This 1973 Ford F-100 has a tall 4x4 stance, solid V8 power, and
intimidatingly dark paint that gives it an instant presence. And as
you look over the total package, you can see an investment in
detailed quality that makes this one extra stylish and absolutely
A fresh application of Raven Black makes this tall boy look sleek
and mean all in the first glance. The body lines up nicely, the
gaps are good, and the weather-stripping feels pliable. So there's
quality backing up the finish. There are also bright details like
fresh chrome bumpers, a sharp-looking grille, and halo-style clear
headlights. But more than just looking good, this is a true truck
with true ability. That's why you have new Pro Comp wheels on a
lifted 4x4 stance. And when it's time for the chores, you'll
appreciate the long bed with liner paint, a locking diamond plate
toolbox, an HD rear bumper, towing mirrors, and top running lights.
It all makes for the kind of style that proves the best classic
trucks have both style and substance.
Inside is a well-done set up in a sturdy black. There are good
fundamentals with recent investments in carpeting, door panels, and
a smooth dash pad. The seat is even now done in a comfortable
velour cloth. There are additional thoughtful touches, like LED
dome light, Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth, and a sliding rear
window. A driver's truck like this also gives you the right
upgrades, like a Grant GT steering wheel and auxiliary readouts for
the oil pressure and power. Plus, that large tach goes quite well
with the floor shifter.
A truck like this needs a powerful heart, and this one delivers.
The 390 cubic-inch is already a mighty motor, and it gets enhanced
even further by a Holley four-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock
intake. The V8 is a strong package that fires up readily and gives
a sweet tune to the dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. The
four-speed manual transmission gives you full control over the
motor, especially with the granny-style first gear that gives you
plenty of low-end torque. Plus, the two-speed 4x4 transfer case,
four-inch Rough Country lift, and Dick Cepek Trail Country EXP
tires mean the fun doesn't stop when the pavement ends. Of course,
for the days you just want to go to be the meanest thing rolling
through downtown, power steering and power brakes let this upgraded
truck feel good on the streets.
This is a clean truck that can go anywhere and do it all. So do you
really think something this appealing is going to be around
tomorrow? Call now!