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While we bet you stopped to look at this 1969 Ford F-100 Ranger because it has a slick and mean look. But as you dig just a little deeper, you're going to find a restomod with all the right pieces that back up this attitude. This includes an upgraded suspension, custom A/C interior, four-wheel disc brakes, a six-speed stick shift, and a modern Coyote 5.0-liter V8 heart.
Trucks from this era are always a great part of nostalgia because they remind us of a hard day's work. So when you combine it with the full dark treatment, this Ford looks like it apprenticed with the grim reaper. The Black Cherry paint looks dark as midnight until the sunlight hits it, and then some deep red tones start to come out. That's when you really see the difference with the black trim and bumpers. As you look in the truck bed, it not only has tough black liner paint, but also you'll spot the custom contours that hint at the upgrades installed in the suspension (more on that in a moment.) Of course, the real tip-off for the serious performance upgrades come from the modern 19-inch black Mustang alloys on the lowered suspension.
Inside the dark theme continues, but with a premium twist. The seats are comfortable modern buckets finished in supple leather. They even power adjust to your ideal position. More ideal comfort comes from upgrades like the cold-blowing R134a air conditioning and a new AM/FM touchscreen infotainment with USB and Bluetooth. But this truck is more than just comfortable. The tall Hurst shifter, grippy sports steering wheel, tilt column, and new Dakota Digital gauges are more hints at the performance heart. The custom TMI dash pad finishes off the well rounded look of the interior.
We often see engine upgrades in these classic Ford F-Series pickups, but nothing as cool as this. You're going to love lifting the hood at car shows and seeing jaws drop when people spot the 5.0-liter Coyote. This is such a modern fuel-injected motor, that you still get a similar V8 in a brand new Mustang GT today! Not only is this a serious powerplant, but it gets to announce itself with authority thanks to the BBK headers that feed the dual exhaust. You're in complete control of this modern V8 and its rumbling soundtrack thanks to the six-speed manual transmission. And because this truck has the power to be a true street machine, they upgraded the suspension to really be best on the streets. That means a full Crown Vic suspension upgrade, electric power steering (that will need servicing), sway bars front & rear, four-wheel disc brakes, and grippy Michelin Pilot Sport tires.
This is an outstanding classic with a modern performance heart. And while it looks mean, it's oh so nice to drive. That makes it an impressive total package. Call now!
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