Here is a solid 1953 Ford F-100 Pickup in yellow, gray cloth
interior, riding on aluminum 15'' wheels. This pickup is solid and
could be left and enjoyed as-is, or you can take it to the next
level. The paint is driver quality, and the chrome, stainless steel
trim, and brightwork have some pitting on it. The floors and frame
rails are in great shape. As you sit inside, you'll notice a
comfortable bench seat, a dash that is in good condition and holds
its original look, including the 50th Anniversary Badge on the
steering wheel. There have been changes with gauges along the way,
but the parts are available to go back to original. Under the hood
is an 8BA 239 CID Flathead V8, paired with a 3-speed manual
transmission. This Ford F-100 comes with an extra NOS passenger
side window, NOS left and right vent windows, and many spare parts,
including new braided wiring. The undercarriage reflects the
significant preservation and care this car has received over the
years. Overall, if you are looking for a great cruiser that you can
take to shows and tinker with on the weekends, this 53 Ford F-100
is one you don't want to overlook. Give us a call at 763-999-1098
or email ''[email protected]'' to inquire about this 1953
F-100. WE ARE OPEN TO TRADES! FINANCING & WARRANTY IS AVAILABLE!
1953 Ford F100
Location:Ham Lake, Minnesota
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