614 E. Auto Center Dr.
The 1963 Ford F-100 is a standout model in Ford\'s fourth generation of the F-Series trucks. This particular F-100, with its short bed configuration, is a rare and sought-after variant, known for its more integrated and sleek design. The truck\'s striking red and black exterior not only catches the eye but also accentuates its well-balanced proportions. Under the hood lies a 292 V8 engine, providing a balance of power and dependability. This engine, coupled with a 3-speed manual Toploader transmission, ensures a genuine driving experience.
Inside, the F-100\'s cabin has been meticulously restored, featuring a black vinyl upholstered bench seat that perfectly captures the vehicle\'s vintage feel. The interior, simple yet functional, reflects the utilitarian spirit of the 1960s, with a focus on durability and straightforwardness. On the road, the truck\'s leaf spring suspension with shocks on both the front and rear provides a ride that\'s sturdy and capable. The addition of 15\" American Racing wheels, shod with Goodyear Wrangler RT/S tires, not only enhances its rugged look but also improves its road stance. This 1963 Ford F-100 stands as a remarkable chapter in the legacy of American trucks, capturing the essence of an era while continuing to enchant truck enthusiasts and collectors with its timeless appeal.
292 V8 Engine
3-Speed Manual Toploader Transmission
Short Bed Configuration
Striking Red and Black Exterior
Restored Interior Featuring black vinyl upholstery
15\" American Racing Wheels
Equipped with 235/75R15 Goodyear Wrangler RT/S tires
Leaf Springs with Shocks Suspension
This 1963 Ford F-100 short bed is a remarkable example of classic automotive design and functionality. Whether you\'re a collector or an enthusiast, this truck is sure to captivate with its blend of style, power, and history. Contact us today to own a piece of Americana that stands out in both form and function.
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