1953 Ford F-100 far from average. Rather than stuff a big motor
into an old truck, this vehicle began from the ground up with a
Walden boxed steel chassis including Ford Mustang II front
suspension and Ford 9-inch rear suspension coupled via quad-link
and Panhard rod assembly. All 4 corners are coil-over shocks with
hydra-boost power assist disc brakes. Power comes from a Ford 392
cu. in. stroker motor (crate motor) with port injection via an
Edelbrock Torker II manifold. March serpentine pulley system also
services the AC Compressor for the Vintage Air air conditioning
system. Coupling the 430 HP engine to the driveline is a Hughes
2500 RPM Stall Convertor matched to a beefed-up Ford AOD
transmission. All engine electronics controlled by F.A.S.T. ECU.
Rear-end features Auburn posi with 3.25:1 ratio gears. Sanderson
headers connect to dual 30-inch stainless glass pack mufflers with
stainless piping all the way back to rear bumper. Wheels are Salt
Flat Specials by American Racing and measure 17x8 inches on all
corners. 20-gallon fuel tank mounted in rear of chassis behind back
axle with filler neck under the wood bed. Access to the fuel tank
is realized via a power assist device that rotates one of the
wooden bed slats up and out of the way. Mated to this impressive
chassis is a 1953 Ford F100 Cab and fenders, chopped top and shaved
doors (with key fob activated door poppers), and an amazing paint
job in Ford Oxford White (code YZ). Tinted glass all around.
Front-tilt hood. Inside the sound-deadened and insulated cab is a
SoCal AOD floor shift and Dakota Digital dash setup. Power steering
via Ididit tilt column and Ford 2.5 turn lock-to-lock rack and
pinion. Power windows. Pioneer stereo with Clarion power amp behind
passenger seat. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home
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