Take a look at this 1954 Ford F-100 pick up. This truck was totally
customized back in 1986. Under the hood, is a 429 cubic inch
Thunder Jet V8 engine from a 1969 T-Bird with 365 horsepower,
chopped top, and a T-Bird automatic transmission. It also includes
a T-Bird rear differential, and a T-Bird dash. The front fenders
have been pinched at the bottom to accommodate quad Chrysler
headlights. A 1970 Chrysler grill was installed with chrome bullets
and a Cobra snake. The hood and tailgate have been louvered and
decked. This vehicle has power disc brakes on front and drums on
rear, power steering, power windows, AM/FM/CD radio, overhead
gauges, 1968 Dodge relocated gas cap, and a remote door popper.
Rear fenders have been widened 4 inches to accommodate the 10 inch
wide like new, Coker tires. Slick red metallic paint with white
seats and upholstery trimmed with red diamonds not only on the
interior but also on the running boards and the bed cap. The tail
lights are T-Bird with chrome bullets and a 8 ball trailer hitch.
Customized truck that was professionally made. Please Note The
Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In
Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that
is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our
reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1954 Ford F100
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