It's 1956, Elvis Presley releases his first hit "Heartbreak Hotel." Dr Albert Sabin discovers oral polio vaccine, and this cool F-100 rolls into dealerships for sale. Since then she has undergone a radical transformation. The cab and hood was sectioned 2 3/8", door handles emblem holes and body seams filled, power windows, power seats with lumbar support, overhead console, auto dimming rear view mirror, automatic headlights, tilt steering column, cruise control, A/C, 12 speaker 2,000 watt sound system, S-10 bed with '56 Ford Fenders, hidden tailgate latch and trailer hitch, ATC bed cover, 20 gal custom fuel tank, '75 Camaro front sub frame, '77 Cadillac Seville spindles and disk brakes, '77 Cadillac Seville rear axle and disk brakes, front wheel base moved forward 4", front wheel well moved forward 3", rear wheel base moved forward 3" and frame rails C'd above the axle, '95 Chevrolet 350 LT1 V8 with custom intake, 4L60E automatic trans with overdrive., custom Fine Silver Birch paint job. For the 1953 model year, an all-new version of the F-Series made its debut. Increased dimensions, improved engines, and an updated chassis were features of the second generation. Additionally, a change to the F-Series naming scheme would remain in place to the present day. The half-ton F-1 became the F-100 (partially influenced by the North American F-100 Super Sabre); the F-2 and F-3 were combined into the F-250 while the F-4 became the F-350. Conventional F-Series trucks were F-500 to F-900; COE chassis were C-Series trucks. To view the car in greater detail, including an HD video and 100+ HD pictures please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com or our Denver showroom. Call 303-872-4722 for more information.