1964 ford f100 hot rod

Price: US $100.00 Item location: Clearfield, Utah, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: F-100
  • Year: 1964
  • Mileage: 0
  • VIN: F10CR446195
  • Color: Gray
  • Engine size: 429
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1964 Ford F-100

Up for sale is my 1964 ford F100 Hot Rod! This truck has A LOT done to it already, just needs to be put back together. Truck has a Mustang front end with power steering, disc brakes with the larger rotors, all new springs as well as a new power steering rack ( all hooked up to the steering column.) I do have a newly rebuilt power steering pump along with the new power steering hoses that will bolt to the power steering rack. It has been C-notched in the rear to get down to that nice stance. It has a 429 ford big block that is bolted down to the motor mount towers and bolted to the C-6 auto transmission. The motor came out of a very good running 1970 Thunderbird that came stock with 360 HP, (should push that little truck around very well!) I have a good windshield for it along with a good back window, I also have brand new window gaskets for the windshield and back window. I do not have the door glass for it. The body is very good, very minimal rust on the bottom of the doors, the major rust on the truck is on the inside of the bed towards the cab ( shown in the pictures), other than that I could not see any other rust on the truck. Floors, cab mounts, inner wheel wells are really solid. What it will need to be road worthy, I have a drive line for it but it will need to be shortened, It needs a shifter for it, and it will need exhaust, as well as a radiator. I do have a couple radiators that we can see if we can make one work for it that I would throw in with the truck. I believe it has all the plug wires for the headlights and taillights there. It needs the alternator, I was just going to purchase the One wire Chevy alternator for the easiness. It needs the rear shock plates welded on to the frame. Its definitely a project! but for the right person you could have it back on the road in no time, or turn it in to that frame off project to restore. I'm sure I have left something out so don't be afraid to ask. Thanks for looking! I do have clear title. I just purchased another project and don't have the time, the energy or the money to do both. ( the front nose is just set on that's why it doesn't look right in the pictures.