We bet you stopped to look at this 1964 Ford F-100 because it has the vibe of something special. Maybe it's the hint of stance on those dark steel wheels or the bucket seat interior. There are little hints that this one is a bit different. And when you lift the hood to see the fuel-injected and turbocharged V8, you'll know exactly why.
We like the look of the burgundy paint. It has a good gloss to show off the clean lines of the well-kept body. So it cleanly showcases the designs .....
around the wheels and the artful line that wraps around the front between the hood and the grille. But the finish also has a patina kind of style that makes this look like a real work truck. And the liner paint in the bed certainly can get the job done. The price you're getting for a turbocharged classic Ford easily leaves room in your budget if you wanted to upgrade to a bright metallic custom with massive tubbed rear wheels and slammed to the ground. But we already like it as-is. It has a great sleeper feeling that's bordering on a butt-kicking shop truck. And those are always cool.
The interior continues the shop truck vibe. That means taking a classic truck down to bare metal and giving it the best pieces you can get your hands on at the time. You see this with the later model Chevy Silverado leather bucket seats, a tilt steering column, a sports steering wheel, and upgraded readouts with water temp and oil pressure. It is not about being fancy, but it is delivering a solid driver's atmosphere. Plus, there's a FiTech monitor that lets you know the best investments are ahead of you.
You'll love lifting the hood just to show off how different this pickup is. You have a hardy 302 cubic-inch base. It's built right with FiTech electronic fuel injection, an Edelbrock intake, ARP head studs, and headers. But what makes it extra special is the 76mm turbocharger. It turns a hardy and spools it up to be a rocket ship. And you get firm control over it all with the three-speed manual transmission and stout 9-inch rear. It's supported by the right pieces, like an aluminum radiator with electric fan and an Optima red top battery placed low in the center of the truck for ideal weight distribution. As you look underneath, you'll spot the upgraded independent end borrowed from a Ford Crown Vic. There's also rack & pinion steering, power brakes, front disc brakes, and a good tread on modern tires.
The sale comes complete with components like the front inner fenders, classic bench seat, and additional fuel pumps. This is the upgraded sleeper pickup that's cool, custom, and a ton of fun. So you know it won't stay long at this value price. Call today!!!