1964 F100 Custom Truck for saleHere's a very cool custom truck based on a Ford F100 pickup truck 1964 model year, powered by a new Chevrolet V8 engine that comes with a turbo backed by automatic transmission and has only 1200 miles on it, indeed highly performance-oriented.
The pics confirm it is the coolest custom with a patina look, solid body frame, no dent, and rust-free. The interior looks okay, a bit less for seat material, but seems all panel instruments and indicators have been updated. The engine as the best part of the whole, seems to get a lot of attention for it. Overall it could be the nicest finishing of the custom 1964 Ford F100 classic truck project on trade today, asking $16000 location in Texas.
Details by owner
I am selling my Stunning 1964 F-100 Custom Truck. This truck was built with Performance in mind, with 1,200 miles logged since completion. Recently rebuilt with the Rat Rod theme, New Chevy Crate Engine 350 V-8, New Turbo automatic transmission with 3.00 rear end gears. The engine was professionally installed, steel forged crank, aluminum forged pistons, competition cam, double hump heads, polished push rods, hydraulic lifters, high volume oil pump, power steering, power disc brakes, electronic ignition, performance headers, dual electric fans, 4-barrel Edelbrock carburetor, New Flow Master dual exhaust system, sounds great. This Custom Truck runs Fantastic, wait until you get behind the wheel and feel that Heart Pumpin' idle. The truck was painted in Patina and highlighted with the Classic Texaco Icon brand for that perfect Rat Rod look. The paint job came out Excellent, see photos. This is one of the Coolest trucks in the Southwest area, the drivers cabin was kept original, for that Rustic look and feel. We added a new CD stereo system and a Microphone shifter. You can drive this truck anywhere in the Country with comfort. For the enthusiasts here is a piece of history, this truck was built in Dallas Texas at the Ford Plant in 1964. For more specific information please here on craigslist