A powerful V8, bright paint, and true 4x4 prowess headline this
1979 Ford F-150. It makes for a great truck for work AND play.
This truck has the right attitude. The blue paint is a newer
application with a nice metallic that looks great in the sunshine.
It shows off the well-chiseled lines of this beefy pickup. The
bright chrome front bumper and new grille love to highlight the
special 1979 front end. There's even more shine coming off the new
ProComp wheels. But while this pickup is straight and clean, it's
not so fancy that it misses out on true truck usefulness. There's
the tall 4x4 stance, painted rear step bumper, and liner paint in
the bed. So this is ready for everything from off-road fun to the
The interior makes good investments in the right truck
fundamentals. That means fresh carpeting, good door panels, and a
new cover for the bench seat. The dash has a clean look, and it
keeps classic elements like the dealer air conditioning (you will
need components and servicing to return the function.) The factory
gauges look crisp and clear. And now it's easier to see them
because the upgraded chrome steering wheel is mounted on an updated
Under the hood is Ford's mighty 351 cubic-inch V8. It has the fresh
look of a solid investment. This includes performance upgrades like
a Brawler four-barrel carburetor and Weiand intake. It's supported
by the right pieces, too, like a serpentine belt system, Ford
Racing plug wires, and an aluminum radiator. It makes a nice rumble
out of the dual exhaust, and the V8 also delivers good power for
off-road work. Not only do you have a two-speed 4x4 transfer case,
but also upgraded Skyjacker Black Max shocks and brand new Nexen
Roadian A/T tires. Plus, power steering, power brakes, front discs,
and the stout C6 three-speed automatic transmission are fine
This is the sought-after '79 F-150 made even more desirable by good
looks and added ability. So if you want a sharp classic pickup that
still has prowess, call today!
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