For Sale: 1967 Ford F100 in Lithia Springs, Georgia

Vehicle Description

What a nice old Ford pickup... oh, wait, check out the slammed stance. Those slick, oversized wheels. The sound of the 429 Cobra Jet's exhaust and the blinding shine from that top-dollar paint job. No, this isn't just some old pickup, this is a nasty, diabolical, open-checkbook restored, 1967 Ford F-100 Restomod with equal parts luxury and horsepower, making for the ideal iron fist inside a silk glove.

Before we get to all that big power, let's take a minute to admire how good this truck looks. It was finished recently (the entire frame-off build has only 2310 miles on the clock and was completed in late 2021) and the show-worthy, magazine centerfold paint is holding up beautifully. Obviously, that comes from excellent prep and care, and the detail work shown on this laser-straight truck suggests that it was a very expensive build. Extensive custom bodywork hasn't completely transformed this Ford truck - the builders were keen to keep the original curves, lines, and spirit of the 1st year Bumpside design - but they definitely improved the overall look of the underrated stepside bodystyle by enhancing the truck's aggressive attributes. Where the original stepside was lacking is exactly where the pro's did most of their work by chopping down and widening the bed by 5.25-inches, fabricating muscular rear fenders to account for larger tires that track even with the front, and reworking the tailgate and roll pan for a one-of-a-kind posterior. Additional tricks include a color-matched grille that features Raptor-style 'FORD' block letters inside - powder-coated black to match the front bumper, LED headlights, blacked-out wipers, side-mirrors, and window gaskets, and a set of flush-mounted door handles at the flanks. The inside of the bed was completely redone too, with smoothed inner walls, a relocated gas tank accessed via a billet cap, minimalistic inner fenders, and slick wood held together with blacked-out rub strips. After the bed was augmented, the builders capped the rails, added a set of vertical LED taillights, a frenched license plate holder, and cut-outs for the custom exhaust tips. All the work was done to an extremely high standard, essentially the best money can buy, and the results speak for themselves. Panel fit is excellent, the doors open and close easily, and that big hood snugs down neatly against the fenders. And the Carbonized Gray Metallic finish is simply excellent, nary an imperfection to report, which is exactly why this truck graced the pages of Street Truck Magazine. My goodness is this a beautiful ride.

The leather-lined interior is very comfortable and beautifully built as well, matching the theme and quality of the trick exterior. Those are high-end TMI buckets wrapped in handsome black leather, accented with intricate stitching and fitted neatly in the Ford's reasonably spacious cab. A custom center console was created to sit between them, and it includes extra storage, an array of auxiliary switches, USB ports, a B&M ratchet shifter that looks like it was manufactured specifically for this build, and a Boss touchscreen multi-media system that powers the speaker system stashed throughout the cab. The original dash was painted to match the exterior, topped with a custom leather-and-suede pad, and then filled with a full set of white-faced, digital/analog gauges that keep a close eye on the monster under the hood. An oversized Budnik steering wheel looks like it was stolen from the Batmobile and dropped on a matching tilt column, the painted metal door panels were fitted with bright hardware and leather armrests, and plush black carpets on the floors insulate the cab from the outside world. Options include a full Vintage Air A/C unit that was so cleverly installed you could almost miss it, a back-up camera inside the AM/FM/CD/AUX/SAT/BT head unit, and upgraded seatbelts that round-out the like-new cab.

The reason this beautiful truck is so good at going fast is the 429 Cobra Jet V8 under the hood. Built to eat asphalt with the quickness, the engine was bored .060 over and with a stroker kit, upgraded rockers, high-flow heads, and a healthy camshaft inside. Beautifully detailed, it might make you forget that it's a massive horsepower factory, with huge horsepower quickly accessed via a QuickFuel 4-barrel, an electric Holley fuel pump, high-performance fuel lines, proper tuning, and lots of performance bolt-on goodies. All that high-end equipment results in instant pop whenever needed, along with supreme reliability, which means this is the ultimate restomod - a classic truck with modern performance. A giant Cold Case aluminum radiator with custom-built fans and mounts keeps it cool, an Edelbrock RPM intake and open-element air cleaner help it breathe, and all the accessories are new to the build. The engine bay is beautifully presented with a smoothed firewall and inner fenders painted to match the exterior, and the block itself is neatly dressed with custom 429 valve covers. A Monster C6 3-speed racing automatic transmission can easily withstand the engine's massive torque curve, and there's a heavy-duty 9-inch rear end out back. If you've noticed that killer stance you've probably guessed it's all new too, with a Mustang II-style set-up in the front, adjustable coilovers at each corner, and a custom 4-link out back to put it all down. A custom Borla Attak X-pipe exhaust gives it a ferocious bark (especially when the electric cut-outs engage) on the street, and the drive is awesome every time out thanks to Wilwood power 4-wheel discs and power steering. 20-inch Rocket wheels finish off this killer restomod, wrapped with grippy 285/35/20 front and 315/35/20 rear Nittos that stick to the ground.

Blank-check frame off restored and insanely fast, this amazing truck does everything well. Love the look, but enjoy the performance even more. Call today!

Vehicle Details

  • 1967 Ford F100
  • Listing ID: CC-1678796
  • Price: $124,995
  • Location:Lithia Springs, Georgia
  • Year:1967
  • Make:Ford
  • Model:F100
  • Exterior Color:Carbonized Gray Metallic
  • Interior Color:Black
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Odometer:2310
  • Stock Number:7110-ATL
  • VIN:F10ACB07118
Listed By:
Streetside Classics - Atlanta
213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA 30122

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