I am only the 2nd owner of this Big Red Beauty, a 1984 F150 stepside having bought it used off a dealer lot in 1987 with 46,000 miles on it. It has been a good and faithful truck all these 29 years waiting patiently each month for me to get home from driving my big rig. As she aged I used to pat her on the hood and promise that someday I would have her restored back to her original beauty. So two years ago began a total on frame restoration. There wasn't much rust, having to replace only the floor pans and the hood. (I have included a few photos of the restore and one of the original paint when I bought the truck in 87 for your reference). As a trucker by trade you can see touches of big rigs in my trim such as the west coast and spot mirrors, hood ornament, low slung visor, CB and antenna, side LED marker lights, custom fit ratchet load lock and some modest chrome bling. This truck is set up to tow with a Reese hitch, oil and transmission coolers and heavy rear springs. There is a stock Jasper 302 (dropped in at 124,000, AOD transmission (rebuilt at 145,000), recently rebuilt Holley 2 barrel carb, dual exhaust with glass packs (new in 2012), new alum wheels/tires. New battery, starter, solenoid, new points, plugs, wires, distributor, all new belts/hoses, new steering shaft, shocks, tie rods, new front and rear brakes, calipers, rotors and drums turned, and I beam bushings replaced. The AC has been gone through and converted with a new condenser, evaporator, accumulator, orifice, hoses and fittings and blows good and cold. Custom blood red paint w/ LED trim and tail lights, Halogen retrofit headlights, new sliding rear window, billet grill, SS nerf bars, diamond plate bed, side rails, flaps and tailgate. The interior is in good condition with new dash/door panels, new carpet, headliner (molded w 4 speakers & CB) and Sony AM/FM/CD. The bench seat is original and was covered most of its life. I am retired now and having mobility issues so sadly it is time for me to sell this beauty that not only looks good, runs good and sounds good but is a lot of fun to drive.Time for someone else to enjoy all the attention that comes with owning it. I have $17,800 into the restore, and that's not not even counting any intrinsic value in just the old truck to start. I am open to a fair offer but not going to give it away either. P.S. The paint was mixed to match the standard red decal material available in any sign shop in case you want to trick a trailer, boat etc to match.