integrate features like power seats, power windows, and the digital readouts. The power locks were also added, and you even have the classic/handy coded keypad on the driver's door. The upgraded package also gives you provisions for more of the Lincoln's features, like the stereo, and air conditioning, but they will need servicing and components to fully function. With the big armrests, plush seats, and an upgraded steering wheel on a tilt column, you can also easily see yourself comfortably eating away the mile in this custom.
Another piece borrowed from the Lincoln is the 4.6-liter SOHC V8. This modular motor is similar to the fuel-injected powerhouse you found in the mustang. So you know it has the right power and torque to move this pickup with ease. As you look underneath, you'll see more Lincoln than F-100 with the Town Car suspension, including the fully independent front end and trailing arm rear with sway bar. The gas tank was even moved to the bed for good weight distribution. You've also got a four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, power steering, modern sport tires, and four-wheel power disc brakes. So this unique pickup was made to cruise.
This truck is a custom build over every inch. So while you may find areas for improvement, like newer paint or refinishing the interior, we're already pretty impressed with the full level of custom work that has gone into this pickup. So if you're looking for a unique classic that's also a true cruiser, you know you want this unibody F-100. Call now!
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