This 1970 Ford F-100 Ranger XLT has a well-done patina style, V8
power, and cool attitude you can see inside and out.
It's hard not to love the look of patina on a pickup. After all, it
instantly gives this the appearance of what these trucks were meant
to do: survive for generations. They added this look over the
two-tone, and so that just heightens the vintage-style appeal. And
this total package is still an effective pickup thanks to liner
paint in the bed. More than just a classic-looking truck, there's
also a hint of attitude with the side exit exhaust, lowered stance,
and 15-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels.
Inside is truly a unique look. The tapestry blanket seat cover is
part of the long tradition of older classic vehicles, so it fits in
perfectly with the exterior's patina personality. But when the
doors have also been done to match, it becomes a much more uniform
style and a thoughtful upgrade. The rest of the interior follows
this theme of investing in a classic pickup package. There's a new
wrap on the dash pad, the wood-like trim looks complete, and
there's an upgraded floor mat. And just like the exterior, there's
a hint of sporty flair with the grippy sports-style steering wheel
and B&M floor shifter.
Ford's 390 cubic-inch V8 was the largest displacement the factory
offered for the F-100 in 1970. It's both stout and powerful, so
it's great to have it under the hood in this pickup. It has a nice
look with the bold blue block, matching valve covers, and a bright
air topper. More importantly, it's a strong runner. You have firm
control of this V8 with the smooth-shifting three-speed manual
transmission. You also have power steering, grippy Dunlop tires,
and more recent investments in the front suspension to keep this
feeling solid on the road.
This is a cool classic attitude seen throughout this V8 truck. So
if you love a classic truck of distinction, call today!