In 1953 Ford redesigned the F-Series trucks with a more integrated look. They also renamed it with the F-1 becoming the F-100 and they upgraded the interiors with a dome light, a lighter, arm rests, sun visors and a radio. This particular example has 87,157 miles and retains its original driveline which consists of a 239ci Y-Block V8 and a 3-speed manual transmission with overdrive. It was repainted in a gorgeous 2 tone dark brown and orange about 10 years ago that stills show very well. At the same time that it was repainted the seats were upgraded to bucket seats from a 99 Blazer. The brackets for a bench seat are included should you want to return it back to its original bench seat. With the exception of the custom Keystone wheels wrapped in radial tires and its newer BT stereo, this truck is very original. We would classify this as a very solid #3 vehicle and would appraise it at $35,200 accordingly. We are serious about selling it and have priced it aggressively. If you like what you see we encourage you to reach out before it’s too late!