This 1971 Ford F-100 is a short bed pickup with plenty of big block
power under the hood. So yes, it absolutely earns the dark
appearance that's pure intimidation.
The black paint looks good on this truck. After all, this full
package will show this Ford in a cool, dark way. This has a
tasteful finish that has a good gloss to highlight the straight
body panels. But there's nothing too fancy here that will make you
afraid to hit the streets. The same goes for the painted silver
grille and bumpers. They have a well-coordinated look without being
to flashy. This can still pull real pickup duty with a
ready-to-work bed and a proper trailer hitch. But that's not the
real fun here. Those polished 15-inch wheels have a classic Cragar
kind of style, and there's an intimidating forward-leaning stance.
So you really know this one is a muscle truck.
The full dark presentation continues inside. There are good
fundaments, like newer door panels and a working heat/defrost. And
there are even a few key upgrades, like the AM/FM/CD stereo. But
what will really strike you is how this was built to be a better
driver. That means modern high-back bucket seats and a grippy
sports steering wheel on an upgraded tilt column.
Under the hood is a Ford big block V8. In fact, this is believed to
be a 428 cubic-inch motor, which is a larger displacement than the
factory ever offered. Plus, it has been upgraded further with a
Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, MSD coil, and
headers feeding the dual exhaust. It's a big power package, but
it's easy to harness it all thanks to the three-speed automatic
transmission, power steering, and wide Cooper Cobra tires.
This Ford may be mean, but the price is nice. So don't miss this
big block classic pickup. Call now!