Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta is proud to offer this 1972 Ford
F100 Pickup Truck. The fifth generation of the Ford F-Series were
produced from the 1967 to 1972. The "square body" Ford trucks have
rapidly become very popular in the car culture scene. There is
definitely more than meets the eye on this Patina Blue Oval
sleeper. For example, a very healthy, fire-breathing 5.0 Coyote V8
equipped with a P1-SC Pro-Charger sits under the hood and is said
to produce a whopping 594HP at the rear wheels! The 5.0 is fed by
an Aeromotive fuel system and all fits nicely between the fenders.
And to demonstrate it is all business lies a 6-Speed MT-82 manual
transmission to add to the experience. Let's not forget the
Electric Power Steering and 4-Wheel Disc Brakes to add precision to
the performance. And putting the massive power to the ground it
sits on 19" Mustang wheels. The F100 is planted on a chassis
borrowed from a later Ford Crown Vic. The interior is cozy with the
TMI Brown leather seats and stay comfortable with the Vintage Air/
Heat/ Defrost and tilt steering column with a custom wood steering
wheel. Dakota gauges keeps the performance in-check along with the
big AutoGuage tach. Imagine rolling up in a '72 F100 packing the
punch of a performance Mustang but with the coolness of a Patina'd
pickup truck! Inquire today.
1972 Ford F100
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