A value-priced 1964 Ford F-100 Stepside is already quite
intriguing. After all, there's nothing like a rolling
representation of an honest day's work. And with the nice
investments everywhere, from the clean engine bay to the glossy bed
lumber, this one looks like it's showing up for its first day of
work on the farm.
First off, we know there are plenty of you who see this and think
about a great base for a sleeper hot rod... and it absolutely is.
But the reason why that's not our first suggestion with this one is
because of its level of vintage details. The rounded fenders of the
stepside bed, Ford crest tail lights, and two-piece wheel covers
with color-matched steelies are all classic cool. And the black
slats holding down the wood in the bed make the blond lumber stand
out. The trim tag even tells us the Sandshell Beige paint is
factory-correct. It's a later respray where the quality gloss shows
off the good body lines without making this authentic truck look
too fancy. And there's something unique about how this color looks
against the lighter creamy white used for the bumpers and
The interior continues the clean and honest style-the exterior
beige returns on the dash, doors, and all interior metal. There's
even a touch of white on the gauge panel to mimic the exterior
color theme. It's a true classic, but it also likes to remain a
true cruiser. So you have well-placed updates like the functional
oil pressure readout under the dash, seat belts, and a newer seat
cover with a cool Ford power gear logo embossed in the middle. And
everything from the complete rugged rubber floor cover to the clean
door jams continues the feeling like this one is showing up to the
farm and ready to start wearing in its fresh and robust style.
Under the hood is more honesty with the right investments. So you
get Ford's hardy 223 inline-six, and it's even an era-correct
block. This has a reputation for being as robust as an anvil, and
that only gets better on an example that you can see has benefited
from a solid investment. So it's the ideal powerhouse to keep you
in contact with the classic driver feeling. So you still control
the motor with a classic column-shifted three-speed manual
transmission. But updates like power brakes, a newer exhaust, and
more modern touring tires give this a pleasant cruiser feeling.
A classic attitude has been thoughtfully nurtured to make for a
stepside that's pure rolling nostalgia. Call now!
1964 Ford F100
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Sandshell Beige
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