This 1985 Ford F-150 has an awesome stock style, right down to the
paint. But as you look at the total package, you really start to
see how the full appeal goes well beyond a low mileage survivor
The Light Desert Tan paint shows all the right signs of being the
factory application. And since this truck has only averaged about
1,700 miles annually, the finish shows far less signs of use than
you'd expect on a pickup. And while the sheetmetal has the straight
look of good respect, this one also has a few tricks to really
remain looking so good. The grille and front bumper have the shine
of newer pieces. There's the quality look of newer tires on the
stick wheels and hubcaps. And these investments aren't just about
style. That's why there's color-matched liner paint beneath the
folding tonneau cover.
The two-tone tan interior feels like a time machine. So if you
enjoy honest stock style, then you'll love details like the durable
rubber mat and textured inserts in the seats. And the dual-spoke
steering wheel has a great classic grip while also giving you a
clear view to the gauge package. Just like the exterior, the
interior just has a few well-placed upgrades. Lightly tinted
windows help keep the atmosphere cooler. And since this is great
for Sunday drives, you'll appreciate the upgraded music selection
of the AM/FM/CD stereo with USB and Bluetooth.
And speaking of preservation, you're going to love the engine bay.
The 4.9-liter (300ci) inline six is believed to be original to the
truck, and it certainly looks the part. This isn't a speed demon of
a powerplant, but it's also no slouch (remember, the Mustang of
this era is famous for its 302ci motor.) We have a large
maintenance file that shows a history of good care, and the way
this fires up and runs reaffirms this well-respected attitude. It
gives this pickup good torque to make it find to drive or even do
the chores. Plus, there's a three-speed automatic transmission,
power steering, power brakes, and front discs, so this classic
pickup is also a great anytime cruiser.
This appears to have been a Georgia truck all its life so far. The
sale even comes with good paperwork, like the original warranty
card, owner's manual, maintenance records, and title documentation.
So it's time to get your hands on a southern time capsule pickup
that has been done right to stay a fun cruiser. Call today!!!