This 1977 Ford F-150 Super Cab gives you practical space with a
rarely seen back seat. But really the custom paint, powerful V8,
and exceptionally affordable price are what already had you looking
for the number to call us.
The badging might say "Custom" but you already knew that from the moment you laid eyes on this F-150. It's a 1977 model, but it has been given the later square headlamps and custom clear indicators. The original red paint has been resprayed into a more modern matte finish. Now when the light hits the sheetmetal, you can really enjoy the creases that Ford made four decades ago and appreciate how straight how everything appears today. There's custom pinstriping on the hood, sides, rear, and tailgate to really amp up the distinction level on this already standout pickup. And like any good American classic, there's still room for bright chrome on the grille and bumpers. But also like any good pickup, there's plenty of functionality built into this custom. The Rhino Liner paint in the bed and trailer hitch in the rear step bumper are always great features, and we bet you noticed the extra windows in the cab.
A comfortable brown cloth and vinyl interior is always a nice greeting when you open the door. The side panels, carpeting, and dash pad all match the two rows of seating in a nicely executed package. Yes, two rows of seating. Rarely do you get to find a vintage truck that has the practicality of being able to carry the whole family. Plus, you get other great features like tinted windows, an upgraded three-spoke steering wheel, heat/defrost, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input to hook-up and/or charge your phone, iPod, etc.
The engine bay has a nice bit of flash from pieces like the valve covers and air cleaner, but this looker is also a worker. It's a rebuilt 351 cubic-inch V8 with all of its belts, wires, and hoses in such a tidy condition that you know this F-150 is as ready to work as you are. But good maintenance also means it's ready to play, too. The whole pickup has been expertly lowered so not to disturb the desirable twin I-beam front suspension and the dual exhaust has even been adapted to the lower setup. Plus, staggered 18/20-inch Boss wheels (front/rear) nicely add to this fun and aggressive attitude. Add in the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, upgraded front disc brakes w/drilled rotors, and the grip of modern performance tires, and this classic is a great anytime/anywhere driver.
Rare, interesting, and affordably practical - this is the perfect pickup for someone who wants a vehicle that makes the scene and can still do the heavy lifting. Since that's a lot of us, you might want to hurry up and call today!