800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 2002 Ford F-150 XLT Lariat Supercab Flareside is a different kind of survivor. It was built to be a cool cruiser, so we are not surprised to see it didn\'t haul lumber for the last 20 years. But with the shine on the custom tri-tone paint and only averaging about 3,800 miles annually, it\'s the loaded modern classic that has been exceptionally preserved.
Tuscany was one of a handful of conversion companies that for a brief period turned their attention from making comfortable vans and started building exceptionally cool trucks. It gives this pickup the look of a road king. The bold Toreador Red has a nice metallic glow and a deeper more sophisticated ton than the cherry kinds of hues. So it blends well with the two-tone champagne stripe and coordinating lower section. And you just have to love how the matching full body kit hugs every curve of the stepside body. There are plenty more thoughtful details like the custom fog light front valance, color-matched bug guard, color-matched rain guards, a trailer hitch, and an aerodynamic soft tonneau. Plus, we love the way the Prime 16-inch alloys have a wave-like form that goes well with the sides.
The interior has a nice custom touch with the tri-tone leather seats. Tuscany built a reputation on building conversion vans that could eat up miles with ease, and with a power driver\'s seat, you know this truck can do it, too. But the leather here has the same look as the exterior where it shows good care and less use from the low mileage. 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. It\'s 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 and four-wheel power disc brakes, and this cool custom has an everyday kind of practicality.
The sale comes complete with terrific paperwork like the original window sticker, dealer invoice, warranty card, and owner\'s manual. This is the shining custom cruiser that still keeps the practical pickup attitude. So if you love to be distinct while still being capable, you need this F-150. Call now!
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