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This 1973 F100 XLT has a lot going for it. Let's start with the
exterior. A beautiful metallic red flake paint job glistens like
the sweat rolling off the David Hasselhoff on the set of Baywatch
during a hot summer day. Okay, that was a little much, but lets
just say that this thing is shiny! Very few flaws to complain about
and the wheel and tire combo is just what it needed to give that
perfect look and stance. Zoomies exhaust tubes poke out either side
and are fully functional, but even better they sound great! The
engine combo in this is quite unique, it's a very sound 302 with a
T5 Manual transmission behind it giving you great drivability and
its very responsive. Now, lets move to the interior. The interior
is done quite well, and after driving it for only a couple minutes,
the purple grows on you. It does, I promise. So purple and black
alligator skin covers the entire interior. EVERYWHERE. But it is
much nicer than just an old out of date interior and therefore
we've grown to love it and you will too. New gauges throughout and
a custom stereo/ shifter console has been built and made to match.
Under the hood we have a nice small block ford that's been all
polished up and painted with another paint scheme to help it stand
out. You have to see this thing in person to truly appreciate it so
make some time to swing by and see this F100. Financing is
available and trades are welcome. See ya soon!
1973 Ford F100
Location:Hope Mills, North Carolina
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