1964 Ford F-100 Short Bed
classic and collector car sales and consignment
1865 McGee Ln, Ste F
Lewisville, TX 75077
Call Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317
This is a very nice F-100 has just the right modifications to make it a real pleasure to drive. It's nice enough to show and reliable enough to drive anywhere.
302 ci V-8
Camaro Front Clip
9" Ford Rear
Power Front Disc Brakes
Air Conditioning (blows cold)
Tilt Steering Column
Sliding Back Window
American Racing Torque Thrust Wheels
The paint on this truck is extremely nice. We found no chips or scratches. Of course there are some very faint surface scratches that you can barely see.
One of the features I found really nice on this truck is the outside door handles. The push buttons operate with very little effort, unlike most older vehicles that you have to really push to open.
The interior is very well done. The red and black accent the black truck beautifully.
The Billet banjo steering wheel is a nice addition to the interior.
The original door tag in intact. You can see that this was originally a manual 3 speed and definitely not a 302 from the factory.
The updated radio has a Blue Tooth connection.
The under dash Ford A/C works very well.
The 302 sits nicely in the engine compartment. This is a very nice running truck, and whoever did the work, did a great job.
The aluminum radiator keeps the truck running cool.
The chrome and stainless on this truck are in excellent condition.
The bed cover looks great and is very easy to operate.
The undercarriage is very solid. We found no rust on this truck. The floor pans are solid and it is very clean.
Also for more photos just call us and we can send you the Photobucket album with 81 shots.
Again, please feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317. We would also be happy to assist you with financing.
TAXES & TITLE : All winning bidders are responsible for tax, title, and license fees in their state of residence. Garrett Classics is a licensed Texas dealer. Texas residents are responsible for TT&L fees. Out of state residents are required to pay sales tax in their state of residence. We also charge a $50. document fee and a vehicle inventory tax required by Texas of .001724% of the sale price. (example a $20,000. car would be $34.48)
WARRANTY : This vehicle is being sold as is, where is, with no warranty expressed, written or implied. The seller shall not be responsible for any incorrect description, authenticity, genuineness, or defects herein and makes no warranty in connection therewith. Although every effort is made on our part to accurately describe the vehicle to you, it is the buyers responsibility to see that his/her classic and collector car purchase meets their individual criteria. Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type. The seller will make every effort to disclose any known defects associated with the vehicle at the buyers request prior to the close of the sale. Seller assumes no responsibility for any oral or written statements about the vehicle. A personal or 3rd party inspection prior to your purchase is highly recommended.
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