For sale in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom is probably the nicest 1969 Ford F250 you have ever laid eyes on. When we say no expense was spared on this build we mean it. Back in 1969, this F250 was built for the working man. A Big Block Ford V8, a manual transmission with a stump pulling low range first gear, and a utilitarian interior without much other than a bench to sit on. Oh how far this truck has come since then. With the goal in mind to build the ultimate Ford Truck for the sophisticated Texan cowboy, the work was begun. To get paint looking this great, over $25,000 of paint and body work was done to the truck. Naturally, this was a full frame off job, and some of the work included putting a new bed, tailgate, hood, all fenders, front and rear bumpers, and grill on the truck. The whole body has been two-stage blocked and sanded to ensure that this army green paint is laser straight. The engine bay was even treated to a fantastic paint job, and accents the freshly built 390 CID V8 perfectly. Inside the treats continue, with a full custom interior made of incredibly soft leather. To add to the serious western vibe of the truck, there is even a cowhide headliner. There is a full custom sound system with custom kick panel speakers, a hidden subwoofer under the center seat, and a Bluetooth ready Retro Auto Sounds head unit. Naturally, this Texas Truck has cold air conditioning as well, while the extra long throw 4 speed manual reminds you that this fresh build is once heck of a classic truck. We could spend all day going through the 1.5” binder of receipts, but suffice to say that everything on this truck is either brand new or refurbished, and the build has gone well into the six figure range. It is hard to put into words the quality, fit, and finish on this truck, but we can say it will stand up to heavy scrutiny. To view this vehicle in greater detail including HD pictures and videos, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information on this 1969 Ford F250, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-310-9400.