* I have other Broncos available in different colors, options, and price ranges. Contact me for more info 470-729-2853 or firstname.lastname@example.org *$90,000+ invested in this one off custom build. It was a complete frame off restoration. No expenses spared. Too much to list. Need to make room for another Bronco build. Make a reasonable offer!Brand new 5.0 liter fuel injected V8Automatic 5 speed transmissionPower steeringPower disc brakes + boosterMatte grey paint job ($10,000)James Duff 4 link suspensionQA1 adjustable coilovers17” wheels + BF Goodrich tires23 Fallon fuel tank MSD 6al box MSD distributor + coilMarch performance serpentine belt system8 point full family roll cageVintage Air custom air conditioningLED headlightsPower door locksTouch screen nav Backup cameraPower retractable side stepsRhino lined tub + dynomatFold and tumble rear seatRhino lined removable hard topCustom 2-toned upholstered seatsCustom Bluetooth stereo + 4 speakersCustom front bumper w LED fog lightsCustom rear bumper w tire swingCustom long tube headersCustom icon front grille Custom icon rear tailgate insertCustom interior panels Custom headliner Custom steering wheelAnd more...Haggerty named the Ford Bronco as the #1 appreciating classic car on the market. Bloomberg says “Buy a Bronco before they hit $100,000”. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bloomberg.com/amp/news/articles/2017-01-25/vintage-ford-broncos-are-more-expensive-than-everhttps://journal.classiccars.com/2017/06/09/ford-bronco-ascends-top-spot-classic-car-valuation-gains/https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2018/02/16/booming-broncos* I have other Broncos available in different colors, options, and price ranges. Contact me for more info 470-729-2853 or email@example.com *
* I have other Broncos available in different colors, options, and price ranges. Contact me for more info 470-729-2853 or firstname.lastname@example.org *1977 Restored Ford Bronco w 5.0L 302 fuel injected (FiTech) V8 with automatic transmission. '77 was the last and best year for the Bronco with all the upgrades and kinks worked out. This Bronco is rust free inside and out, has a super clean engine bay, body, and under carraige. Has power steering, power disc brakes, new Vintage Air AC system, bluetooth stereo system, new chrome front bumper, custom rear bumper w LED fog lights and tire carrier, new LED headlights, 5 brand new 17" matte black wheels on 5 BF Goodrich K02 All Terrain Tires, new white upholstery w high-back seats with headrests, new matching fold and tumble rear seat, new wooden steering wheel, locking center console w matching upholstered cushion, full carpet, 3 point shoulder belts, 4 point roll bar, Red Top Optima battery, and lots of other new parts. Comes with a removable hard top that has been restored. The paint is driver's quality (not show quality) with a few minor chips but overall in very good condition. Non smoker.This Bronco steers straight, goes 75mph on the freeway with one hand on the wheel, and stops like a modern day car. It has never once left me stranded. I would not hesitate to take it on a road trip. I've owned several broncos and some are better off for short trips to get ice cream. You could daily drive this one with confidence.Wife says it needs to go, or I need to go! : ) I have too many cars, not enough space, and more projects on the horizon that she doesn't know about lol. I have a clean title in hand with no liens. Can send more pictures or a video upon request.* I have other Broncos available in different colors, options, and price ranges. Contact me for more info 470-729-2853 or email@example.com *
REDUCED PRICE FOR QUICK SALE* I have other Broncos available in different colors, options, and price ranges. Contact me for more info 470-729-2853 or firstname.lastname@example.org *1975 Ford Bronco- Metallic Orange (stripped to bare metal + professionally painted)- Rebuilt 302 V8 with 3,100 miles- Rebuilt automatic C4 transmission- New Holly Carburetor + electric choke- New power steering- New power front disc brakes- New 17” Fuel Hostage wheels 17x9 (set of 5)- 33x12.5x17 Nitto Ridge Grappler tires (set of 5)- New custom upholstered full back front seats- New custom upholstered fold + tumble rear bench- New 2.5" TBP suspension system- New dual exhaust system- New wooden steering wheel- New chrome LED headlights- New 3 point shoulder belts in front- New lap belts in rear- New carpet + sound dampening insulation- New safari soft top- New 8-point family roll cage (full protection)- New off-road rear bumper + tire carrier- New interior door + rear quarter panels- New lockable center console + matching upholstered arm rest- New Kicker speakers in rear- Sony Bluetooth stereo system + remote- Includes newer removable hard top- Detailed undercarriage This Bronco is rust free, steers in a straight line, and stops like a modern day car. Rebuilt engine and transmission has approx 3,000 miles and comes with lots of upgrades. Price has been reduced for a quick sale to make room for incoming projects. Not pictured is a newer removable hard top in great condition. I can help arrange shipping anywhere in the US. Thanks! : )* I have other Broncos available in different colors, options, and price ranges. Contact me for more info 470-729-2853 or email@example.com *
* See pics for my other restored Broncos. Contact 470-729-2853 firstname.lastname@example.org *This Bronco has had a previous frame off restoration. Just spent over $10k on engine / suspension / drive train and finishing up a brand new interior with a lot of new parts. Paint job is driver's quality and has a few spots around the body that will be addressed. Upgraded steering and brakes ensure this truck steers with no death wobble and stops like a modern day car. Most Broncos have very poor steering and braking, this one has been upgraded and fine tuned and ready to drive! The Bronco has original uncut fenders intact and comes with the original Ford Motor Company sales brochure from 1976! *COMES WITH HEATED SEATS*Original uncut fenders5.0L 302V8 Rebuilt <9,000 miles agoAutomatic transmission rebuiltDana 44 front / Ford 9" rearNew power steering box New front power disc brakes + cross drilled rotors + master cylinder + boosterNew 2.5" suspension lift w new coils, bushings, leaf springs and Bilstein shocksNew 15" vintage style wheels + new 32"x11.5"x15" BF Goodrich Ko2 All Terrain tiresNew 23 gallon gas tankNew Rear DriveshaftNew Custom Upholstered Front Seats - *HEATED SEATS*New Custom Upholstered Fold + Tumble rear SeatsNew Locking Center Console + matching upholstered arm restNew upholstered door panels + door hardwareNew upholstered rear quarter panelsNew Carpet Kit + sound dampening layer + bedliner tub insulationNew LED headlightsNew Wooden Steering WheelNew Speedometer Instrument ClusterNew Chrome Front + Rear BumpersNew Full Family Roll CageNew 3 point shoulder belts front + rearNew Pioneer Bluetooth StereoNew Kicker 2-way SpeakersNew 12" Rockville SubwooferNew Full Zip Soft TopNew Tail lightsNew Exterior chrome hardwareThis Bronco has clean title in hand with no liens and can help arrange shipping. Serious buyers can Call / text / email with any questions 470-729-2853 or email@example.comThanks and god bless!See pics for my other restored Broncos. Contact 470-729-2853 firstname.lastname@example.org
Black exterior, Black interior. 383ci V8 engine, automatic transmissison, Power steering, Power brakes, Vinyl top. This El Camino is very clean inside and out. The exterior black paint has a nice shine and shows very well with the black vinyl top. Inside, the interior door panels, bench seat, dash, and steering wheel all are in great condition. The 383ci V8 engine makes good power with an aluminum intake and headers while still having perfect street manners. The automatic transmission shifts smooth with no slipping or jerking. The bed and bed floor are very nice and has been taken care of. Underneath this truck is solid and shows no signs of rust or rot in the frame or floor pans. Some features include; power brakes, power steering, air conditioning, AM/FM radio, rally wheels, front disc brakes, Goodyear tires, and much more. If you are looking for a daily driver or weekend show car, this El Camino has it all. It is priced to sell and will not last long! Come out to see it in person today!
Those with a limited budget should consider purchasing a project vehicle as an option to entering into classic car ownership.
Blue/White exterior, Blue/Saddle interior. 396ci V8 engine, automatic overdrive transmission. Power disc brakes, Power steering, Power Seats, Air Conditioning. This C10 has received a 100% nut and bolt, frame off restoration with absolutely zero corners cut. This is a well documented build with stacks of receipts and pictures to show the money and time spent. The big block engine was stripped down and rebuilt with new pistons, rings, bearings, gaskets, and more. The 700R4 overdrive automatic transmission was built by Monster Transmissions and shifts great and makes driving this truck a pleasure. After the frame was stripped to bare metal and painted, all new shocks, lowering springs, suspension bushings, steering components, swap bars, and everything else was either replaced with new or restored. Aftermarket POL Performance front and rear disc brakes and power master cylinder has been added to help slow this truck down. An Old Air Products air conditioning and heat unit keeps this C10 comfortable to drive no matter the weather. Every piece of weather stripping and rubber has been replaced with new. 20 Eagle Alloy wheels and Goodyear tires keep this Chevy rolling down the road. The exterior blue paint is a show quality paint job that really makes this truck stand out from others. Inside, the interior is 100% custom with power seats, tilt steering column, one off center console, and much more. Pictures do not do this truck justice. Come out today to see this C10 in person!
I need the cash. Gotta sell. My loss is your gain.For sale is my 1987 (not 1992 as Autotrader didn't have that option)M998 HMMVV (aka hummer, Humvee, beast) straight from Fort Kickass!Ready for summer fun (all seasons actually).The mileage is just over 22,350.Here are the specifications:*2 cigarette lighter plugs*Custom paint*Light bar extension*New front and rear bumpers*ARB seats*Upgraded LED running lights (have old bulbs too)*Very strong 6.5L Diesel Engine (with recent service!)*New 4 speed Automatic Transmission (most on the sites still have the old 3 speed).You can actually drive more than 75mph!*4x4*7,700 lb. GVWR,*4 lockable Doors*Removable Hard Top*Removable slant back*Partition (for truck mode)*Like new 37x13.5R20 Tires and custom wheels*Very street legal! There is no EUC/HHA required with this item. Unit comes with On-Road GA title!I am asking $45k or best offer. Make me an offer! Open to trades. NO SCAMMERS (do scammers even read that?)thanks for looking! Shoot me an email if you are interested.
A 1977 E150, with power to pass"Good: Windsor 351, 350/75 HP, 400 or so ft.lb.Jasper short track long block, torque cam, good rods, bolts, upgrade bearings, balanced, line bored, the good stuff. Touched up heads, Edelbrock, Holley. Headers, custom exhaust system. Good radio. Good shocks, big bar out back. Gages and pricey seat. Two tanks, a strong cage for safety, holders for two motor cycles. 1976 three speed, 3:72, in a 9 inch rear end. Strong clutch. Very good head lights. Frame mount trailer hitch, and a remote mount oil filter, EXTENSIVE spares. 40 years old, so there is no restriction as to what you do with it, modification wise, no emissions requirement, etc.. Special engine has 40K on it.It can be very graceful through corners due to chassis tweeks and low ctr. of gravity. the box is all air after all, no furry walls or chase lounges, the truck frame is just above the axle line and the engine's center of gravity is 5-6 inches back from the six it replaced. It has a nice set of Hancooks on it. Had to take off the race tyres for legal reasons. The vehicle drives sweet.I just don't use it enough, I crew on race cars and go to the track in their truck. And my town car is barely a car. ) Bad:Needs some TLC. The body is rough, some rust, dents and leaks. Nothing structural. And nothing that can't be put right in short order.
DODGE 1953 5-WINDOW 'B SERIES' 'PILOT HOUSE' 1/2 TON PICKUP. that is a very rare as the last year production of this series pickup now presented in restored condition, split glass windshield, just beautiful updated red, the original color being called ‘Dodge Truck Red’, this is all steel, lots of documents in the build, has a built 6 cylinder flathead engine, Carter carb that is hard to find, the operating linkage finished at Fraser Dante, rated at 95 horsepower, the truck is just tuned with fresh ignition, really beautiful Americana design, this was initially done in Florida by a serious car guy who did as a family project, great effort on his part to do this best, there is a very large file of the full build by this personal collector, since he really got a bit older, the family sent this to Fraser Dante to do the final finish, see the gorgeous and rare cypress wood handmade bed, custom wood side bed rails, the rare 16” Dodge wheels took the gentleman 4 years to find and then restore, now in body color with stainless trim rings and Dodge center caps, Firestone 6.50x16 wide whitewalls, there is an enormous file of his documented work, then after that effort on this a work of art, Fraser Dante is doing the linkage, checking brakes, road testing for this unique piece, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
Just a neat old pickup? Guess again! Someone pulled out all the stops on this 1952 Ford F-1, giving it a traditional look with plenty of vintage horsepower compliments of a Chevy small block, slick-shifting automatic transmission, and a great 1950s look. If you appreciate performance hidden inside an old-school truck, this Ford is for you! At first glance, this handsome pickup has just the right vintage look to be charming. You dont expect it to be fast, not with looks like that, but it will bring a smile to everyones face when they see it ambling down the road. The freshened Ford face would become one of the most popular vehicles in history, and despite thousands of dollars worth of work, this one retains its commercial good looks with modest trim and gorgeous bright blue paint. Its quite straight, suggesting that this one was tasked with light-duty work all its life, and when it was freshened someone took their time to get it right, because this sucker is awfully nice. The fat fenders look awesome crouching over the modern rolling stock, the original hood and doors fit quite nicely, and the bed has been filled with wood planks that lend it a rustic feel. Theres a custom rear roll pan with four taillights out back, so its easy to spot on the roll, but the rest is quite traditional. Theres not much inside that hasnt been seriously reworked. The bucket seats look right at home and come from a late-model F150 so theyre comfortable and easy to adjust. The dash is original, but the gauges inside are modern Faria units that were neatly integrated into the design. A tilt column features an American Racing wheel with a fat rim and the floor-mounted shifter is linked to a TH350 3-speed automatic, so this little pickup is quite easy to drive. All the wiring is new, and aftermarket turn signals were added, since in 1952 they were still not standard equipment on pickup trucks. A Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo provides entertainment, although you may not need it with the way this one dances on the road. Its got a nice look, dont you think? The engine is a 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 tucked down low in the engine bay so it almost looks authentic. The result it a torque factory that moves this pickup like a modern muscle car. Its a nice touch to see that it was painted the same corporate turquoise as the original flathead V8, although the Edelbrock intake manifold, 4-barrel carburetor, and chrome air cleaner suggest theres a bit more horsepower on tap. Service access is quite good and the simple hardware makes this truck bulletproof out on the road. The chassis incorporates a Mustang II front suspension, rack-and-pinion steering, 4-wheel disc brakes, and a lowered suspension that rides surprisingly well. The exhaust system is just about right, with a burbling exhaust note complements of a set of glasspack-style mufflers. Familiar Torque Thrust wheels look exactly right and theyre wrapped in staggered 15-inch radials to give it a bit of a rake. Nicely built but fully sorted, this is the kind of truck thats welcome just about everywhere it goes. With only about 5000 miles on the build, its ready to cruise right now. Call today!
If you grew up during the 70s, youll be relieved to know that Chevy trucks are finally getting their due for something that weve always known: theyre just flat-out cool. Basic and rugged, sure, but also handsome in a leathery, hardened kind of way that is all business. Dressing them up with beautiful paint and a potent V8 sure helps, and in the case of this short bed/regular cab 1977 Chevrolet Scottsdale 4x4, it shows that theres just no way to build an unattractive one. They ALWAYS look good. At first glance, this might just look like another nicely preserved Chevy C/K-series pickup. But get a little closer and youll discover that the bright finish is quite nicely done with a deep shine that looks great on this vintage pickup. And if youre going to look that closely, you need to nail down the bodywork, so this one is arrow-straight and doesnt look like its ever had to work for a living. It was resprayed about five years ago, so there are signs of use and age, but you wont be unhappy with this one in your garage. It also comes from down south, so rust is a non-issue here, and even the bed, which is protected with a spray-in bedliner and a flush-mounted tonneau cover and bed rails. After all, it IS a pickup truck, right? A bit of stainless dress-up, chrome bumpers, and big mirrors all give it a flashy look without diluting its heavy-duty attitude. A red interior works well with the red paint, and the cloth bench seat is a throwback to the era when this truck was brand new. The upholstery is a bit faded but remains in good order and pretty accurately replicates when you might have received when you ordered a new upscale Scottsdale back in the 70s. The instrument panel is fitted with a comprehensive array of factory gauges that are a little faded but still keep an eye on the upgraded engine up front. Matching red door panels are in fantastic shape, and simple rubber mats mean you dont have to worry if youre a little dirty when you climb aboard. The most notable upgrade is an AM/FM/CD radio that powers upgraded speakers, and the factory A/C is fully operational. This truck was originally powered by a 305 cubic inch V8, but not too long ago, someone decided to drop in a thumping 350 cubic inch GM crate motor. Topped by a 4-barrel carburetor, its a torquey, eager partner whether youre on-road or off. It looks mostly stock and keeps a low profile when youre just driving around and it runs superbly, as youd expect. Theres a giant radiator up front to keep the small block from getting cranky and factory exhaust manifolds feed a pair of glasspack-style mufflers that give it a burly soundtrack to match its look. The chassis is pretty original so its a bit crusty, but you can easily see that this truck lived someplace warm its entire life. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission feeds the original transfer case and axles, and the manual locking hubs mean someone was serious about off-road traction. Factory Rally wheels look great and help offset the weight of those big 31x10.50- radials. So for you fans of big, burly 70s pickups, this one offers great looks, strong V8 power, and a dash of practicality, too. Call now!
So it turns out that trucks make pretty cool rods, as this 1955 Chevy 3100 so ably demonstrates. All the usual tricks work here, and what you get when youre done is a stylish, fun, and surprisingly practical hauler that will attract attention wherever it goes. First of all, the two-tone copper over white paint is an eyeball magnet, offering a traditional look with a few tweaks to give it a custom look. Its still got plenty of authenticity, dont worry about losing the trucks personality, but the shaved hood ornament and custom pinstriping on the already clean lines of the all-new 3100 really work well. The bodywork, which was already dramatic right out of the box, looks great wearing that soft white paint, which is a little creamy, not a hard, bright white, just as it might have been back in the day. A lot of the original trim is intact, and the grille, bumpers, and hooded headlights are in pretty good shape, highlighting whats arguably the first high-fashion pickup truck; you can see the ties to the passenger car line everywhere you look and thats purely intentional. The bed is still functional, too, with wood planks that are in just the right condition that you wont worry about throwing some tools back there and getting a job done somewhere. After all, isnt that why you own a pickup truck? The interior has been given a full makeover as well, and the working-class accommodations have been replaced by first-class white and copper vinyl. The late-model bench seat looks like a natural fit in the 3100s cab and has been covered with a period-looking pleated upholstery with copper piping, so it all works well together. A custom center console offers a pair of cup holders and holds the Lokar shifter for the TH350 3-speed automatic transmission underneath. Black carpets are the right choice in a truck and keep it from being too soft, and the matching door panels have been as nicely finished as the seat. The stock gauges are still monitoring the engine, along with a white-faced temperature gauge built into the center stack. There is no radio, but its ready for the entertainment system of your choice, and sometimes starting from scratch is easier than fixing someone elses mess. Finishing it off is a late-model tilt steering column with a rather weathered steering wheel that doesnt quite look right, so thats another place where you could add some value and style without spending much cash. Just as in 1955, theres a small block Chevy 350 V8 under the hood delivering the power. Its functional and pretty stock, save for the Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and intake manifold, so theres smooth power available and it never gets fussy. Some smart upgrades make it reliable and comfortable, including an alternator, power steering, and a modern dual reservoir power brake master cylinder. A big radiator up front keeps things cool. An independent front suspension gives the 3100 improved ride and handling without hurting its ability to work as a truck and it channels power back to a 10-bolt rear end with highway-friendly gears inside. Long-tube headers and a dual exhaust system dumps out just ahead of the rear wheels and sounds fantastic. Color-matched truck Rally wheels are a nice touch and theyre wrapped in big 265/70/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials that really fill the fenders nicely. A very cool truck with a lot of performance and charisma for not a lot of cash. Call now!
El Caminos, love em or hate em, are a unique piece of the American landscape. With decades of tradition behind it, this 1986 Chevrolet El Camino represents the end of the line for the Elky (the last one would roll off the assembly line in 1987), and presents in remarkably well-preserved condition. If youve been looking for one that hasnt been worked to death or modified beyond recognition, this might be your last chance. El Caminos were trucks, and most of them were used like trucks and left for dead when they gave up. Fortunately, this nicely preserved 55,681-mile example has most likely been a cherished toy for most of its life, and thanks to life down south where the roads are warm and dry, it doesnt suffer from the dreaded tin worm, either. The original white paint is simple, clean, and actually quite handsome, and the blue pinstripe gives it a sporty edge. Fit and finish are about average for a GM product of this era, but since its original 30-year-old paint, were still pretty impressed. There are a few touch-ups, but nothing major and original paint means no scary surprises waiting underneath. Talking about preservation, just take a look at the bed, which looks like it hasnt carried anything more substantial than a few sacks of groceries and still wears its original white paint. Nice, right? The interior is a nice combination of practical and stylish, a result of the El Camino sharing a lot of DNA with the Monte Carlo. Like the exterior, its mostly original with few signs of wear and no notable damage to the seating surfaces beyond some minor stretching. The matching door panels are equally sharp, with no UV damage or cracking like you so often see on cars from the 80s, and the dash pad appears to be brand new. The El Camino was a bit sporty inside, too, with round gauge faces (although most are idiot lights), and this one is also loaded with options like A/C, a tilt wheel, power locks, and an AM/FM stereo radio. Aftermarket floor mats and a carpeted dash pad help keep it looking its best and from behind the wheel, its easy to forget youre driving a vehicle with a pickup bed out back. Too cool! With just 55,681 original miles, the original 4.3 liter V6 still has a lot of life left in it. Essentially of a familiar 350 cubic inch V8, the big V6 is smooth and torquey, a great companion in the El Camino and as a relative of the small block Chevy, you know itll run this well practically forever. As you might expect, the engine bay is super-sanitary, with all the factory equipment fully intact and 100% functional, including the fuel injection system that fires it almost instantly. Theres no rust, no questionable upgrades, yet plenty of evidence of expert maintenance, including a fresh tune-up, belts, and hoses. Its backed by a 3-speed automatic transmission spinning a standard 10-bolt rear end, and if youre looking around underneath, youll note this truck is really clean. Handsome painted Rally wheels finish the sporty look with recent whitewall radials. So El Camino fans rejoice, this clean late-model has been preserved for your enjoyment and is ready to go today. Call now!
Trucks with hot-rod sensibilities are always popular, and someone has done some wonderful things with this 1966 Chevrolet C10. From the cool old-school hot rod shop look, to the perfect stance and the attractive, feature-laden interior, this truck not only looks cool but drives like it should. The mid-60s were a good time to be building trucks, with high style making them much more than basic tools. The stylized and folded lines of this C10 are shown to great effect thanks to a simple white paint job that was very nicely done a few years ago. As a result, neat details, particularly the crease the runs around the center of the cab, are highlighted in a bold way. Service stations in the 60s had trucks like this out front all the time, and if you were a regular at the tracks, trucks with an emblem on the door were a great way to show off your racing teams colors. Add in the forward cant of the fenders that give it a feeling of motion, and you have a truck that looks great no matter what you do to it. There are a few areas that have been touched up and definitely some signs of use, but they seem to add to the trucks authenticity because nobodys shop truck was expected to be perfect. The bed has a welcoming look that isnt quite patina but isnt over-done, and the spray-in bedliner on the sides means its still durable enough to do some work. The interior also got a thorough once-over, including a modern cloth bench seat from a late-model pickup. The attractive cloth upholstery in two shades of tan is surprisingly sophisticated and the workmanship is OEM so you know itll hold up over the long haul. Slightly darker tan carpets on the floor add some contrast and help control noise and heat and custom checkerboard door panels tie it all together with a 60s performance vibe. The factory gauges are still in place and if I had to guess, Id sat that light blue steering wheel is also very intentional, reminiscent of the Gulf Sports colors used at Le Mans. A Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo with a touch screen provides entertainment and its quiet enough inside to actually enjoy it. They went the extra mile to make sure everything was professionally finished, so its an easy place to spend your spare time and other vintage truck owners will admire your good taste. The powertrain is simple, proven, and powerful, with a throttle-body injected 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 at its core. The engine is stock and the grunge almost makes it look like it was born there, but there are some new parts. Service access is quite good, and with a new alternator and power master cylinder, its ready to drive. Fuel injection means its ready to go any time and starting is always drama-free, and you probably wont be disappointed by the smooth idle, hot or cold. A 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission diverts the torque to a heavy-duty rear end thats likely the trucks original setup and the dual exhaust system is tucked in beside it. Color-matched Rally wheels look right and reinforce the vintage vibe with a set of spinners and fat 235/70/15 white-letter radials. A very slick old pickup that has the moves of a much younger, lighter machine. Easy to drive and low-maintenance, its the kind of hobby vehicle we all wish we could own. Call today!
No, your eyes arent deceiving you, this is a lowered and chopped 1967 GMC pickup. Beautifully built and dressed in flame red paint, its anything but subtle. If youre the sort who likes to stand out in a crowd, this truck will definitely do it, but its also comfortable to drive and ready to do some work with a fully functional late-model bed out back. They took about three inches out of the roof of this GMC and boy does it make a difference! It goes from pedestrian and familiar to sleek and muscular. Part of that is due to the late-model stepside bed out back, which fits so well that its shocking that the bed is two decades newer than the rest of the truck. But beyond that, the workmanship is very nicely done, with a seamless chop that still fits together like it should. No wonky window frames, no crooked glass, no ill-fitting weather seals; its almost as if the factory designed it that way. The beautiful red paint is a big help in the eye appeal department and the quality of the work speaks for itself, because it really is as nice as it looks in photos. Sure, there might be one or two minor signs of age and use, but for the most part, this sucker looks ready to stop shows all over the country. The interior is fresh and thoroughly modern, including a pair of black leather buckets from a late-model that look like they belong here. Black carpets, bright red dash, and a new dash pad dress it up and a period steering wheel seems like the right choice. The gauges are beautiful originals that include a factory tach, all set into a black camera case instrument panel thats straight out of the 1960s. Entertainment comes courtesy of a modern AM/FM/CD stereo system set into the original slot in the dash, and remarkably enough it fits like it was made for the truck (are you sensing a theme here?). Reproduction door panels help with the seamless blending of original and custom pieces and youll quickly discover that even with the chopped top, theres plenty of room to get comfortable behind the wheel. Performance is not a problem thanks to a strong-running 307 cubic inch V8 under the hood. Its nicely detailed with matching red inner fenders, firewall, and radiator cradle, so the engine itself stands out. Other dress-up parts include the finned air cleaner, Edelbrock valve covers, and a polished fan shroud to really make things bright. There was an effort to keep the wiring and plumbing neat and even the heater box was painted to match the bodywork. Thanks to a professional build, it starts easily, idles well, and pulls the relatively lightweight truck around with performance that rivals a muscle car. Thanks to a frame-off build, the chassis is very well detailed, with satin black components, a fresh dual exhaust system fed by long-tube headers, and a lowered suspension that handles well on the street. A TH350 3-speed manual transmission powers a heavy-duty 12-bolt rear end that includes custom traction bars to help it hook up. Other goodies include a new gas tank, monoleaf springs in back, and those flashy Torque Thrust wheels that are just the right choice on a truck like this. Its a little radical, but sometimes a little radical is what you need. Beautifully and professionally built, this is a truck that you can drive every day or win trophies on weekends. Call today!
On the surface, building a truck as amazing as this 1949 Ford F-1 pickup may seem easy, but when you look at the details that make it so seamless, you realize that a lot of talent and a big pile of money were required. You could probably build one like this yourself, but since it would take years and cost a big pile of cash, why not just take this one home instead? Bright red paint is a great look on a vintage pickup truck and while it was done a few years ago, it still looks great thanks to the many virtues of two-stage urethane. The shiny surface also highlights the rather extensive body modifications that include a nosed and decked hood with a custom vent, smooth fenders, shaved bumpers, and a rear roll pan that works with the deleted tailgate to make it look slick. Other details like the chrome grille and door handles were kept in place both for style and functionality purposes and the big FORD block letters on the nose will let everyone know what it is. The running boards were painted to match the bodywork and the bed is beautifully finished with an oak floor and stainless rub strips. There are also 39 Ford teardrop taillights, accessory step plates, and all new weather seals throughout. A full luxury interior was stuffed inside the pickups cab, including a nicely upholstered tan bench seat thats stylish yet appropriate. Matching cloth and vinyl door panels made it easy to get everything to work together and putting plush carpets on the floor helps to control noise and heat. The original dash remains, augmented by a custom insert full of VDO gauges while the rest of the dash was smoothed just the way the bodywork was. A GM tilt steering column and Grant GT steering wheel with a wood rim make it easy to get comfortable and the Lokar shifter is a vintage-looking piece that works rather well here. Its minimalist, but it does it with style. A lot of credit for the performance feel has to go to the 302 cubic inch crate motor under the hood, whose effortless power makes this truck a true pleasure to drive. It has less than 5000 miles on it and doesnt deviate much from stock so reliability is excellent. With about 250 horsepower on tap, it feels like it could pull all day without breaking a sweat, and with Ford Blue paint, a chrome air cleaner, and Ford ignition system, it almost looks OEM in this vintage truck. Underneath, the chassis offers a modern front clip including and independent suspension, power steering, and disc brakes, as well as a great-sounding exhaust system with tips that exit right under the rear roll pan. An automatic transmission and a Chevy 10-bolt rear end with relatively tall gears make it a fantastic highway cruiser and the lowered stance is just about right. Flashy 17-inch wheels wheels and 235/65/17 radials certainly help with the high performance look. This is the kind of truck that few guys get to own, but everyone wishes they could. Well, nows your chance, so call today!
Rarely do vehicles we sell come out so lopsided in favor of the buyer, but the truth is, you couldnt duplicate this 1983 Chevy pickup with a budget three times bigger than the asking price. Cool two-tone paint, a custom interior, and plenty of V8 power mean that this truck still has what it takes to get noticed on Saturday night. You can count me as one of those folks who like the look of the short bed on a regular cab pickup because the proportions are almost ideal. Of course, this truck is done hauling stuff, but with the slammed stance and two-tone paint job, it looks about a mile long and thanks to a sizeable pile of cash going into the paint a few years ago, it looks fantastic. Super straight bodywork is completely stock save for the rear roll pan but it sure looks trick. Once everything was blocked and straight, it received a few coats of copper and black urethane, a blue pinstripe between them, and enough clear to make it all shine. In the following years, it was driven, shown, and enjoyed, but even so it looks quite good out in the sun. A blacked-out grille gives the front end a sleek look and the bed is protected with a spray-in bedliner, so it still works as a truck. Looks cool and practical? Win! You know that a truck this dramatic on the outside needs to be special inside, and it doesnt disappoint. A custom black seat cover on the bench seat looks up-to-date and features Chevy Bowtie emblems to tie it together. Its comfortable enough to live in all day and looks great with only minor signs of use. The original dash is full of original instruments and theyre joined by a tach on top of the dash and the usual trio of auxiliary dials underneath. Very cool custom door panesl blend in with the rest of the interior and youll note that this truck carries options like power windows and a tilt steering column, meaning that its very user-friendly today. Theres a modern AM/FM/CD head unit in the dash, which delivers sound to a bevy of speakers throughout the truck. It also has a sliding rear window, which is great for ventilation and tinted glass helps with temperatures and the cool factor. Following the sizzling paint and eyeball-popping interior, the 350 cubic inch V8 under the hood seems rather ordinary. However, you shouldnt underestimate it, as it carries an Edelbrock Air Gap intake and Holley carburetor, World Products cylinder heads, MSD ignition, long-tube headers, and a little bit of chrome. For a truck like this, its important for it to have the power to back up the look. Even so, it starts easily, idles well, and moves the slammed pickup with ease, all with a great V8 soundtrack from the twin pipes exiting together under the tailgate. A TH350 3-speed automatic transmission powers the original rear end, and the incredible in-the-weeds stance looks cool without an abusive ride. Its quite clean underneath, the Flowmaster mufflers sound great, and 15-inch Vision Legend wheels carry staggered 255/60/15 front and 275/60/15 rear performance radials. This is a whole heck of a lot of custom truck for the price of a 5-year-old Hyundai. If its attention you crave, this truck will deliver in a very big way. Call today!
The Big Three all introduced new pickup trucks in 1948, but historians generally acknowledge that the Dodge B-series was the most advanced of them all. While Ford and Chevy tried to put new details in old trucks, Dodge went all-out and designed a completely new vehicle with several notable improvements to design, safety, and carrying capacity. The result is that trucks like this 1950 Dodge B100 drive like much more modern pieces, and when theyre as nicely restored as this one is, theyre unusual and admired additions to any collection. The single most noteworthy design feature of the new Dodge trucks was the fender line that sweeps all the way into the door panel. Not only was this the first foray into the completely integrated designs that would come in the 1950s, but it instantly made the Ford and Chevy trucks look dated. Dodge designers referred to it as the Pilothouse safety cab. Refinished in bright red with a black bed, this handsome half-ton shows just the right amount of gloss, perfectly appropriate to a working vehicle. Nicely assembled, the door gaps are good, the fenders line up well, and that unique side-opening hood sits just right. Theres not a lot of chrome, and the grille has been painted in white as was the fashion of the day, giving the truck an honest, blue-collar look thats extremely appealing. Bumpers are basic black, the bed features beautiful fresh planks and drop-in stake sides, and its still running a single taillight, just like 1950. The interior is spartan, yes, but still stylish in a hard-working way. The bench seat features new black vinyl as original, and the rubber floor mat meant that you could hose the interior out after a long day working out in the field. Dual pods create a symmetrical dashboard design, with only a speedometer and fuel gauge on the drivers side, with controls for the wipers, lights, and ignition in the center. Presumably, the passenger-side pod could hold an AM radio, although as a work vehicle, such equipment would be quite rare. All the gauges are fully operational and it isnt difficult to feel at home behind that big steering wheel. Flip up the side-opening hood and discover Dodges rugged 218 cubic inch inline-six engine, which was a mainstay of Chrysler products for many years. Virtually indestructible, these flathead engines made good torque and ran forever with only basic maintenance. Thanks to a freshly rebuilt carburetor, this one runs smoothly and moves the half-ton pickup very well on city streets, and will cruise happily at 50 MPH all day. Its not detailed for show but its tidy, and from behind the wheel it delivers the true early truck experience. It also features heavy duty oil and air filters and a big radiator that will keep this hard working engine cool no matter what the conditions. Its backed by a 4-speed manual transmission with an ultra-low first gear for slow-speed work, but in most cases you wont need it. The front axles and wheels of all models eight inches further back than the former trucks and moved the engine slightly forward, resulting in shifting more of the payload to the front axle and allowing greater payload ratings without adding heavier rear axle springs. As a result, the Dodge rides and handles extremely well and feels much more car-like than its contemporaries. A set of blackwall radials on the original steel wheels certainly help ride and handling, yet look authentic under the fenders. If youve been looking for a vintage truck to cruise around in, and are tired of all the Fords and Chevys you see these days, perhaps a B-series Dodge is what youve been looking for. Give us a call today!
If youve been paying attention, youll notice that were not the only ones selling Land Cruisers like crazy. Trucks like this 1972 Toyota FJ40 are some of the hottest things on four wheels right now and if this one looks affordable, thats only for the moment. With the right look, the right colors, and the gear, its still a lot of fun off road, but it can also be a wise investment. Apparently the best shape for a 4x4 is a two-box design with sharp corners, and Toyota has been doing it successfully for decades. Youll note that this one wears gorgeous bright red paint for a high-impact look and the flat bodywork is remarkably free of damage. Clearly this one hasnt been crawling through the jungles of Burma, but rather lived an easy life on pavement somewhere in the warm southern US. Typical Toyota build quality means these trucks are virtually indestructible, but just for good measure someone spent quite a bit of time and effort, not to mention money, getting it back into shape. Theres an appropriate shine thats not so glaringly perfect that it looks domesticated, and the simple bumpers, distinctive white-framed grille, and rubber fender flares all reinforce the ready-for-anything vibe. The winch on the front suggests that this truck is up for anything and its hard to beat the look of something that treasures function over form like this FJ. The interior of this FJ has been upgraded as needed to make it functional without losing its character. Aftermarket front buckets are a lot more supportive than the original flat chairs, and that makes a big difference when youre crawling through the mud. Sure, everything is pretty basic inside, but the FJ does it with style, offering a bright red dashboard with black pads, an easy-to-reach shifter, and zero-maintenance floors. The rear bench is newer and theres plenty of room for four inside, plus their gear in the cargo bay. The cleverly designed dash allows easy construction of both right-hand and left-hand drive trucks, with the white instrument panel holding a speedometer and auxiliary gauges that are easy to read. Controls are easy to decipher and everything works as youd expect from a Toyota. The full cage is reassuring when youre in the rough and it comes with a full set of weather equipment, including doors and top. The 3.8-liter inline-six has served on at least six continents over the past 50 years and remains one of the most reliable and sturdy machines yet conceived by man. Its also pleasingly torquey and smooth, so you wont regret sitting behind the wheel for a few hours. The point of the FJ isnt all-out speed, so its fairly stock under the hood, with an aftermarket air cleaner, a giant aluminum radiator, and brightly colored plug wires, but nothing that will interfere with its reputation. Youll note theres a modern dual reservoir master cylinder, which powers a set of front disc brakes, a worthwhile safety upgrade. A 3-speed manual transmission, 2-speed transfer case, and heavy-duty axles provide the go-anywhere part of the FJs resume, and the suspension, while capable, is still civilized enough to use every day on your commute. Theres a recent exhaust that has the right sound and its fitted with big 33x12.50-15 off-road radials on shiny chrome wheels. Make no mistake, FJs are more than just Japanese Jeeps, and the market is speaking. Will this be the one you finally take home for yourself? Call today!
Someone forgot to remind this 1994 GMC C1500 that its a late-model truck. Somewhere along the way, it received a cool nose job designed to look like an Advance Design truck from the 40s. Theres still V8 power and all the amenities, but this is no longer just a utilitarian hauler. Finished in icy two-tone blue paint, this truck would ordinarily keep a low profile. However, that all changed with the addition of that custom fiberglass nose and a set of flames on the hood and fenders, all of which transform this former work truck into something special. Workmanship is quite good, with a decent shine to the finish and nice attention to detail that includes the 50s Chevrolet emblem on the tailgate (with the proper V8 V) and a custom rear roll pan. The grille is a convincing replica of a 1948 3100, now painted gloss black and the hood is a neat piece that ties it all together. Theres a spray-in bed liner so it can still work like a truck, although it doesnt look like it really ever had to. With just a bit of rake, this slick pickup will make you forget about your chores and instead encourages you to head out and have some fun. The interior is very much standard GM pickup, but its not like thats a bad thing. With handsome two-tone fabric on factory bucket seats, it is comfortable and aside from a split on the drivers seat, its in good shape. Original carpets and door panels look good, theres a custom wood console between the seats, and its loaded with options: A/C, power windows and locks, a tilt steering column, and an updated AM/FM/CD stereo system that sounds great. A full set of factory gauges are surrounded by a billet panel that gives them an entirely new look, as does the A/C panel. Tinted windows give it a sinister look and help keep it cool, although the A/C has been converted to R134a and remains extremely effective. Its still as comfortable as it ever was. The original engine measures 350 cubic inches and remains quite stock, keeping an OEM look and feel without going crazy with the shiny stuff. Factory fuel injection means it starts easily and runs great, and you already know these are bulletproof reliable. The engine bay is extremely clean, suggesting a careful owner in a warm climate, and details like the aluminum tanks and braided hose covers add a little interest. The 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission is a great complement to the torquey V8 engine, keeping it in the sweet spot and with a recent rebuilt and a shift kit, it wont complain about the torque. The original rear end is tough enough to have some fun but has highway-friendly gears, so this remains an easy truck to drive every day. The suspension has been lowered just a little bit to give it some attitude, and the exhaust system is a great-sounding Flowmaster with twin outlets under the rear roll pan. Torque Thrust-style wheels add a vintage performance look and carry 215/70/15 front and 275/60/17 blackwall radials that fill the trucks big wheel arches perfectly. A very neat truck with a vintage look, all the amenities, and bulletproof reliability. Yeah, itll still haul, so put it to work every day and see how everyone else reacts. Call today!
Who doesnt like a Chevy Task Force era truck? Theyve got a ton of personality, theyre super popular at car shows, and they look like theyre raring to go even when theyre parked. This pretty 1956 Chevrolet 3100 has all of the charm and style with plenty of power and some nice upgrades...sounds good to us! The handsome burgundy paint comes from a late-model color chart and you have to admit it looks great here. The paint job was done a few years ago and its holding up great with a nice gloss that seems about right for a pickup, not perfect but it shines up nicely. The 3100 was all-new in 1955, ostensibly to showcase the new small block V8, so they didnt mess with a good thing in 56, and that was the right choice. Youll note the grille has been chrome plated in a nod to tradition, and the rest of the trim is in excellent shape, although the hood has been cleaned up a bit. Gaps are good all around and the stepside bed wears a set of chrome bed rails that give it a dressed-up look. Out back youll find a smooth tailgate, custom LED taillights, and a trick roll pan with exhaust pipe cutouts. The front bumper is similar to those found on passenger cars to further tie the two together in consumers minds. The bed is beautifully finished oak and it looks great, with a vintage look that has character. Inside youll sit on a late-model front seat setup that includes power buckets and a functional center console. The dash was painted to match the exterior, as were the doors and the rest of the interior, although the handsome gray inserts on the doors soften things up a bit. Theres matching gray carpet on the floor and a late-model steering wheel on the original column to help you get comfortable, A/C has been neatly installed under the dash, it still uses stock gauges in a beautiful chevron-shaped pod (again, a nod to the passenger car line), and it has power windows, too! An AM/FM/cassette head unit has been installed in the center of the dash although that is probably due for an upgrade as well. And with that giant rear window, it sure is bright and airy inside! Pop the hood and check out the smooth 283 cubic inch small block V8 inside. Its pretty mild but offers useful power that allows you to still use this truck as a truck. It also looks pretty much the way youd expect when you open the hood of a truck like this: freshened but not radical. You could get a small block motor in 1956, but it certainly didnt run or look this good. Theres an Edelbrock carburetor up top, a set of finned valve covers, and a chrome alternator makes plenty of electricity. Original rams horn exhaust manifolds feed a dual exhaust system with performance mufflers, so it sounds racy enough, but the front suspension remains a solid axle on leaf springs so it doesnt lose its vintage truck feel. Power routes back through a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and on to the original rear end. 15-inch aluminum wheels hold a set of 225/75/15 General tires, so its got a sturdy look thats ready to work or play. If youre looking for a truck that shouldnt be missed, pick up the phone and give us a call today!
Its official, 1980s El Caminos are worthy of collector status. This 1985 Chevrolet El Camino was deemed worthy enough to have a fairly comprehensive makeover, it remains one of the nicest truck/cars weve seen in a long time. It remains affordable, but the look screams expensive! Thanks to handsome two-tone paint, this El Camino looks like you spent a fortune on the upgrade. Blue and silver are a classic combination that works particularly well on the Elkys bodywork, enhancing the length of the body and highlighting the cars unique features. Lots of time clearly went into the paint job, with bodywork thats shiny and free of ripples, and getting anything built in the mid-80s to fit together this well takes dedication and patience. Thanks to modern urethane paint and an orange pinstripe separating the colors, it looks like a million bucks and aside from some cracking on the tailgate, it remains quite nice overall. Theres also a cowl induction hood and a rear roll pan to give it a bit for a custom look, and combined with the stance, it has a pro-touring look. Most of the chrome and stainless trim remains in place, although its been de-badged, and the band of bright trim surrounding the bed remains in excellent condition. And speaking of the bed, it has a spray-in bedliner so you can still put this one to work on weekends if thats your intention. The mostly original interior is in good shape, and it includes a luxurious-looking bench seat and custom billet steering wheel. The SS instrument panel should look familiar to anyone who drove a rear-wheel-drive GM product in the 80s, but its in remarkably good condition following the build, with a seamless dash pad and clear markings on the gauges. Blue carpets and matching door panels with neatly done speaker enclosures add to the OEM feeling inside, and youll note that this El Camino is heavily optioned with power windows and locks, A/C, cruise control, and a tilt steering column. The original radio was yanked in favor of a modern AM/FM/CD head unit in the dash and a set of subwoofers behind the seat. Youll be pleasantly surprised by how much room there is inside and how bright and airy it feels, despite the close-coupled body and big bed out back. This is a car that you could easily drive cross-country without feeling like it beat you up. The engine is a 305 cubic inch Chevy V8 topped by an Edelbrock intake manifold and 4-barrel carburetor and augmented with dual exhaust. Most of the engine bay looks fairly stock, but theres a bit more power on tap today than back in 1985. An open-element air cleaner and finned valve covers add some interest to the all-business engine bay, which uses mostly OEM components for reliability and easy service. A 3-speed automatic overdrive transmission means this El Camino is an easy highway cruiser, and it spins the original rear end, which has highway-friendly gears inside. A custom exhaust system splits into two pipes for a great sound, and that awesome stance comes from a set of 2-inch drop spindles up front. Flashy Boyd Coddington wheels wear 245/45/17 front and 275/40/17 rear performance radials. Someone invested quite a bit of time and effort to get this El Camino looking this good, and the results are certainly worth the asking price. El Caminos remain popular year after year and this one is proof that you dont need to spend a fortune to have a cool car. Call today!
This 1987 Chevrolet K20 pickup is just a nice 4x4 pickup. Nothing radical, just a super clean long bed truck, a smart-running small block V8, and a sharp Midnight Blue paint job that sticks to the factory recipe. This is simply a lot of truck for the money. You already know we love these trucks around our showroom and we probably sell more of them than just about anyone else. So it makes sense that when a nice one shows up, everyone kind of takes notice. This pretty Midnight Blue K20 has that rugged, square-jawed look that makes these trucks the latest and greatest collector-value haulers and the finish is really quite good. Its not so nice that youll be afraid to put it to work, but when you get home and hose it off itll look good enough to go out to dinner that night. Its not flashy, but if a pickup can be elegant, this truck nails it. Nice chrome bumpers, a heavy-duty rear bumper, and oversized mirrors make it practical as well as attractive and you can tell just by looking in the bed that this truck has probably never had to very work for a living. Theres a spray-in bedliner just in case and a fifth-wheel ball is a nice option if you have some heavy hauling to do (the K20 is a -ton so it can handle it). The matching blue interior is typical GM no-nonsense, with a wide bench seat, a handsome wrap-around dash, and plenty of creature comforts. There are recent carpets on the floor and a new seat cover in a sturdy OEM-grade vinyl, and it appears that the door panels are nicely preserved originals and the dash is in great shape with no cracks caused by UV damage. The gauges are also original and monitor all the engines vitals, all surrounded by a nice-looking crinkle-finish panel. Features include cold A/C, power steering, power brakes, and an upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo system and all of it is in working order. Heavy-duty floor mats are a welcome site if you plan on heading into the dirt. The transmission shifter is on the column, but as usual, the 4x4 system is actuated by the floor-mounted transfer case shifter, which also works like it should, giving you a lot of versatility. For power, this Chevy relies on a tried-and-true 350 cubic inch V8 with throttle body fuel injection. Its fairly stock, so reliability is not compromised and it still starts, idles, and drives pretty much like the factory intended. The engine bay is incredibly clean, suggesting that this truck has never really ventured too far off road, and there are signs of recent maintenance to the A/C system. The transmission is an indestructible TH400 3-speed automatic that never seems to mind doing the heavy lifting, and the two-speed transfer case and heavy-duty axles make it invincible in the slippery stuff. Underneath theres exactly zero evidence of rot and as a lifetime Georgia truck, its probably never seen anything worse than a rain storm. A new exhaust system gives it the right sound and there are signs of recent work on the brakes. And given all the lifted trucks with oversized wheels, we have to say we like the simple white steelies and hubcaps on this big K20, which carry 285/75/16 off-road radials. Nothing radical here, just a nicely finished truck with great maintenance and no stories. If your tastes run more towards stock than modified, then this Chevy deserves a closer look. Call today!
Why spend $50k or $60k on a new truck when awesome pickups like this 1977 Ford F-100 are still around and insanely affordable? Not quite a full-fledged collectable quite yet, it nonetheless remains a rugged, handsome truck in great colors that can still earn its keep around the homestead. While the other guys drive around in cookie-cutter pickups, you could have something interesting for a fraction of the price. Almost everything looks better with two-tone paint, including working-class hardware like this Ranger. Its obviously had a good life, and as a lifelong southern truck, it shows no signs of rust or abuse underneath. The white-over-blue paint is newer than the truck, of course, and looks spectacular with a great gloss and no signs of botched bodywork underneath. Code S Midnight Blue Metallic is the trucks original color, so you dont have to worry about mismatched door jambs and underhood areas, because its all equally well done. Its also not afraid to wear a lot of bright chrome trim, including the beefy bumpers, egg crate grille, and side trim that fits neatly into the groove running the length of the body. And we love the cab lights and bed-mounted spare for an industrial look. The 8-foot bed will carry a lot more than youd expect, and with a recent spray-in bedliner, its ready to work or play. If you do take to driving this Ford every day, the interior is a great place to do it. Freshly upholstered with a black seat cover that looks right in the vintage F-100, plus a heavy black rubber floor mat for low maintenance, it is ready to go immediately. Fords familiar square gauges show crisp, bright markings, although theyre only watching the basics of speed, temperature, and fuel level, which is why there are auxiliary dials tucked under the dash. A custom overhead switch panel on the headliner includes controls for the power windows and other controls, and a modern Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo powers speakers built into the headliner itself. The three-spoke steering wheel feels suitably beefy for a big truck like this, and despite its blue collar origins, this is not a bad place to spend some time thanks to all the new components. The fresh and torquey 351 cubic inch V8 topped by an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor is the right combination of power and efficiency that youd look for today. Both the engine and transmission were very recently rebuilt so the engine bay is nicely detailed and not too far from stock. Dress-up parts like the Edelbrock air cleaner and valve covers help with the performance look, and theres Ford Blue on the block. A fresh alternator provides plenty of juice if youre, say, towing a trailer or installing a camper top in the bed, and with power steering and brakes, its easy to drive no matter the load. Fords rugged twin I-beam suspension isnt the most precise setup ever devised, but it rides incredibly well for a big hauler. Out back, theres a 9-inch, which is equally rugged and according to the door tag, it carries 2.72 gears, which are great for highway cruising. The dual exhaust system offers modest mufflers so its quiet out on the road, and while its not detailed for show, the chassis is really clean. The 2-inch lift and slick black wheels (full spare mounted in the bed!) look awesome on the big Ford and use giant 265/60/18 Cooper radials to keep them off the ground. Clean old pickups like this still represent great value, and one that can double as a hobby vehicle on weekends while still working for a living is a bargain in anyones book. And with an awesome look like this, we know this F-100 wont last long. Call today!
Weve made the case for the practical and stylish El Camino here before, and with this charcoal gray 1972 Chevrolet El Camino, it remains as true as ever. Theres a strong-running small block under the hood, a handsome paint job that accentuates the cars classic styling, and honestly, if you can find a muscle car more versatile than this one, you should buy it. Dressed in sophisticated charcoal gray paint with black stripes, its the archetypal Elky, and personally, the 72s are my favorite with their single headlamps and side-mounted parking lights. The bodywork is well done and doesnt look very old, although there are signs of use that are probably inevitable. The doors fit well, and the tailgate is in great shape with none of the rust or dings that typically show up on these cars no matter how well-maintained they are. Bumpers, both front and rear, appear to be reproduction items or even very nice originals, and all the stainless trim is in good condition. Factory parking light lenses, a standard Chevy hood, and bright stainless trim all give it an OEM look, and despite the stripes, this isnt an SS clone. The bed makes this a practical piece of muscle, and thanks to a very neatly done spray-in bedliner, that means you shouldnt be afraid to put it to work now and then. I promise it wont mind! This El Camino carries a handsome black interior, which uses a bench seat to permit three-abreast seating. Most of the interior appears recent, including the door panels, headliner, and even the seat cover, all of which are correct reproductions. A bench seat is probably a smart choice in an Elky, just to maximize passenger capacity, and the column shifter means nobodys uncomfortable. The standard gauge cluster is little more than a speedometer and fuel gauge plus some idiot lights, but the powertrain is so reliable, more gauges arent really necessary. Theres an AM/FM/CD stereo in the dash that sounds great, and youll not that this is a factory A/C car, although some of the components have been removed. But for the most part, theres nothing inside to detract from the original look and thats a good thing. The engine is a 350 cubic inch V8 that runs very well with good power and a great rumble from the Flowmaster dual exhaust system. Wearing a coat of Chevy Orange, the engine is dressed with a chrome air cleaner and finned valve covers, so it looks pretty stock. For performance, theres an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor atop a GM intake (which has been painted orange to help it blend in), an HEI distributor, and a set of long-tube headers that hug the block for good service access. A stout TH350 3-speed automatic transmission handles the gears, doling out torque to the 10-bolt rear end, which is full of relatively tall gears so the Elky is easy-going on the highway. Power steering and brakes make this truck/car handle easily, and theres a recent Flowmaster exhaust system. Traditional Rally wheels look awesome and wear 225/70/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials. Properly sorted cars are hard to find, and when theyve led hard lives like most El Caminos, its even more difficult. This is an exception. Drive it, have fun, and dont forget that it still might enjoy working once in a while, too. Call today!