For sale in our Fort Lauderdale is an extra clean 1965 Ford F100. In October 1964, the 1965 F-Series was introduced with an all-new frame which underpinned the F-Series until 1979 (in contrast, the body remained largely unchanged); consequently, many parts from the 1965-1979 model years are interchangeable such as brakes and motor mounts. Under the hood of this F100 is a mean 352 V8 with a C6 automatic 3spd transmission. This truck had a complete restoration of the body and truck bed, and was cleaned up beautifully with new brakes, new bushings, new shocks, and a rebuilt original rear end. This engine was rebuilt to last and will stay nice and cool with its Champion Aluminum Radiator. You can get in and feel relaxed with new seats, new carpeting, and soft new headliner. Its long bed is carrying a fresh spray in bed-liner for excellent grip and storage. The custom American Racing wheels are the perfect touch contrasting the new bright white acrylic enamel paint, and black pin stripe. This truck is a must see! To see 100+ HD pictures and an HD video of this 1965 Ford F100, please visit http://gatewayclassiccars.com/fort-lauderdale/1965/ford/f100-S518.html. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view car in person, please call the Fort Lauderdale showroom at (954) 227-4202 or email us directly at fortlauderdale@GatewayClassicCars.com
Pick of the Day is a like-new Ford F100
Purchased from grandfather, vintage pickup finally is heading to a well-deserved retirement
Brothers like to build, and now there’s a dad-and-daughter project in the works, too
Hand-me-down from uncle to nephew is in original and running condition
The yellow-and-maroon paint scheme may not be to everyone’s liking, but the seller of the Pick of the Day, a 1956 Ford F-100, notes that the pickup is a “very original” fat-fender example
My oldest son, Rob, and I purchased an old farm truck that had almost as much rust as it did clean metal.
Let’s say you are buying your dream car, and you really can’t decide between the classic look of an old truck, or a modern muscle car.
So, what do you think is the fastest-growing segment of car collectors? European sports cars? Rare muscle cars? Classics?