UPGRADED 400 V8, C6 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, ORIGINAL COLORS, GREAT VALUE, HURRY
Vintage, striking, and plenty of V8 power to get to work – there's a ton of extra reasons why you want this 1964 Ford F-100 besides its affordable price.
Because this one doesn't show a lifetime of working 9 to 5, you can really see the nice intricate sheetmetal that came on these fourth-generation F-Series trucks. Ford did an amazing job in '64 with a little fender flare in the front, power dome hood, and a sweeping line in the profile that runs from the front all the way down through the styleside bed. It also helps that the turquoise is a modern re-spray of the factory-correct color. That means a nice shine over all the stylistic curves. And speaking of style, the white roof and matching pinstripe that follows the sheetmetal is truly an inspired touch. Bright bumpers and good trim make it a true '60s machine. Plus, their theme of turquoise and brightwork come together nicely on the custom wheels. But more than just a great presentation, the trailer hitch and the steel bed with liner paint mean this vintage pickup is always ready for work AND play.
The exterior theme continues on the inside, too. In fact, the bench seat represents the full color scheme perfectly with the custom two-tone that looks like it could have been in a hot rod. The door panels, dash, and new headliner interweave there two colors, too, to finish out this attractive uniform package. There's even a nicely pained auxiliary gauge trio to keep completely informed. But for you, the true thrill is the classic mechanical feeling of grabbing the original Ford steering wheel and looking at the original gauge packet. The total experience will make even trips to the supermarket feel like you're out in the fields on a hay run.
Under the hood is Ford's 400 cubic-inch V8. While this is a much larger displacement than anything they offered in '64, you have to admit it looks pretty correct under the hood with the big blue block, matching valve covers & air topper, and all those factory decals. And you can't argue with the advantage of the larger motor when you fire this one up and hear the extra rumble from the dual exhaust. And of course, the larger motor is helpful anytime you want to use this pickup to help with chores. The twin I-beam front suspension was a great Ford innovation to be sturdy like a solid axle while providing much more comfort, and the addition of grippy Goodyear Eagle GTII tires will let you feel the advantages on the streets. Add in the three-speed automatic transmission, and this has all the right features for your new trusty friend.
Not included in the pictures of the underside is recently installed front and rear shocks, rear shock bushings, front leaf springs and front spring u-bolts.
A vintage truck that's both this useful and striking is rarely this affordable. So you know you need to hurry if you want to make it yours. Call or email today!