1968 Ford F100 for sale 101086297
1968 Ford F100
Streetside Classics - Dallas-Ft Worth
(855) 893-3292
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1968 Ford F100


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Heres a rolling bit of classic Americana and you can put it in your garage at a very attainable price. This 1968 Ford F-100 Stepside is filled to the brim with nostalgia-inducing power - with one quick glance youll easily be able to picture it tooling along the less crowded roads of yesteryear as it faithfully performs its duties. Its a great looking work truck and it runs surprisingly well, so whether you decided to drive it as is or turn it into a top-notch ride, therell be no need to wait before getting behind the wheel and enjoying yourself. The F-100s of this era had such a can do look to them, with their forward inclined front ends suggesting that they could hardly contain themselves before rolling out and getting things done. The light blue exterior on this 68, with its contrasting white side stripes, front grille and bumpers really captures that spirit well - it provides a very sharp yet factory appearance and, while the paint could use a bit of refinement to bring out its best, this is a very appealing pickup and is in possession of plenty of curb appeal just as it is. The roof mounted lights and chrome West Coast side mirrors add even more workmanlike spirit and the overall exterior alignment on this vintage Ford looks pretty strong - its cab transitions smoothly to the stepside bed area in back and there are nice, consistent lines surrounding its doors and hood. Take a lap around this venerable ride and youll see that there are no exterior fittings missing in action - everything sits securely in place, and while theres room for a little touching up here and there, all of it can be done at no detriment to enjoying your time behind the wheel. Inside the doors, everything remains in thoroughly factory configuration - climb in and youll see that this driving environment looks just as it did when this truck first reported for duty. You could easily take your position behind the wheel, turn the ignition key and get on the road with things currently in their present state and, should you decide to improve the look around you, theres a very strong foundation to build upon. The bench seat shows some cracking, but still carries plenty of padding for comfort while on the road, and the dash area just beyond the sizable stock steering wheel is still solid and level. The factory gauges inside its instrument cluster appear to function as intended and in back, the bed area wears a sturdy diamond plate metal liner and matching partition to protect the rear wall of the cab - a very cool feature. Very much in keeping with this vehicles authentic look, the engine compartment remains in its stock configuration, with its collection of factory components in view. The 300 cubic inch inline 6 that powers this classic still wears its period-correct 2-barrel carburetor and seems to be in very healthy running condition as it teams with a 3-speed manual transmission that shifts with no issues. A collection of maintenance receipts back up the care that the truck has received and theres also a new-looking fuel pump and master cylinder on hand inside to increase its real world reliability as it rolls out to take care of business on its fresh-looking stock 15 wheels outfitted with Futura Super Sport GLS tires in front and Winston Winner A/T in back. This 1968 Ford F-100 Stepside is a sharp looking vintage workhorse and its strong foundation and low price represent a seldom-seen opportunity. Call today!

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
  • Classic Car ID
  • Stock Number
  • Category
    Classic Trucks
  • Body Style
  • New/Used
  • Mileage
    33,128 miles
  • Engine
    300ci Inline 6
  • Drivetrain
  • Transmission
    3 Speed Manual
  • Exterior Color
  • Custom Color

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