213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1999 Ford F-150 is part of the upcoming era of classic pickups. After all, it's nearing the quarter-century mark. So when you want the cutting edge of collectible, you want a well-preserved pickup like this. Large, loaded, fuel-injected, and premium - it really has it all.
This era of Ford F-150 is destined to become a valued classic. They took the beefy lines we expect from a pickup and added a touch of sports car sleekness. The flush fit of the headlights, design of the grille, sport mirrors, and flared fenders are all part of thoughtful design. And the way the chrome bumpers hug the body reminds us more of 1960s cruisers than pickups. Yes, this really is something special. Especially because this is in the up-market Lariat trim. So the paint feels like a true classic two-tone with the white supplemented by the golden lower portion and pinstripe. And while you have a full bed liner and proper trailer hitch, the full impression of this truck is that it has never spent much time as a rough-n-ready hauler.
The interior continues the premium feeling with a tasteful tan leather interior. So while the odometer reflects the full actual mileage, you'll see from the condition that a luxury Lariat trim truck like this gets treated with the highest respect and care. It even looks like the driver's seat bottom was recovered, because after all, proper preservation also means the right maintenance. And what you may have also noticed about the seat is the configuration. This has the desirable front seat package where you can sit three across, but when the middle is not needed, it folds down into an armrest for bucket-like comfort. You have half-doors to make it easier for passengers to access the rear and/or fold up the seats for added secure storage. This has all the best features, including power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, sliding rear window, dual airbags, a tilt steering column, the factory AM/FM/CD stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning.
The 5.4-liter under the hood is part of the more modern Modular V8 era. That means a well-rounded power package featuring fuel injection. That's why you have a strong powerhouse that fires up with plenty of eagerness. And a modern truck like this also means it's built for all-around enjoyment near or far. That's why you have features like cruise control and a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-ready overdrive - items that are hard to find on older classics. Add in power steering, power brakes, and front discs, and you have the right balance of new-style vintage and everyday practicality.
It's time to embrace the new class of classic pickups before the market really takes hold. Call today!!!
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