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For Sale: 1953 Ford F100
in Orlando, Florida

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Just Toys Classic Cars
Just Toys Classic Cars Inc.
11350 Space Blvd
Orlando, FL 32837
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Just Toys Classic Cars is Extremely proud to present one of the coolest trucks that you are ever going to see in your lifetime. Before you is a 1953 Ford F100 4 Door 4x4 Custom Truck. Now, we know what you are saying, Ford never made a 4 door truck in 1953. You would be correct in your statement. The owner that came up with this idea was struggling to come up with a way to keep his two door truck at the time that he had purchased from his little league baseball coach. He had fond memories of riding in the back of it to baseball practice when he was a kid. So when the opportunity came about, he purchased it from his old coach for $50. Thats right folks $50. Now that you have the back story, lets get into the details. This Blue Angle of a 1953 Ford F100 rides on a 1983 Ford F150 Big Block Chassis. This truck originally had a 400 in it, but later came the current mill under the hood. Now resides a 460 with Cobra Jet heads and 11:1 Compression. All of this is matted to a C6 transmission with a shift kit and a 2500 Stall Converter for good towing. The transfer case as well as the front and rear differential were left stock. Speaking of stock, the owner wanted to keep as many things original as he could. He didnt want to make this a resto mod truck. He wanted to make it as if Ford built it, this is what they would do. The process took 3 cabs and 6 doors to make what you see here. The body and bed were widened to fit on the frame but the hood and the grill are still stock size. In order to start this truck you still turn the key and press the starter button and listen to that 460 come to life. If you need to pull the E-Brake you do it the old fashioned way by the original handle from 1953. This truck has dual tanks with hidden openers and the tank switch is on the drivers side floor just like the original. A third brake light was installed for safety as well. The fenders were widened in order to fit the larger tires, but these are not cheap fiberglass fenders. Again, this truck was built as if Ford did it in 1953. The amount of man hours that went into this truck is immeasurable. The bed was made wider and a tailgate was made for this truck as well. As you will see in the pics there is a class three hitch so you can tow with this truck as well. The seats are out of a 2003 F150, the moonroof is out of an 83 Eldorado, and there is just custom stuff everywhere. This truck speaks for itself. You just have to see it for yourself to believe it. We could go on and on with everything that is done to make this 1953 Ford F100 truck the coolest thing on the planet that you could drive anywhere you want any day of the week. Give us a call today and lets talk about you taking this truck home. We have financing available for those that would like to take advantage of the option. We look forward to speaking with you soon and making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars Family. 4x4 Off-Road Package, Am/Fm Radio W/Cd Player, Center Console Storage, Chrome Wheels, Cloth Seats, Floormats, Power Steering, Power Sunroof, Power Windows, Push-Button Start, Running Boards, Spray-In Bed Liner, Tilt Steering Wheel, Tow Hitch Receiver, Tv

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Intense Blue

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Light Saddle

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