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1970 Ford F250 Custom
The F-series of pickup trucks were initially introduced in 1948 and continue to be produced today. They were a record breaking line for Ford becoming the best selling pickup truck in 1977. Even cars couldn\'t stand up to the F-series as they became the highest selling vehicle overall by the early 80\'s. In 2022 Ford passed a mile stone producing their 40 millionth unit and a bunch of those 40 million are still on the road today. They are currently in their 14th generation. Classic pickups have really grown in popularity in recent years and have become the base for some of the coolest customs on the road. This 1970 belongs to the 5th generation and was a special year that saw a mid cycle redesign including new trim, new grill, and various other changes. While this 1970 Ford F250 started its life as a stock pickup it has been completely redone from top to bottom. The result is an extremely smooth running custom that really stands out next to others with the same body style. The build was completed 4-5 years ago in Tennessee and it has 30,000 miles on it since. The body is very straight and all rust free. The paint is a beautiful combination of a bright Red nicely complimented with custom Black accents. The bumpers, grill, mirrors, and trim pieces are now all gloss Black and create a really cool look. Even the \"FORD\" emblems and the lettering on the tail gate have been done in Black. The overall design really works well together and the finish has a great shine. It has the stock style rear taillights that have been modified with old school blue dots and in front are LED halo headlights with Red backing. The truck has a fully adjustable stance due to the air ride that allows you to set the perfect height for cruising down the road and drop it down at shows. The truck has a great aggressive look when sitting low to the ground with the 20 inch custom wheels tucking into the fenders. The bed has been customized with a custom cover to provide space for the air ride tank and to give room for the wheels and suspension when it is lowered.
In place of the original motor the truck is now powered by a 4.6 fuel injected V8. These motors were used in later model pickups, Mustangs and even police interceptors. They receive high remarks for reliability, performance and parts are easy to obtain. This one has been totally rebuilt and fitted with custom Black/Red valve covers and a custom engine cover. The engine compartment is all show ready with custom fabricated painted to match inner fenders, a custom radiator cover, and painted firewall. It is definitely something you are going to want to show off. It has a 4 speed automatic with overdrive transmission that shifts smoothly with no issues. Underneath the truck is a 2006 Crown Victoria chassis that is solid. During the build it was upgraded with 4 wheel power disc brakes and power steering.
Inside the cab the truck has a fully custom TMI interior. It has dual bucket seats, a custom center console, custom door panels and a dash pad all finished out in a Dark Gray/Black with Red stitching. The steel portions of the dash are done in the same Red/Black theme. It has been modified with the air ride controls, custom gauges in a custom bezel and AM/FM/CD/Mp3/Bluetooth Blaupunkt stereo with a 6.2 inch screen. If driving along to your favorite tunes is important this thing easily answers the call with aftermarket speakers, a subwoofer and booster. The steering column is painted black and fitted with a Forever Sharp Red leather wrapped steering wheel. The shifter is mounted to the floor and is a B&M ratchet shifter setup in a custom box.
This truck has a lot of neat things going on with it and it is clear the builder put a lot of love and time into the overall design. The result is a unique classic pickup with modern performance to make it very enjoyable to drive.
It could be yours for $49,500.00!
NOW REDUCED DOWN TO $44,950.00!
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