You might have just thought this 1977 Ford F-100 Stepside was a cool paintjob on a value-priced truck. But that hood scoop tells you there's more going on here. This is actually a fresh build with a seriously powerful stroker V8 and the control of four-on-the-floor.
There's less than 2k miles on the build in total, and so you're going to enjoy it for more than just its big power. The copper paint has a presence in the sunlight with a luster that comes from a real investment. .....
Plenty of bright chrome up front, upgraded square headlight front end, and crisp body lines really draw attention to a quality total package. Plus, the lumber in the bed and on the tailgate give you the right classic pickup vibe. There are some nice performance style upgrades, like the hood scoop on display, Cobra badging on the sides, and 15-inch slotted mag wheels. But the best sporty piece has to be the extra curves you get on the stepside bed. It's a style we don't see too often on F-100s of this year, and so that just adds to this truck's distinction.
Open the doors to see more custom work. The copper returns on the metal pieces. It's joined by black on the door panels, carpeting, headliner, and dash that all have a deep and dark presentation that reminds you this is a fresh build. The seats match the black, and they are upgraded units that give you high-back bucket seats on both sides, and the choice of a fold-up middle jump seat or a cup holder console. You've got a wood and chrome sports steering wheel, and that give you a nice view of the AutoMeter Sport-Comp gauges. And the column-mounted tach goes particularly well with the Hurst shifter. So while there's an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input for your phone, we really know your favorite soundtrack begins in the engine bay.
When you open the hood, the level of detail should get you plenty of attention. The tidy setup looks fresh, there's sliver metallic on the clean inner fenders, and the Ford Racing polished air topper and matching valve covers look great. There are even cool details like how the brake booster and master cylinder are painted to match the distributor and wires. More than just look good, you'll love the big power of a 408 cubic-inch stroker motor. It has been enhanced with four-barrel carburetor, performance intake, and headers. You'll also spot the right supporting components, like the upgraded pulleys, steel braided lines, an Optima red top battery, and an aluminum radiator. It's an exceptional powerfully pickup that has earned its nickname: Lethal Weapon. And you get firm control over it all with a four-speed manual transmission. But while this is a brute of a package, it's also easy to enjoy. It feels solid out on the road from proper investments during restoration. And you have nice driving features like power steering, power brakes with front discs, and wide Cooper Cobra tires.
Complete with build receipts, custom sport trucks usually are not this affordable, and someone put the extra effort into this one. So you know how fast you have to be to grab this deal. Call today!!!