800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1994 Ford F-150 XLT is a useful and affordable long-bed pickup. But you just like it because it has a vintage style, two-tone paint, and a loaded A/C interior. So no matter if you use the fuel-injected V8 to tow a boat or just cruise all around town, you\'ll find plenty of appeal in this truck.
We\'re told this is a one-owner pickup, and it certainly looks like it received good care. Clean panels, good gaps, and the right hint of patina on the chrome make this look respected but not too fancy. After all, a long bed pickup with a tow hitch on the back knows how to be useful. The bug shield on the hood, side steps, folding tonneau over the bed, and full bed liner shows the right upgrades for a truck you want to drive. While the odometer represents the full actual mileage, you also know a well-kept pickup loves to run for what seems like forever. And this one has the look of respect, right down to the paint. The two-tone color theme is one of those great 1990s styles. The Sierra Nevada mountains inspired the dark green and light tan look like it, and so it looks as appealing as an Eddie Bauer flannel.
The XLT trim means a premium interior, and this one is quite well preserved. You get the comfort of individual buckets with the choice of a middle jump seat or armrest center console in between. There are great factory features, like power windows, power locks, a tilt steering column, a driver\'s airbag, and the factory AM/FM/cassette stereo. These F-150s still had the side vent windows, which go with the sliding rear glass for a nice airflow through the cab. And whenever that\'s not enough, there\'s also cold-blowing air conditioning.
Ford\'s 5.0-liter V8 has a long-standing reputation for being a hardy powerhouse. And that only gets better in the modern era of fuel injection. The whole setup has a well-maintained and factory look. So the V8 fires up eagerly as a well-respected pickup should. Power steering, power brakes, and front discs are there to make it nice on the road, too. This one is set up for the long haul. That\'s why you have a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive. There are also dual fuel tanks and cruise control to eat away the miles with ease.
This is an awesome combination of modern classic style and real capability. So don\'t miss this value-priced deal. Call now!
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