1965 Ford F100 Fresh shortbed classic ford pickup. fresh 428
cobrajet engine and C6 automatic transmission. police interceptor
aluminum driveshaft and a fresh 9 inch rearend with a road gear
2.73 provide the power. crown vic conversion with a 4 inch drop.
axle flip on the rear with a 4 1/2 inch bolt pattern all around.
all new exhaust with ceramic coated headers. early mustang bucket
seats and a tilt column with a sport custom steering wheel. truck
is accented a little but not a show truck. would make a nice daily
driver. nice set of hooks in the bed fore tie down purposes. 22
gallon mustang tank under the bed with a marine deck fill frenched
in to the floor. 17 inch 2005 mustang GT wheels. excellent tires.
truck drives nice and starts and runs excellent. not a hotrod but a
solid running and driving texas truck. truck only needed a small
bit of rust sheet metal repair and has had a complete frame off
restoration . sand blasted primed and painted with POR15.under
coated and built to last. complete door overhaul and new rubber and
windows. new fiberglass headliner installed. . This truck drives
nice. Is quiet enough to hear the radio. -Vehicle is on consignment
and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at
231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If
you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or
1965 Ford F100
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