1964 Ford F-100 sold new in Arlington Washington on 1-29-64 to a
Mr. Brown. A wonderful west coast example of a classic ford truck
with good metal. Exterior is finished in baby blue exterior paint
sitting on white steelie wheels with OEM caps wrapped in geolander
rubber LT215/75R15. Rhino lined bed , white front bumper and silver
rear bumper. Interior is your basic for interior with a black
rubber floor and cab painted to match the exterior. The bench seat
is finished in a blue patterned vinyl. Color matched the three
spoke steering wheel in a light blue. Wipers work, fan works,
lights work as they should, gauges work as they should. Manual
locks and crank windows round out the interior. Engine is powered
by the 240 CI Inline 6 engine paired to a three speed manual
gearbox on the column. Truck feels good to drive and steers
straight and brakes well. Documentation includes the original
service policy form with the original owner's information on it
from the state of washington. Also the original owners manual.
Frankman Motor Company started in 1988 as a small family business
that has grown from an acreage with a converted 2 stall garage as
the office to the largest independent used car dealership in a 5
state area with almost 50,000 vehicles sold and over 50 employees.
1964 Ford F100
Location:Sioux Falls, South Dakota
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