800 Derita Road, Ste. A
It takes amazing paint, a throaty exhaust, and plenty of chrome to turn heads when going down the street. That's why you're instantly attracted to this restored 1972 Ford F100 Explorer. The time and money that went into this truck build is shown in its extremely high quality!
Ford did an amazing job in '72 with a bright grille, brighter bumpers, a little fender flare, and a hood design that looks like a double power dome. Plus, this Explorer trim's sweeping line of bright work that runs from the front all the way down through the styleside bed helps to serve as a guide to demonstrate how straight the body is. Even the factory wheel covers are correctly in place! But what everybody will notice is that the paint is so sharp, and so red, it looks like a fire engine. It was repainted as part of this truck's restoration, and since that was around 6,000 miles ago, it still looks fantastic in the sunshine. Despite all this bold appearance, this Ford is still a pickup to its core. That's why the rear step bumper still has its trailer hitch, there are tall trailer mirrors, and the bed has a tough black liner.
Inside someone has gone to great lengths to keep this red looking fresh, and so you'll love showing it off. The carpet, door panel, and headliner all coordinate with the exterior in a shade that is usually seen in an aggressive sports car. An especially nice touch is the seat. Not only was it restored, but now it has a matching center console that includes cup holders, storage, and even a CB radio. Plus, there's an upgrade to an AM/FM/cassette stereo. But even with these newer features, all the best vintage pieces are still in place. The factory dual-spoke steering wheel gives you a commanding view of the gauges. Plus, we know you'll love opening the vent windows and sliding the rear glass to get the old-school truck breezes. Any time it's too warm for only that, the modern R134a air conditioning will always keep you cool.
Just like the interior and exterior, there is an exceptionally fresh presentation under the hood, too. Ford's bold blue block with matching air topper and valve covers really make for a standout package against all the fresh black components of the engine bay. The reason why everything looks so good is because the 360 cubic-inch V8 was rebuilt during the restoration. It inhales deeply through a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority from the glasspack-style dual exhaust. No matter how you decide to use this pickup, you'll enjoy features like the three-speed automatic transmission, comfortable but sturdy twin I-beam front suspension, power brakes, and power steering.
This is a great cruising pickup that has been restored and upgraded in all the ways you want. So when something this nice is also so affordable, you know you need to hurry to grab this deal. Call now!