800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1977 Ford F-100 Ranger is an intoxicating mix of original features and cool upgrades. So when this V8 midnight hero is also quite nicely priced, you have just discovered a great vintage deal.
We know you love the custom details to this F-100. It's a 1977 model, but it has been given the later square headlamps that was only available for a few years. Those new American Racing aluminum wheels are a nice, clean, touch. And that custom power dome hood gives you a powerful presence like a rhinoceros ready to charge. But beyond those additions, you fell in love with this pickup for its fundamentals. The range-topping Ranger came with plenty of impressive trim like full-length stainless body line moldings, wheel well accents, and an ornate tailgate. Plus, the big chrome bumpers on both ends tell you this is a true American classic. You can see all these details so well thanks to good care over the years. In fact, you should take a look at the trim tag. This Ford was order by district 22 Charlotte, North Carolina. So nearly 40 years later, this pickup is still selling out of its home district. A truck like this still knows how to work, too, that's why the bed has the bright bed rails and tough liner.
With a black exterior, a coordinating black interior is exactly what you want. The bench is made of durable vinyl in the high-wear spots, and comfortable cloth where you sit, so it couldn't be a nicer combo. The door panels, carpeting, and dash pad all coordinate in a nicely executed package. The factory steering wheel gives you a commanding view of the full gauge panel and all your heat/defrost sliders. But the feature you're going to love the most is opening the side vent windows and sliding the rear glass. That way you can let the breeze gently flow through the cabin as you enjoy a country drive.
Under the hood is Ford's trusty 351 cubic-inch V8. It looks fantastic with the bold blue engine, newer plug wires, and shiny air topper & valve covers all coming together to look like its radiating power out of the dark engine bay. It fires up nicely, like a good truck should, and the twin-I beam front suspension adds to both the ruggedness and comfort. But for the times when you just want to go for a drive, this F-100 eats the miles with ease thanks to the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes.
When you can find a vintage pickup with the right original features, nice upgrades, and such an affordable price, you know you're looking at something special. Don't let this deal pass you by. Call now!!
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