Offered For Sale by The California Automobile Museum
1963 Ford F100 Pickup
We Offer Financing
If you’ve seen the CBS sitcom “The Neighborhood” featuring Cedric The Entertainer, you’ve seen his truck. This one is real close! Recent ground up restoration, this truck has been transformed back to new (check out the before photos).
Exterior: Repainted original turquoise, white and black. No dings, dents or rust on the body. Paint has not been wet sanded or buffed out. New windshield and seal, back slider window and seal. Five new tires, all wheels powder coated, new hubcaps. New gas cap, filler hose and neck grommet. New taillight lenses, front turn lenses and bulbs. New radio antennae, hood ornament, wiper blades. Custom rear bumper. Rubber bed liner.
Interior: New paint, new headliner, sun visors, rear view mirror, turn signal switch and steering wheel (Original steering wheel is included.) New bench seat and seat belts, carpet floor mats, sound proofing, new stereo and speaker, door seals, door knobs and handles. New gas tank and sending unit.
Motor: New rebuilt 292 with new water pump, fuel pump, valve covers, air clean, fan, belt, cap, rotors and spark plugs. New aluminum radiator. New motor mounts. Flywheel has been surfaced, 11” clutch pressure plate. New exhaust.
Driveline: New drive line and U-joints. New brake linings, new master cylinder, rebuilt wheel cylinders, four drums turned.
That’s a lot of work! Ready for you to drive away!
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