Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is proud to offer this tough and rustic 1978 Ford F150 for sale. This 1978 Ford F150 is a survivor Custom long box truck. This sweet truck still wears its original two-tone green paint that it left the factory with four decades ago. It still presents well but has the nice patina that's so popular today. The new 20" Foose wheels look just right on this classic F150. With a matching green cloth and vinyl interior, you're sure to be comfortable inside as everyone you drive past honks and waves. Powered by Ford's reliable 400 CID engine and a C-6 three speed automatic (recently re-sealed), this F150 also has a nice array of options like air conditioning, power steering, power disc/drum brakes, AM/FM/CD radio, and cruise control (currently not working). All of the gauges work and function properly and the steering and front end components have all been replaced in the past two years. This 1978 Ford drives, steers, stops, and handles perfectly. It's an original Arizona truck so it has a rust-free body and frame. These '70's F-series trucks are really gaining momentum in the collector car marketplace. Get this one while it's here...which won't be long or before the price on them sky rocket like the Chevy Nova's have! This is a great truck to show off to friends and family. These trucks never disappoint and always show you how reliable a truck can and should be. This is a great truck to own at this price no one will believe how much you spent on this sweet ride. This 1978 Ford F150 for sale includes: AC, AMFM radio, CD player, power brakes, power steering, seat belts, cloth and vinyl interior, radial tires and aluminum alloy wheels. To see 100-plus pictures and a video of this 1978 Ford F150 for sale and for more information or to schedule an appointment to view this vehicle in person, please call the Scottsdale showroom at 623-900-4884 or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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