1967 Ford F-100
|Engine Size:||352 CID|
|Ext. Color:||Raven Black|
In 1967, Ford introduced an updated look to the F-100 truck. Gone were the swooping fenders and rounded corners that were replaced with rectangular lines. The straight body gave a streamlined look. The cab was larger and more luxurious than prior models. The Ranger was the top-of-the-line model and offered better visibility.
This F 100 has very recently been restored. The all-steel body is straight and solid. The Raven Black paint is excellent with no visible flaws. All chrome is new. The trim on the tail gate is original and is in excellent new condition. The original taillights have had the blue dots added. The bedliner is Raptor and looks very sharp.
Interior has the original dash that has been repainted black and presents in excellent new condition. The steering wheel is original and still looks new. The original seat has been recovered and the headliner and carpet are new. The doors are painted black and have the original-type replacement red door panels.
Engine is the 352 CID that has been completely gone through and has an added new 600 Holley carburetor, gasket set, chrome breather, and chrome valve covers. The C6 automatic transmission is new. Rear end is a 9 Ford rear.
This pickup has power steering, power front disc brakes, and a radio.
The wheels are from a 1992-94 Ford truck and still look brand new! Tires are 15 inches.
This Ford Ranger truck was a DSO and sold new in Charlotte. Serious buyers can view by appointment only. Location is in NC just west of Hickory.
PLEASE NOTE: In some photos, the hood was not all the way closed.