1964 Ford F100 Custom Hot Rod Pickup Truck 5.0 Resto/Custom/Mod LQQK

Price: US $8,700.00 Item location: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: F-100
  • Trim: Styleside 2DR Custom
  • Year: 1964
  • Mileage: 2
  • VIN: F10BR451807
  • Engine size: 5.0L 302 V8 Modified Roller
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1964 Ford F-100

1964 Ford F100 Custom

This truck has been completely gone through and was built from the ground up with all new components, please see list below. Below that you'll find more detailed info. Please don't hesitate to let me know if you have any questions. Best Regards!

Under the Hood:

86’ 5.0L (302cid) roller motor converted to carburetor – rebuilt, painted

Edelbrock performance high rise manifold & carb - new

Performance T-5 (5 speed manual trans)

Tube headers - new

HEI Distributor - new

1-Wire alternator - new

Mustang radiator - new

94’ Mustang power master cylinder - new

Summit proportioning valve - new

Smoothed wheel wells and firewall

Fuel pressure regulator and gauge


03’ Crown Vic aluminum front crossmember

Power rack and pinion - new

Chassis stripped, sealed, and painted black, body undercoated

Front disk brakes, rear rebuilt drums

Custom driveshaft - new

3.89 9” Ford rear

Dual Thrush mufflers coming off of wrapped lake pipes - new

Stainless brake lines - new

Summit performance electric fuel pump - new

Urethane spring bushings - new

Body mounts & bolts - new

Air adjustable shocks and helper springs - new


Dynamat pads and liners coat the floor, firewall, roof, and rear bulkhead - new

Old Air under dash AC unit - new

Custom made saddle leather bomber bench w/ matching visors and kick panels - new

Looped carpet - new

Aftermarket tilt steering column - new

94’ Mustang pedal box

Hurst short throw shifter, long arm, and ball - new

Stewart Warner gauges - new

Under dash lights - new

Aftermarket fuse box and wiring - new

Headliner - new

Burlap and Surplus OD Cordura dash and panel coverings


Shaved trim, emblems, gas filler, mirrors

Swan hot rod mirrors - new

Pancaked roof (like a 63’)

Modified “Medium Bed”

Herculined bed - newly done, not faded

Spun aluminum Mooneyes style 15 gallon gas tank w/ gauge - new

Windshield - new

Side glass (slight green tint) and gaskets - new

Sliding tinted rear window - new

Lights and lenses - new

Bullet aluminum wiper covers - new

Cast aluminum hood scoop with screen - new (sits right over the air cleaner and there's hood ingress via a few large holes, so it is functional)

05’ Mustang Bullitt rims - like new

Bed mounted battery & case - new

Additional parts:

Rear roll pan - new

Rear bumper - great condition

Spare set of drums and pads - new

Spare tie rod ends - new

Interior door trim and template

Door gaskets (spare) - new

Fuel Pump Relay, harness, inertia switch - new

Dome Light - new (wiring ran if you'd like to hook it up)

Wiper Assembly

Arm Rests & matching leather covers - new

3/4 of a gallon of the silver single stage paint and the catalyst

And more, too much to list.

This project started with a rust free chassis which was cleaned, treated, and painted. An 03’ Crown Victoria front crossmember added for handling, stance, disc brakes, and power steering. The sheet metal is from a west coast (rust-free) donor vehicle that had some custom work done to it. The bed was extended slightly in order to be able to fit a late model tonneau cover so we modified our chassis to work. The body man that did the custom work also painted the body silver with a single stage paint and it sat that way for a while. The paint is a little rough and there are some anomalies, paint fills, a few scratches, a couple dents in the hood, etc., although from a few feet back it takes on a vintage aircraft type luster. We decided to leave the paint as is and let it age and patina naturally like an Icon type build, while updating all of the underpinnings, etc. -- keeping the charm and period look of a vintage vehicle. We were inspired by dry lakes cars, military vehicles, and aviation.

I have a new roll pan for it as well as a rear bumper that matches the front, so just install the one you’d like.

The Old Air is completely hooked up inside (unit, controls, wiring, etc.). There is a compressor on the motor, but no condenser. The bulkhead for the AC is visible in the under hood picture, it just needs lines ran.

The miles on this truck were put on it to dial everything in. It fires right up, does not leak, rides great, and is EXTREMELY peppy! There is still plenty of “64” in it, but the modern underpinnings like the front end allow it to ride like a dream. The Dynamat keeps it quiet and mitigates heat and vibration. If you bang on the sheet metal it doesn’t sound like a tin can, and the doors close with a thud. The door seals are new, but I’m also including an additional set.

The Rake and Stance on this thing is perfection!

I have the title, it's being stored indoors, and it's on a trickle charger, so it’s ready to go! I have a young family and a new business so I just can’t afford to keep it and I need the space, so it needs to belong to someone that will enjoy and use it as it was meant to be used. The only condition I have is that if you are ever going to sell it, please let me have first dibs!

Buyer will need to arrange pickup, transport, etc.

If you have any questions at all, please contact me before bidding and I’ll be more than happy to address anything you may want to ask or chat about.

Reserve is not in the clouds, it's set substantially below what average comps have been over the last few months.

Best Regards!