Is it time to collect this 45k-mile 1994 Ford F-150 for its future
vintage status? Or do you just want to have the coolest daily
driver on the block? Then again, with this truck's reputation for
robustness, you can probably do both with this one.
Here's an interesting dilemma. We saw plenty of these F-150s on the
road twenty years ago. The styling really resonated with pickup
people as it mixed tough truck squareness and the rounded
aerodynamic touches. The problem is that today, there are not too
many of these icons around that haven't seen a hard life. These
F-150s were workhorses, so there are few that you can find are this
well respected. This one is special because it is believed to have
spent a quarter-century with its first owner, and it has only had
one other owner who has worked to maintain it correctly. And it's
even believed to be a local Nashville truck all its life thus far.
It's a premium XLT, and it shows it off well with a maroon and
silver two-tone. Plus, you have premium features like the optional
polished alloys and both a bedliner and color-matched top for the
long bed. Averaging about 1,700 miles annually means this has been
out on the road, but the real impression is that it looks like it
has spent the majority of its time tucked away in a garage.
The interior has a time capsule kind of style. The gray cloth bench
seat has a preserved look and a soft feel. It has a fold-down
armrest that offers space for storage and there's even power lumbar
support. Because this is a loaded XLT, it comes with just about
everything powered - power windows, power door locks, power brakes,
and power steering. The stereo is the stock AM/FM cassette model.
There are so many adapters out there for modern music players that
we think it would be a shame to spoil this unique atmosphere by
replacing this very original radio. Other original options include
a tilt steering column and factory air conditioning. Another great
thing about a modern classic is safety. This F-150 comes with a
driver's airbag and anti-lock brakes.
Under the hood is a blue oval legend: the 5.0-liter V8. When used
for F-150 duty, these maximized their robust reputation, and
factory fuel injection makes them easy every-day drivers. That
reputation endures on a well-kept two-owner pickup like this. In
fact, it continues to have a long-haul level of appeal with cruise
control, dual fuel tanks, and a four-speed automatic transmission
with highway-friendly overdrive.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and the original
warranty card. This is all about enjoying a well-preserved and
well-appointed truce classic. Call today!!!