1965 Ford F100 shortbed ratrod powered with a high performance 428
cubic inch c6 . cobrajet heads. c7 police interceptor intake. probe
forged aluminum pistons. electronic ignition. new desert cool
radiator. delay wipers. tilt column. etc etc etc. had the latest
crown vic police interceptor front suspension conversion with 4
inch drop. djm lowering kit in the rear on a 73-79 rearend.
redrilled for 4 1/2 inch bolt pattern to match the crown vic front
suspension. 350 tracloc 31 spline rearend. totally frame off,
blasted and coated with por 15. no rust no rust no rust. truck
rides and drives like a cadilac and is very quick. 2006 mustang gt
wheels pirelli rubber that looks new. this truck does not drive
like a twin I beam truck. all new rubber in doors and windows. does
not leak and is quiet in the cab with the exception of the engine
rumble. you can still hear the new JVC stereo installed in the
glovebox. cab mounted tank removed and a new 22 gallon mustang tank
installed in the rear with marine deck fill frenched into the floor
of the bed. you could still load plywood on the floor if desired.
-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 Call
1965 Ford F100
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