1961 Ford F100 unibody pickup truck. These trucks are very rare, as
the unibody models were only made for 3 years: 1961 - 1963. This
truck has a full frame, like all of the Ford trucks do. The term
Unibody refers to the cab and bed of the truck, they are one piece.
There is no gap between the bed and cab, the bed is part of the
cab. This gives the truck a very sleek look, as you can see in the
pictures. I would call this truck a 1980's survivor: It had been
painted, and the engine was rebuilt back then. It has led a very
easy garage kept life for a pickup truck. It does have it's share
of minor dings, but the floor of the bed is SOLID, it is not all
banged or beat up. The sides, top rails and bottom are all there.
The whole truck is solid as well: the only notable rust spots are
at the front bottom/half way down the side of the bed where ALL
Unibody trucks rust. The 292 V8 starts right up with a few pumps on
the gas pedal and runs smoothly. This truck runs and drives nicely.
This truck was originally from Odessa Texas, and later in southern
Missouri where I purchased it 8 years ago. This truck has a clean
title Recent work includes: A complete rebuild of the original
CruseOmatic transmission. All new clutches, bands, seals ect. I
have also replaced the leaking original radiator with a brand new,
exact fit aluminum radiator with transmission cooler, and new
heater/radiator hoses. Additionally, I have installed a 120 amp
alternator with new battery & ground cables. I also built a custom
2 1/4' exhaust that exits in front of right rear tire from the
exhaust manifolds back I will also include the misc parts and
service manual I have purchases for this truck as well. Parts
(weather strip kit, inner door handles, ignition switch, tune up
parts, master cylinder and more). The included parts can be seen in
one of the pictures. Wether you are looking for a cool, older nice
weather driver, or a solid foundation for restomod/hotrod truck to
1961 Ford F100
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