Classic Auto Mall
6180 Morgantown Road
1990 Ford F-150
For consignment, a generation 3 version of the popular Ford F150 pickup. It comes to us in fair to good condition, has a 6 cylinder engine, black paint and a lined 8 foot bed. This truck is within our dancing noodle section, which is reserved for those vehicles which are more likely used vehicles rather than classics. Although this one holds its own and looks good doing so.
Black bathes the straight steel of this pickup that shows some faults throughout in the form of fading, overspray, orange peel, and some beginnings rust at the seams of trim. There is a trimming on the lower sides which delineates the panels on the rockers which are painted silver. The \"aero\" design of the front grille is framing out on the bottom with a large chromed bumper that has a grille guard on it. The vertical triangular protectors are showing some surface rusting. This truck has trimmings aplenty which encircle the wheel wells, side view mirrors, windshield surround and bars on the tops of the bed sides. Some badging is showing peeling off of the faux chrome. A sliding glass window is on the back of the cab and the bed is lined with a tuff plastic liner also in black. 15-inch drilled aluminum wheels are on, and wrapped in Goodyear Wrangler radial tires, (235/75R15).
For the interior, a gray broadcloth bench which is covered with a black slip cover and this shows some staining and faults. The bench stretches from door to door and has some wear off on the drivers side on this bolster. There is a central armrest that can be folded up to accommodate a 3rd passenger in the center. Gray plastic moldings abound on the doors and create the various panels for the armrest, storage bin upper and lower and the power window and lock toggle background. The upper sill on the driver\'s door is cracked. A small area of the gray corduroy like broadcloth is also seen on the doors which has some small vertical stripes on it for the pattern. A gray molded plastic padded dash top and front are in and the instrumentation in front of the driver is in a black field which is surrounded by a thin strip of faux wool which is rounded over. A factory black steering wheel is fronting the dash and sports buttons for cruise control. Yellowed gray carpeting covers the floors and a gray headliner is above and showing some faults within it.
Under the hood is a 4.9 liter I-6 which is the engine the factory put in. It has EFI and an AOD 4-speed automatic transmission on back with a Ford 8.8 inch rear axle. Slight surface rust is seen inside but the engine presents overall clean.
Spotty areas of surface rust are seen throughout, but mostly unremarkable. It is mostly seen on the framing sides and structural supports that run perpendicular to the framing. The exhaust system shows some surface rust. Radius arm and coil springs are in front and in back are leaf springs for the suspension. Power disc brakes are upfront, and power drums are on back.
Its fired right up but there is an occasional hesitation, (hiccup), at some points which is believed to be electrically related. It has been checked by several reputable garages and a diagnosis remains a mystery. Otherwise our drive was uneventful and even the AC blew cold.
This used example is ready to roll albeit with the aforementioned issue, but is an all working example. Ready, willing and able to be your next hauler or daily driver.
F-Ford Motor Company
D-5001 Thru 6000 GVWR
Y-4.9ci I6 EFI
N-Norfolk, VA Assy Plant
A87422-Sequential Unit Number
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 850 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display. This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
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