1973 Ford F100 Custom Sleeper Cab Show Winner Modified 351
Cleveland Ford engine (400 c.i.) with headers, dual stainless steel
exhaust. Ford 3 speed C3 automatic transmission. Interior by M and
M Custom Upholstery. Many 'Best of Show' plaques and trophies
included with purchase. Custom oak woodwork on the rear will need
refinishing. We have not found any rust beyond a couple spots
(these are minor surface rust spots). Underneath, all metal is
solid and in most cases, painted. The doors fit and open/close
well. Air shocks in rear, New 800cca battery. New Summit Racing 750
4bbl carburetor, New Summit Racing HEI Distributor, new voltage
regulator, starter, fuel pump, lines and filter. Rear air shocks,
Power front disc brakes/rear drums, power steering, Fresh oil
change. Runs and drives stops and starts. 10,000 miles odometer.
Michigan Historic Plate. Many custom touches here. some weathering
on paint along with paint chips and scratches. No rust holes of any
kind observed. The truck is assessed as being a solid runner and
could be easily restored to pristine original condition, or
modified to your design. Please Note The Following **Vehicle
Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We
do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only
**Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT
1973 Ford F100
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