1955 F-100. Recently completed (Apr - Oct 2016) full frame off restoration. On a 56 frame titled as a 56, clean clear Nevada title in hand. Purchased as an empty shell in the desert of Pahrump, NV. The first order of business was to strip the truck down to the frame. Un-necessary mounts and components were removed in order to install a new Speedway Mustang II Independent front suspension with tubular control arms, drop spindles and 11" disc brakes up front. In the rear, a TCI lowering leaf spring kit with hangers and new shock mount was installed to give the Ford 8.8 Rear axle a place to rest and put the 3.55 gears and rear disc brakes to work. With the suspension upgrades handled, the stock cross members were welded to the frame to add additional stiffness, prior to the entire chassis and suspension being painted in gloss black chassis paint. From there, all new hard and soft brake lines were installed and plumbed to a Speedway rear proportioning valve, and dual diaphragm, firewall mounted power brake booster. Steering is handled by a Thunderbird power rack and pinion unit. The engine is a 351w, that has been bored .030 over to a 357, with D00E heads, that were cleaned, machined and decked, with hardened valve seats. Lubrication is delivered via a Melling oil pump. Fluid and pressure containment is handled courtesy Fel Pro Gaskets Throughout. An Edelbrock Performer Intake Manifold with 600 CFM carb deliver air and fuel. The new Ford Blue painted engine then was fitted with a new all aluminum water pump, aluminum ball milled valve covers and air cleaner, Billet HEI Distributor, Accel plug wires, and Motorcraft spark plugs. Motor also includes all billet aluminum brackets, chrome 100amp alternator, Polished stainless Saginaw style power steering pump, and Polished billet pulley set. All Wiring has been wrapped in woven flex loom to keep things clean, a polished aluminum radiator with shroud & polished overflow can, and electric fan keep things cool, and a polished stainless steel firewall keep things shining. Tucked neatly around the polished stainless headers, Polished stainless DD Joints and rod connect the steering rack and steering column. Backing the motor is a rebuilt Ford C-4 Trans with a Lokar 23” Floor mounted Shifter, new torque converter and Ford mini starter, along with a custom built / balanced driveshaft from Dan’s Driveline in Vegas. Once the body was prepped and painted in Electric Blue Pearl, all new front bumper, polished parking lights, grille V8 logo, hood emblems, side mirrors, door handles, locks, roll pan mounted taillights, polished tailgate hinges, and a hidden tailgate latch setup were installed. A full stainless bolt kit for body / interior was also installed The entire truck was fitted with an American Autowire Classic Update Kit, and also includes connections for additional accessories if desired. Fuse panel mounted in stock location. The truck has a very mild list of body modifications in order to keep the appeal that you just can’t find anywhere but a classic truck. The cab cowl seams, and front hood badge were shaved. Smooth sidesteps and a full depth roll pan smooth out the rear of the truck. The entire body is all steel. The cowl vent remains and is fully operable. Polished stainless gas filler neck and cap in the stock location. The truck bed is finished in beautiful red oak, with polished stainless steel strips. The insides of the bed were sprayed with color matched bedliner material. The interior had unused dash holes shaved, all knobs have been replaced with billet aluminum. A polished aluminum gauge cluster with white face gauges from southern rods was installed to keep tabs on the vital signs of the truck. Steering is handled by a billet aluminum and Alderwood steering wheel with Ford logo horn button and a polished 30” column with a 6” polished aluminum drop. The cab was then fitted with all new glass and weather-stripping. An ABS Headliner was installed, along with new visors and mirror. New door panels, along with door / window handles and armrests. A completely rebuilt bench seat from 1964 Ford Falcon with angle folding seatback was installed on top of a custom made Ford logo seat bracket with adjustable sliders. Music comes from a pioneer head unit mounted in the glove box, with (2) 6.5” 2 way speakers in the kick panels. Stereo includes Bluetooth (with hands free mic), aux, usb, cd, and remote control. 1955 Ford F-100, on a 56 frame, titled as 56. Clean and clear NV title in hand. Truck is running and driving, needs to have an alignment Recent job loss forces quick sale. Truck currently has 75 miles, this may change if I take it for a cruise or 2. Includes instructions / manufacturer warranty info on all the parts, along with full photo documentation of the build. Message for link to video of the truck running, and link to build photos. SOLD AS IS, NO WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. BUYER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SHIPPING. TITLE WILL BE MAILED WHEN FUNDS CLEAR THE BANK.