800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1956 Ford F-100 was built to give you everything you want. The classic lines are positively radiant in the sleek custom two-tone. The big back window lets in even more light to see the full custom A/C interior. And the fuel-injected V8 and overdrive transmission make this loaded pickup a great restomod cruiser.
Yellow and black is a timelessly attractive color combo. Of course, it only gets better when you can really see there was a small fortune spent getting this two-tone right. So you get a neon-like glow from the yellow and a piano-grade gloss from the black. Before the first drop of the paint went down, they deleted the badges and smoothened the sheet metal so that the excellent panels let the light roll evenly across the whole truck. And just in case these were not distinctive enough, you also have a red pinstripe providing a clear border all around this truck. And it's more than just the paint that's radiant. Chrome bumpers, the classic grille, and the upgraded 18-inch Boyd Coddington wheels are all mirror-like. There are plenty of custom details, like the tri-bar headlights, taillights integrated into the bumper, and a flush-fitting tonneau. But this Ford doesn't trade in its full vintage style, and that's why there's glossy lumber in the truck bed. And the wraparound big rear window is a feature true vintage truck people love to see.
The two-tone treatment continues inside. Custom door panels, plush carpeting, and tweed inserts in the seating make this quite comfy. You can tell there was an eye here for style where they kept everything quite clean and smooth. That's why they did thoughtful upgrades like put the AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth in an overhead console so that you get an ultra-smooth dash. And the air conditioning controls and vents are neatly integrated below the dash. There are also more great upgrades, like power windows, cruise control, and a tilt steering column. Plus, those Dakota Digital gauges remind us of the digital readouts in a C4 Corvette...and that's for a very good reason.
The forward-tilt hood always looks sporty, and it's likely to draw people closer. So that's why they made sure the engine bay was ready for primetime. The smooth color-matched inner walls and the well-hidden wires and hoses give you a clear view of the shining V8 heart. This is a 350 cubic-inch LT1 V8. This powerhouse is the best way to mix a classic small block upgrade with a modern and powerful fuel injection package. So it's ideal for a restomod like this. It fires up with the consistency you want in a FI machine, and the header-fed H-pipe dual exhaust makes a terrific V8 tune. But don't just listen to the rumble; follow its path in the undercarriage photos. There you'll see just how clean and thoughtful this full build is over every inch. As pretty as this one is, you'll also happily add miles to the odometer thanks to easy driving features like power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive.
This is the kind of custom build that will take you to car shows near and far in complete comfort. And the tonneau means you can protect all the awards you pick up along the way. So if you want a terrific truck that's unique and memorable, you can't let this Ford slip away. Call now!
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