In 1976, when this Ford F150 Ranger XLT was built, the F-series was already on its way to becoming the best-selling vehicle in the world. Of course, thats easy to understand when they were as handsome and rugged as this long bed/regular cab example, which offers an appealing color combination, options like factory A/C, and a great-running 390 cubic inch V8. This vintage hauler offers just the right combination of functionality and flash, and the current condition is a wonderful testament to someones rather large investment in its care. The pretty Bahama Blue paint accentuates the trucks square-jawed look, and it looks like theres no project it cant handle. It also appears that this has always been a super clean original truck, because theres no evidence of panel replacements or significant metal surgery under the paint, and as a lifelong southern truck, rust is not really an issue. All the trim is in good original condition, including the cool stainless side molding that stretches the entire length of the truck, accentuating the length of the 8-foot bed. The front bumper is chrome and in pretty nice shape and the grille with its trademark high-mounted parking lights is instantly recognizable as a Ford from a mile away. In back, theres another shiny chrome bumper and the solid bed has just been finished with a non-skid bed liner material, making this truck ready to work or play. Oh, and a bed-mounted tool box helps keep it functional. The handsome blue crinkle cloth interior is original, but its still in good shape and probably shouldnt be restored. The bench seat wears funky 70s style patterns and shows that even a working class truck can have some style. The seat cover and door panel inserts are holding up well, while the gauges and instrument panel are also original and in very good condition. Ford gave F150 buyers a comprehensive set of instruments, but in 1974, things like A/C and an automatic transmission were expensive options (fortunately, this truck has both). Theres a newer AM/FM/CD stereo in the center of the dash feeding speakers in the doors, and it sounds impressive given the well-insulated cabin. Newer blue carpets certainly help with that and look great at the same time. 390 cubic inches is more than sufficient to get this truck moving in a hurry, and the engine bay itself is extremely clean and nicely detailed for a stock look. There are signs that some cosmetic clean-up was done a few years back, including nice Ford Blue paint on the air cleaner and valve covers, and basic black engine accessories like the massive A/C compressor. New hoses, plugs, wires and other maintenance items were installed recently, so it runs and drives beautifully, and theres a big aluminum radiator up front. A full dual exhaust system offers a great V8 rumble, which comes complements of new mufflers out back. The C6 3-speed automatic is virtually bulletproof and the chassis is proof enough that this is a clean truck from down south, one thats had a good amount of cash poured into it. Basic steel wheels with full wheel covers are factory-issue and carry 235/75/15 Michelin radials. If youre of a certain age, you grew up when these trucks were everywhere, but today nice ones are hard to find. Beautifully finished, surprisingly fast, and totally practical, this is an awesome truck at an awesome price. Call today!
Here is a pretty nice 1993 Ford F-150 XLT 4X4 short bed truck. According to Carfax it has never had an accident. The mileage on the truck is 105442 and Carfax backs that up. It has a good running 5.0 Liter engine connected to an automatic transmission. It runs out and shifts out good. The truck was bought new in Dallas, Ga and has remained in Georgia except for a month stay in Tennessee. The body is solid as is the floors and bed. The paint is good but not perfect. I would call it driver quality. The interior looks great with the seat, door panels, headliner and carpet all in good shape. It has power windows, power locks, power side mirrors and power drivers seat. Everything works like it should. it has tilt steering and a nice Kenwood Stereo/CD player. The tires are brand new Firestone 35X12.50R20LT and the wheels are new as well. Even bought 5 to have have matching spare. The lift is pretty new as well. It drives good on the road. Has a step to get up into truck. The 4WD works like it should. Just a good older 4X4 truck.
Its not often that you see a pickup from the 80s in this condition. Most were used as work horses and completely destroyed. This 1985 F100 XLT is a very nice truck. It is equipped with the 5.8L 351 and an automatic transmission. The truck has 86,606 miles and has a one owner Georgia title. Great truck to put to work or to cruise around in.Give us a call and lets work a deal.
You are looking at a Solid 1986 Ford F-150 XLT Lariat, this is a short bed truck with a 302 and automatic transmission! You can own it for only $4,000.00 which I feel is very fair for a vehicle like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this truck yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
You are looking at a really nice 1993 Ford F-150 XLT Pickup. This beauty has had a recently rebuilt transmission, a new set of tires and recently had a new paint job because the clear coat was pealing off. It has really nice dark red interior! It runs and drives and looks just like you would expect it to. You can own it for only $6,500.00 which I feel is very fair for a vehicle like this one with the potential that this vehicle has or you can purchase a new one for $50,000. . I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this vehicle yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
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Take a nice mid 80s pickup like this Ford, update it with some fresh suspension components that make it drive better than it did when it was new, add a few custom touches to the interior, and you end up with one of the nicest F150s that you will ever drive. Or own. Because thats what you will want to do once you drive this truck. Lets start by checking out the cool paint job before we dive into the rest of the details. After proper preparation of all the body panels as well as the solid bed cover, a unique color of paint called Chop Top Silver was laid down. Then the hood was blacked out and a bold black stripe was laid down the side. The tailgate continued the theme with a blacked out the center. Trim all that black with Red pinstriping, and you have a sweet looking paint job. Compliment that with a blacked-out grill, paint the bumpers black, and go with black for the mirrors and window trim, including for the sliding back window in the cab. At that point you pretty much have to go with black wheels, so they did. The tilt up bed cover looks sweet in its expanse of Silver over a bed that received its share of love during the prep and paint too. Open the door and get ready to be pleasantly surprised. This is not your basic work truck. The entire interior appears to be brand new from the door panels with power window and lock switches at your fingertips to the carpets. But what will probably jump out at you first is the deep bucket seats that are black cloth with red stitching. They offer great back and leg support and are super comfortable. A 4-spoke GT steering wheel mounted on a tilt column looks good and feels good in your hands. The dash is stock XLT except for an aftermarket stereo that has been added for your listening pleasure which is AM/FM/CD/ Bluetooth and iPod compatible. The ventilation controls include those for the R134 A/C system that will keep you nice and cool on those hot summer days. There is a late model Ford shifter for the automatic transmission and a custom center console that provides nice storage and a comfortable armrest. The engine and drivetrain on this truck have received as much attention as the body and interior. Pop the hood and you will find a nicely appointed 5.8-liter engine with plenty of signs of good routine maintenance. All the belts and hoses appear to be new and the A/C compressor was recently replaced. The stock air topper is nicely polished up announcing the 5.8 with a 4-barrel carb underneath it. Ford Motorsport valve covers also look sharp and long tube headers are tucked down in there which lead back to a chambered exhaust system with an X pipe that gives the truck a healthy rumbling sound. Power is sent back through a 4-speed with overdrive automatic trans. The whole brakes system has been serviced up nicely with front disc brakes ready to haul this truck to a quick stop. The steering and suspension system have seen some nice upgrades with tubular components, Delrin bushings, and sway bars providing greatly improved handling and road feel. Come on down and check this truck out. Take it for a ride. You may just want to drive it on home.
These trucks are getting more and more popular and its getting harder and harder to find a nice one. They have always been good looking, hard-working trucks, and this generation F-series helped make Ford become the best-selling truck in America, a title it has held ever since then. Here is your chance to buy one of these classics that has been nicely refreshed. It looks good enough to head out with on a Saturday night again, but its still Ford tough, so you can get the job done with it too. Check it out. Its obvious from the way the body panels line up so nicely on this truck that it has not had a hard knocks life. It also helps that Ford started using galvanized steel and zinc primers in order to prevent them from rusting. This one has been recoated in a nice shade of blue that shines nicely. Up front the truck leads with Ford in script on the leading edge of the hood with a big rectangular chrome grill underneath it flanked by rectangular headlights. A sharp looking chrome bumper underlines it all and the chrome continues down the side with edging around the wheel wells and a polished strip lengthwise down the side. The back looks especially sharp with chrome forming a rectangle around the tailgate and with a couple chrome exhaust tips peeking out from underneath a back bumper that looks brand new. Open the door and you will find an interior that is in excellent condition. The door panel has an upper panel done in silver-gray in a rectangular pattern and a lower panel with a long armrest done in black. The seat has been recovered nicely so looks excellent, and the carpet looks fresh because it has been replaced too. A two spoke steering wheel sits in front of a neat and clean dash that has the speedometer in the middle with the oil pressure, fuel, water temp, and voltage gauges off to the sides. The ventilation control, including those for the air conditioning system sit just above the Ford AM/FM radio. A nice headliner is also in good shape which not only looks good but goes a long way toward reducing cabin noise. The glove box has a nice burled wood look and the shifter for the 4-wheel drive system rises up out of the floor. Pop the hood and you will find a tried and true 351M motor nestled down in a very stock engine bay. There are signs of good regular maintenance with newer belts and hoses as well as new ignition components and a new air conditioning compressor. An aluminum topped air filter flows through a stock carburetor and intake manifold and out through stock exhaust manifolds to Flowmaster mufflers. Underneath the truck you will find a solid axle on leaf springs holding the back end up while the front axle is supported by coil springs and trailing arms along with new shocks all around help keep things under control. Power flows out through a three speed automatic transmission and the transfer case to get those 32 inch Wild Country tires mounted on new Chrome rims turning. This truck can be taken out on a Saturday night or put to work on Saturday moring. If you make it your truck, then you will be the one making that call.
Its hard to beat a 78 F150. It is a great looking truck that can get the job done, and everyone seems to want one these days. This one has been freshened up outside and inside with a brand new set of sneakers where the rubber meets the road,... or dirt. Check it out. Ford did a great job on this generation of their trucks. So much so that the F150 became the best- selling trucks during this time and hasnt looked back since then. The styling is clean and the look is rock solid. This one has been treated to a recoat of its original Raven Black paint using a basecoat/clearcoat system, and it looks fantastic. The panels all match up real nicely and the light reflects off them in long straight lines. Of-course black looks great dressed up with chrome so new front and rear bumpers were mounted that shine bright and look great. Ford appears in script on the front of the hood and an eggcrate grill is surrounded by nicely polished trim. The wheel wells are trimmed out in chrome too and polished side molding runs front to rear with a black accent strip in the center. The bed is rhino lined and the truck sits up on black and polished wheels that complete the look nicely. Open the door and you will find a Red and Black interior that has been completely refreshed. The door panel sets the tone with the black upper section looking good embossed with a square pattern underpinned by a red pleated lower panel. The rest of the interior really pops with the comfortable bench seat recovered in pleated red vinyl and fresh red carpeting looking almost too good to put your feet on. A nice set of floor mats might be a good idea in order to keep them looking new. Look up and you will notice the custom headliner that looks good and helps keep the cab quiet along with the trick windshield visors finished out in black and red. A two spoke steering wheel has the shifter for the automatic transmission on the column while the transfer case lever rises out of the floor. The dash is stock and nicely trimmed out in wood grain with and FM/Cassette deck for your listening pleasure. Pop the hood and you will find a 351M motor nestled down in the engine bay. This motor was introduced on these trucks as a replacement for the old FE motors, and is one of the things that propelled this truck to king of the hill status. The black air filter housing sits on top of a Holley 4-barrel carburetor and an aluminum intake manifold. All the engine iron is looking good painted in Ford blue and a Mallory ignition system handles the spark. There are signs of good regular maintenance and a new battery to insure easy starting this winter. Power flows back through a 3-speed automatic transmission, through the 4WD transfer case, and out to solid axles front and rear that are limited slip with 3.50 gears. Fresh shocks all around as well as a new steering damper help this truck drive nice and front disc brakes provide good stopping power. Its new sneakers are pretty aggressive Maxxis Mudder tires that are 305/70R16 all around mounted on those great looking Ion aluminum wheels. Great looking in black and chrome with a stunning red interior and a set of tires that will get the job done or get you where you want to go no matter what the terrain or conditions are. Come on down and check out this really nice F150.
This great looking F150 is kind of a dual sport of pickup trucks. Its a great looking street machine that you can be proud to pull up to a restaurant or show in, but it has serious cred when it comes to getting the job done where the pavement ends too. Check it out. A recent respray in this beautiful Dark Blue was done in a basecoat/clearcoat system to give it a nice shine and also good durability. An eggcrate grill is flanked by AVS tinted headlight covers that blend in with the paint for a nice look as well. A sharp looking chrome bumper adds a splash of flash to the front and there is a chrome twin-tube roll bar with LED driving lights mounted on top of it in the bed. So, while all that flash looks good for cruising the boulevard and heading out on the town, the truck is ready to get some business done too. The bed is rhino lined and has a hitch for a 5th wheel in the center of it as well as provisions for one on the back bumper for lighter duty towing. The wheels and tires are another example of the dual sport nature of this truck too with great looking American Racing wheels shod with Mud Claw M/T tires. Open the door and you will find a really sharp looking Gray interior. The door panel has a nice cloth insert above a long armrest that makes for comfortable cruising. Also comfortable is the bench seat upholstered in Gray cloth and trimmed in vinyl with a fold down armrest in the center that offers the flexibility of seating either two or three across. A two spoke steering wheel with cruise controls at your finger tips sits in front of a good-looking stock dashboard with wood toned trim. The speedometer is mounted directly in front of the driver with the tach to the right and gauges for fuel, water temp, oil pressure and voltage on the left. Controls for the ventilation system that include air conditioning to keep you cool on those hot summer days are in the center just above the stereo and the shifters for the manual transmission as well as the transfer case are mounted on the center tunnel. Pop the hood on this truck and you will find a tried and true 5.0-liter V8 engine. It is completely stock with signs of good regular maintenance that includes a new battery as well as a new throttle position sensor for the fuel injection. The exhaust heads back through a Flowmaster muffler and the power the engine makes flows back through a 5-speed manual transmission and the transfer case to the rear wheels, or all the wheels. A solid rear axle is mounted on leaf springs with a sway bar to help keep things stable while towing and a twin I-Beam front suspension also has a sway bar to help with handling and power steering to make maneuvering easy in parking lots. Power front disc brakes assure that there is good stopping power available and the rubber meets the road, or the dirt, through 31X10.50R15LTs mounted on those American Racing alloys. Dual sport personality. A good-looking truck with a good work ethic too. Come on down and check it out. It may be just the combination you have been looking for.
This generation of Ford pickups were popular when they were introduced for the same reasons they are still popular today. They are good looking, reliable, tough, and capable. But as they arent building them anymore, the trick is finding one, like this one, that has been nicely reconditioned. Check it out. This is a big red pickup with broad shoulders and a serious stance that lets you know its ready to rumble. But before a drop of that beautiful Red paint was sprayed on, the surface of the sheet metal was smoothed out nicely and the panels adjusted so that the gaps were consistent. Up front a black eggcrate grill flanked by single headlights set in black is trimmed in polished aluminum with Ford lettered across the front of the hood and a sharp looking chrome bumper underlining it. A gray and silver pinstripe runs down the side and a custom side step comes in handy while climbing up and in. Out back, the tailgate has Ford letters in black on the tailgate and a black bumper with a trailer receiver has dual oval exhaust tips peeking out from underneath it. The bed itself is ready for work or play with spray in bedliner. Open the door and you will find a sharp looking Red interior with a few nice updates. The door panel itself is stock with a nice armrest for comfortable long-haul cruising. The bench seat has been reupholstered in comfortable red cloth and an aftermarket leather wrapped steering wheel is mounted on a three spoke hub with a Ford center button and it feels good in your hands. The shifter for the automatic transmission is mounted on the column and the one for the transfer case is mounted on the floor in the center. The dash panel is stock with easily visible gauges that include the speedo in the center with fuel, oil pressure, water temp and voltage off to the sides. There is a Sony AM/FM/CD and iPod compatible stereo in the dash with speakers mounted behind the seat for your listening pleasure. A little custom pinstriping appears on the dash next to the wood grain glove box and rubber floor mats protect the carpeting. Pop the hood and you will find a freshly rebuilt 351M motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. The motor was bored .030 over and had a mild cam installed in the process of the rebuild. A polished air topper sits on top of a Holley 4-barrel carb which feeds an Edelbrock intake manifold. MSD handles the ignition duties and stock exhaust manifolds get the spent gasses heading back to dual Flowmaster mufflers giving this truck a nice healthy sound. Power flows back through a 3-speed automatic transmission and the transfer case to the rear axle mounted on leaf springs while up front, coil springs get the job done. The steering has all been refreshed with new components as well as new bushings and shocks. Power front disc brakes assure good stopping ability and the rubber meets the road through 305/70R16 Patagonia MT tires mounted on deep dish aluminum wheels that have only been driven from the tire store to our showroom. Good looking, reliable, tough, capable, and nicely reconditioned. Its just waiting for you to come down and decide that it is exactly the truck you have been looking for. So, come on down and check it out!
The classic 4x4 that looks cool, has a ton of originality, and plenty of versatility. Thats what this 1979 Ford F-150 4x4 has to offer. You just dont see trucks like this anymore. 1979 was the last, and arguably, the best year for this generation of the F-150 pickup. The original blue colors have been given a nice upgrade to a glossy clear coat medium blue. That way this can respect its history while still turning heads today. Plus, the white stripe package looks timelessly cool. While this one is a true American classic, right down to the chrome bumpers, this truck still has a lot of practical daily use left in it. In fact, look at the liner paint in the bed, wide tow mirrors, and trailer hitch on the rear... This is the cool classic thats ready for work or play. Open the door, and youre immediately greeted by the blue and white theme continued on the door panels. As you grab this Fords factory dual spoke steering wheel and gaze across the dash, youll see a ton of originality across the interior. But despite the cool vintage appeal, this one once again shows off its practical side with subtle upgrades like the comfortable cloth bench seat and auxiliary gauge package. The engine bay is just as honest as the rest of the truck. This one came from the factory with a big 351 cubic-inch V8 with dual-barrel carburetor. And thats whats still under the hood today so were inclined to believe this is the original setup. After all, everything looks correct inside here, right down to the jack is still mounted in its original strap. This mighty V8 is still ready to be a workhorse. When you combine the torque-filled motor with the strong two-speed 4x4 transfer case, tall stance, and BF Goodrich All-Terrain tires, you know that the fun begins where the road ends. But even when its just time to make a hardware store run, the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes are all handy features for everyday use. This F-150 is your new best friend. You two can go to work together on Friday and then break away for a weekends worth of fun. Call now!
This 1989 Ford F-150 XLT Lariat is a terrific kind of new classic pickup. You still get a fuel-injected V8, a comfortable interior, and plenty of hauling power just now with more distinction and pay thousands $$ than a new 4x4. Bright red, chrome bumpers, bright tailgate, and shiny wheels. This one certainly lives up to the upscale appearance of the XLT Lariat trim package. We wont pretend its perfect, but if you need a show truck, this one also leaves plenty in the budget for that. And what you really want this one for is that classic square-jaw tough appearance in a package thats still ready to work today. Thats why this already comes with a spray-in bedliner, towing mirrors, and full tow hitch. The interior feels quite upscale for a classic pickup. The full red package coordinates with the exterior, and it includes a comfortable cloth bench seat. This not only has good bolstering, but also theres a fold-down center console so you can decide if you want to carry two friends or have a more individual level of comfort. The original factory steering wheel has the buttons for cruise control, and beyond that is a full set of factory gauges, including the handy tach. It has nice features like an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo and provisions for air conditioning. Of course, we know your favorite fresh air comes from opening the vent windows and sliding the rear glass. Its the old-school style breeze we all love on these trucks. Fords fuel-injected 5.0-liter V8 is a terrific motor. If youre a true driver, theres no better paring than the five-speed manual transmission. Theres even a performance air intake and rumbling dual exhaust upgrades to really enjoy the motor to the fullest. Sure, this isnt geared to be a Mustang with a truck bed, but you really do get full control between power driving and overdrive comfort with this full setup. Also dont forget, unlike a Mustang, this one can be switched into four-wheel drive for true go-anywhere ability. No matter if youre on the street or trail, youll appreciate features like power steering and front disc brakes. Value, features, and distinction all come on this flat-faced Ford. So if youre looking for the right mix of work and play, call today!
Stk#146 1989 Ford F150 4x2 Regular Cab Painted White on bottom with camouflage top of cab. The front bumper is painted black, rear step bumper painted black, Halogen head lights, tinted glass, black fold away mirrors, back glass is sliding. Body side moldings, bed liner is spray on. Black tool box, black rims with pro comp and mud Terrain tires. Chrome tips on dual exhaust. Black step plates, chrome door handles. Interior is Dark charcoal vinyl covers with gray seat covers. Factory A/C & Heat. Black rubber floor, factory gauges, Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo. CB, seat belts & shoulder belts. Roll up windows. Powered by a 4.9 EFI I6 engine, 6 speed overdrive, power steering, power brakes, factory A/C. Runs good.
CALL FOR PRICE! 813-361-5999 MIKE1979 Ford F150 Ranger 4wd Four Wheeler Magazine Feature TruckThis 1979 Ford F150 XLT Ranger was a total Frame Off Restoration and custom lifted suspension with every part on it painted, chromed, performance enhanced, or rebuilt! This truck looks awesome!It was used mostly to drive to Truck Shows since it was completed and everything was new at the time it was restored. The paint looks fantastic!! The body is extremely straight and a lot of time was spent on the paint to make this truck look the way it does. The Interior is all custom and is also excellent and was restored as well. Check out the custom door panels, roof liner, dash and the grey tweed bench seat. It has a Hurst Floor Shifter as well as all the interior painted to match the truck.The Drivetrain on this truck is Rock Solid! The engine is a rebuilt performance 351M V8 with Ford Motorsports Polished Valve Covers, heavy Duty radiator, performance Ignition, headers, performance spark plug wires, and much more that sits in a detailed and painted clean engine compartment. It runs excellent with it’s Hurst shifted automatic transmission! It has a Lift Kit with dual rear performance shocks, performance front shocks, and to much else to list here. Tires are 19.5/44 inch aggressive Gumbo Monster Mudders on polished mag wheels, with great sounding exhaust complimenting the whole package.The paint on this beauty is a custom blend of taste-full subtle Salmon color with green accents to match the suspension pieces. It also features a polished sun-visor, chrome front and rear tube bumpers, chrome trim and grill, and chrome wheel well moldings. Don’t forget to look at the painted bed-liner with rubber floor mat and polished truck bed handles as well as lower chrome body trim.All of the lights, blinkers, wipers and gages are working. A Great running and driving truck!! And as we said earlier, this Truck was a Four Wheeler Magazine Feature Article Truck!If you want a very high-enr 1979 Ford F150 Show Truck, the one we have at Classic Vintage Exchange is the one for you. Come see it today.So contact us at phone: 813-361-5999email: email@example.comClassic Vintage Exchange14108 5th Street, Dade City, FL 33525
Black and chrome makes this vintage pickup look like the midnight hero youve always wanted. But whats even better is that behind the looks of this great-looking 1975 Ford F-150 Ranger XLT are desirable features such a long bed and a big 460 V8. Highly detailed vintage pickups dont get much better than this. The more modern and professional application of the factory-correct Raven Black gives it a mirror shine that can only be matched with the best brightwork. And on the top-of-the-line Ranger trim, you get plenty of it. This one is complete with the big chrome bumpers, distinct rocker moldings, and an ornate tailgate. And the premium trim line that runs the full length of the truck not only looks great, but it also helps to highlight how straight this F-150 is. They even added newer polished 15-inch alloys to complete this full shining package. The bed looks fantastic, but this versatile long bed is still ready to work thanks to the bright bed rails and tie downs. Theres even trailering mirrors and a hitch on the step bumper. Inside is a handsome and correct black interior. Rarely do we see the correct coated fabric seat inserts or the insignia trim on the bench anymore, so this really looks like a fantastically preserved/restored package. In fact, this one has a terrific time capsule appearance with correct premium XLT features like the wood-like trim through the interior. Even the factory AM/FM 8-track is still on display! The factory dual spoke steering wheel gives you a commanding view of the full gauge panel, so you feel in complete control. And while this one looks like a 1970s machine, modern R134a air conditioning means you feel as cool as you look. This is a J-code truck, and Ford people know thats important. It means this was built with the big daddy 460 cubic-inch V8. With this kind of lineage, its great to see that big block displacement and four-barrel carburetor still under the hood. And youll do more than just talk about the motor. Its presented in an exceptionally fresh condition with the bright blue on the block, valve covers, and air topper. Plus, all those factory decals make this looks like its fresh from Fords Louisville plant. Its the kind of presentation youd expect from a vehicle that has averaged less than 1,600 miles annually over its lifetime. Maintenance was obviously a priority, and you can tell by the condition of everything from the dual exhaust to the twin I-beam front suspension seen in the undercarriage photos. And out on the road, the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes combine to make this a great all-around cruiser. The sale come complete with a Marti Report that proves how rare this preserved/restored truck is. Its distinct, powerful, and an all-around stunner, so dont miss your chance. Call today!!!
No Paypal payments1992 Ford F150 XLT 4X4 Extended Cab You will be hard pressed to find a nicer original-ish 92 F150. I am a General Manager for a Chevrolet Dealership and most of the Repairs have been done at our shop. The truck was my brothers and when he passed, I kept it as a toy and for sentimental reasons. It has been in our family for about 24 years. Several years back I had it repowered with a Jasper H.O 5.0 engine. The transmission was replaced at the same time. Most of the paint is original. Last Year I put new carpet, Leather and a windshield in it. The windshield was getting foggy around the edges and it drove me nuts. I also had them rebuild the front end including a new steering box. Both fuel tanks have been replaced. It is not a show quality truck but could be very easily. To my knowledge everything works except the power window on the passenger door. She has a small tear in the headliner, I never wanted fixed because my brother did it. She is sitting on a two-inch body lift with aftermarket wheels and tires. The wheels are chrome and pitted. They need to be replaced. The tires look like new, but they are old. It doesn’t get driven much. Just noticed that on the driver’s side drip rail there is a couple of rust spots that needs to be repaired. Please no low ball offers, this is not a fire sale. Thanks for looking
1993 Ford F150 Flareside w/ Mark III ConversionActual 49,848 Miles as Stated on Title Clean CarfaxLeather Seats Wood Package Inside302 V-8 Automatic Transmission1 Family OwnedPower WindowsPower Door LocksTilt WheelCruise ControlAM/FM Radio w/ Cassette PlayerOriginal Window StickerAbsolutely Remarkable Truck that looks Brand New! Financing available-up to 7 years, as low as 6.0%! Call Austin 863-226-8590
Clean Carfax, 2 Owner Truck1994 Ford F-150 XLT 4x4Super cab5.8 351 V8Good tiresPower locks and windowsBed linerRunning boardsSouthern truckCruise Call us at 740-844-2016 today to schedule your test drive.
Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is proud to offer this tough and rustic 1978 Ford F150 for sale. This 1978 Ford F150 is a survivor Custom long box truck. This sweet truck still wears its original two-tone green paint that it left the factory with four decades ago. It still presents well but has the nice patina thats so popular today. The new 20 Foose wheels look just right on this classic F150. With a matching green cloth and vinyl interior, youre sure to be comfortable inside as everyone you drive past honks and waves. Powered by Fords reliable 400 CID engine and a C-6 three speed automatic (recently re-sealed), this F150 also has a nice array of options like air conditioning, power steering, power disc/drum brakes, AM/FM/CD radio, and cruise control (currently not working). All of the gauges work and function properly and the steering and front end components have all been replaced in the past two years. This 1978 Ford drives, steers, stops, and handles perfectly. Its an original Arizona truck so it has a rust-free body and frame. These 70s F-series trucks are really gaining momentum in the collector car marketplace. Get this one while its here...which wont be long or before the price on them sky rocket like the Chevy Nova s have! This is a great truck to show off to friends and family. These trucks never disappoint and always show you how reliable a truck can and should be. This is a great truck to own at this price no one will believe how much you spent on this sweet ride. This 1978 Ford F150 for sale includes: AC, AM/FM radio, CD player, power brakes, power steering, seat belts, cloth and vinyl interior, radial tires and aluminum alloy wheels. To see 100-plus pictures and a video of this 1978 Ford F150 for sale and for more information or to schedule an appointment to view this vehicle in person, please call the Scottsdale showroom at 623-900-4884 or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/SCT/115/1978-Ford-F150
We at Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa are proud to present to you this rustic 1978 Ford F150 Ranger. For 1978, the appearance of the F-Series changed the most since 1972, when the split grille was overhauled in favor of a single-piece grille insert design. Much larger than before, the grille no longer incorporated the headlights, turn signals or the F O R D letters. The headlights were located in housings beside the grille, and the park/turn signal lamps were located below them. Additionally, a new chrome-plated letter set reading F O R D could now be seen on the hood immediately above the grille. In 1977 (1978 models), the round headlight design was retained for the Custom trim level. A luxury Lariat trim was also introduced for 1978; Ranger, Ranger XLT, and Ranger Lariat trim levels incorporated rectangular headlights with optional chrome headlight bezels and the chrome grille insert. Dual Fuel tanks in the bed became standard. For 1979, round headlights were replaced by rectangular ones on all trim levels, and the surrounding grille insert that framed the headlights was now available in either black or chrome to match that of the aluminum grille frame. Also new for 1978 was the option of part- or full-time four-wheel-drive on SuperCab models. Full-time four-wheel drive utilized a chain-driven NP203 transfer case, while part-time four-wheel drive was equipped with a gear-driven NP205. This truck is a piece of history is ready to go to work with its 300 cubic inch straight six cylinder engine mated to an automatic transmission. Options include AC, AM/FM radio, cd player, spare tire, cloth interior and aluminum/alloy wheels. To see 100+ HD pictures and videos of this 1978 Ford F150 Ranger, please visit GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view this vehicle in person, please call the Tampa showroom at (813)645-6200 or email us directly at Tampa@GatewayClassicCars.com.
Gateway Classic Cars is pleased to offer this 1977 Ford F150 Ranger Explorer for sale in our Indianapolis showroom. Grey-green in color with a black and grey interior, it is powered by a 351 Cleveland with a 3 speed automatic and showing 97,545 miles on the odometer. This reliable and useful vehicle will be perfect for anyone needing a nicely kept classic pickup truck. It features power steering and power brakes and AM radio. The bed has a locking tool box and the rubber bedliner covers a rust free, dent free bed floor. The sixth generation of the Ford F-Series is a line of pickup trucks and medium-duty commercial trucks that were produced by Ford Motor Company from 1973 to 1979. This generation was launched in December 1972 for the 1973 model year. These were the last generation of trucks to use the F-Series chassis introduced in 1965. After a decade as a compact SUV, the Ford Bronco was redesigned as a shortened version of the F-Series. This generation also marks the introduction of the F-150 (introduced in 1975) which today is the most popular model. This generation is noted for the body panels durability as Ford used extensive amounts of galvanized sheet metal, zinc coated steel, zinc rich primer and fender liners, to fight corrosion. In 1976, the F-Series became the best-selling trucks in America, a position it has continued to retain ever since. To view this 1977 Ford F150, please visit our site at www.gatewayclassiccars.com, call 317-688-1100 or email us at email@example.com. To see this 1977 Ford F150 in person, stop by our showroom located at 4400 W 96th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46268 http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NDY/1141/1977-Ford-F150
For sale in our Dallas-Fort Worth showroom is a rare find in this condition 1986 Ford F150 XLT Lariat. This white with red ton single cab has an 8 ft bed and only 26,895 original miles. Under the hood there is a 5.8L V8 4BBL matched with an automatic transmission. It is not show quality but it is incredibly nice for a 30 year old truck. This well cared for truck has had only one previous owner. The current owner bought this F150 from the daughter of the original owner who lived in Colorado. This truck is all original with factory AC, tape deck, cruise control, power windows, gauges, and clean interior. To view this full-sized Ford F150 XLT Lariat in greater detail including 100+ HD photos and videos, visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For additional information on this 1986 Ford F150, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us directly at 817-310-9400