This 1994 Ford F-150 XLT uses a nice two-tone style to be a
sharp-looking pickup. But that's really a stealthy disguise. That's
because this single cab/short bed now has been upgraded to big
block power. And you get to enjoy this muscle truck from the
comfort of an A/C interior.
We like this truck even before knowing about the power upgrade. The
two-tone Lapis Blue and Royal Blue is well done. There's a stylish
black and silver pinstripe to separate the colors, and they have a
hint of metallic to look good in the sun. It makes for a handsome
package that's nothing too fancy to make this truck look out of
place in your daily life. Bright chrome bumpers and polished
15-inch wheels go with the premium XLT trim style. But a proper
trailer hitch with wiring plug lets you know this one can still get
to work. The clear headlights and bright dual exhaust tips are the
only real indicators that this pickup was made to haul asphalt. And
so it's quite a stealthy power pickup.
The blue interior has a stock and handsome style. The bench seat
makes it easy to get comfortable with a comfy velour upholstery,
headrests, and a fold-down center console. There are plenty of
features you want, like a tilt steering column, driver's airbag,
cup holders, an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo, and cold-bowing air
conditioning. In fact, the only real indicator that this is more
than just a nice driver is the tall floor shifter.
Truck people will instantly know that the engine bay is holding
something special, and so you're going to love lifting the hood
wherever you park this one. Ford's 460 cubic-inch big block has a
terrific long-standing reputation for power. And this has the right
features, including an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Weiand
Stealth intake, and a dual exhaust with sweet-sounding Flowmasters.
You could still get a big block V8 in the F-series in 1994, but you
needed to upgrade to the heavier Super Duty chassis. So to have
this on an F-150 configuration with a short cab and short bed
really creates a true muscle truck. In fact, doesn't it just feel
like the original F-150 Lightnings should have been this all along?
The C6 three-speed automatic is the right pairing to give you a
stout but smooth transmission. Plus, there's power steering, power
brakes, and front discs to give this upgraded F-150 an all-around
solid feeling on the road.
Complete with owner's manual, it's amazing that a custom and
powerful pickup like this can also be so affordable. So you know
you need to hurry to catch this deal. Call today!!!
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