Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is excited to present for sale,
on consignment, this stunning 1971 Ford F100. Imagine the joy of
our resident Ford purists when this truck rolled in and it was
revealed when we popped the hood that it WASN'T a Chevy 350 in
there! In 2017 and just about 4500 miles ago, the 302 cubic inch V8
was rebuilt. The 4 speed manual transmission was in great working
order so there was no need to rebuild. The current owner has owned
this truck for the last 21 years and has put a lot of love and time
into it. The 2 tone beige and white exterior meshes well with the
black, brown and beige vinyl and cloth interior. The paint matched
wheels with Ford hubcaps and beauty rings accentuate the stance of
this truck and that bed mounted spare tire draws your eyes toward
the custom wood bed floor. Towards the back you will see the access
to the relocated gas tank. Hop in the bench seat and direct your
eyes towards the roof and instantly be reminded that you're proud
to be an American, appreciate the symphony between paint, rubber
and wood on the dash. Fire up that V8, grab the stick shift and the
custom wood steering wheel and hit the road in style. The only
thing this truck is missing is you! Call our sales staff today to
get all the details and let us help you get this truck into your
1971 Ford F100
Exterior Color:Beige and white top
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