One of the most iconic American Pickup trucks ever built, the Ford F-100 has been around since the late 1940’s. This 1966 F-100 is part of the last year of the 4th generation. Equipped with the desirable Twin I Beam suspension, this original short bed pickup looks beautiful in its blue and white paint scheme. All work was done in the last two years including the original six cylinder motor being rebuilt in June of 2019. Inside, the cab is believed to be all original. The bed is covered in a sturdy bed liner, and the rebuilt engine starts right up and runs great. If you are looking for a good looking and ready to drive classic American truck, look no further than this beautiful 1966 F-100.
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