213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1979 Ford F-150 is the right year, has the right look, the right recent investments, and has the right V8 power to give you proper 4x4 ability. So when it's also priced-right, you're looking at the right deal.
The '79 F-Series is quite a desirable truck. After all, the sixth-gen pickups are some of the most sought-after around, and this final-year came with the distinct grille and square headlights. And these Fords always look good in Wimbledon White. This is a later application, and so you get quite a nice gloss in the sunshine. And speaking of shine, there's also some good brightwork in the chrome bumpers, new grille, and full-length trim. But what we really like is the well-coordinated look of black against the white. You see in in places like the rub strip of the body trim, tailgate trim, and the upgraded 15-inch vector-style wheels. They even invested in a new bed liner that not only adds to the black accenting, but also it means this F-150 is still ready for real truck duty.
The black really takes over the inside, and now the white is the accenting. The presentation is absolutely vintage, right down to the wood-like trim on the dash. But as you look a little closer, you can also see they made all the right investments. The new seat, new door panels, new floor pans, and new carpeting give this a fresh feeling where you know you'll want to spend some time. So the truck is inviting without losing the classic atmosphere. This even has the side vent windows and slidinging rear glass, and together they provide a breeze through the cab like only an old-school truck can.
You can instantly see more great investments under the hood. The 351 cubic-inch V8's engine block has fresh paint so the bold blue radiates from within the dark inner walls. Plus, it has all the right stout equipment, like a rebuilt carburetor, newer distributor, plug wires, and a fresh tune-up. The V8 fires up strong, and the headers help the dual exhaust make a sweet rumble. The two-speed 4x4 transfer case, lifted stance, and Nexen Roadian all-terrain tires are great for off-road work. And the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes with front discs are there to make sure you can easily enjoy this one in-town, too.
You know this F-150 gets it correct in all right places, including the price. So it makes for a classic 4x4 you need to get your hands on right now. Call today!!!
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