Additional pictures are posted on I-95 Muscle's direct website.
Now THIS, my friends, is what a vintage truck is supposed to look
like. Formerly known by StreetTrucks Magazine as RedDawg, this 1956
Ford F100 boasts the perfect blend of retro, classic, and modern...
all coated in glossy red paint over perfect body work. This truck
took over 8 years to build with a cammed 302, vintage A/C, air
ride, tilt column, and a custom roll pan that flush mounts a set of
classic Impala tail lights. They kept the wood slat bed, door
handles, and general shape of the truck alone which seems to be
hard to find when shopping for a 50's truck. The ivory leather
interior coats the seat, doors, kick panels, and headliner with
embossed sections. An air bag suspension is a nice touch to lay it
low once parked and adjust the height whenever you want. It's a 3
speed automatic and the 302 under the hood came from Ford
Performance in 1999. The whole build has less than 15,000 miles on
it, but once you walk around it you'd guess less. It's changed
hands a few times between collectors and you could be next in line
if you act fast! Financing is easy and trades are welcome, so call
or click today!