Engine: 292ci 4-Barrel V8
Transmission: 3-Speed Manual
Mileage: 71892 Believed Original Miles
Exterior Color: Charcoal and Silver Metallic
Interior Color: Charcoal
Headers with Dual Exhaust
Aftermarket Oil and Temp Gauges
Masterpiece is pleased to present this 1962 Ford F-100 Pickup for sale. Ford introduced the 4th generation F-Series in 1961, which was sleeker and wider than the past models. By making the new F-Series more stylish and genteel, Ford hoped to reach out to previously untapped markets.
The ’62 is powered by its era correct 292ci 4-barrel V8 paired with a 3-speed manual transmission on the floor. The exterior is done in a two-tone charcoal lower and silver metallic top. The fit and finish is very good with all the panel gaps are correct and the chrome shines bright in the sun. The interior carries the same theme as the outside, with the dash and doors painted with the same color scheme as the exterior. The bench seat is finished in a charcoal cloth which does not show any wear marks or tears.
The truck runs and handles very well and is a blast to drive. When you sit in the driver’s seat and turn the key the ’62 fires right up and gives you that nice rumble from the headers and dual exhaust. The truck rides on 15-inch chrome wheels with 215/60R15s on the front and P255/60R15’s on the back. Other highlights include spray in bedliner.
At this price the Custom won’t last long. For more detailed information about our classics please call us at 317-535-3500. Our showroom is not open to the public, please call in advance for an appointment. Masterpiece offers collector car financing through Lightstream a division of SunTrust Bank, J. J. Best Banc Financing or Woodside Credit Collector Car Financing. We can also provide shipping for buyers worldwide. For shipping rate quotes, please call us at 317-535-3500.
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