1972 Ford F-100
This is a very solid old truck. It runs and drives great! I took it for a good long test cruise on the Blue Ridge Parkway recently and it did great. Temp stayed on the C for cold as I climbed up to 6000ft above see level. Previous owner got the brakes completely rebuilt including lines. It got drums all around. The factory 302 runs perfectly. I assume it has never been rebuilt but it doesn't smoke or burn oil and runs strong and smooth. Previous owner also installed an Edelbrock performer intake, Edelbrock 4 barrel carb and long tube headers and dual exhaust which is in great shape.I converted it over to a late 70's style Ford electronic ignition for reliability.I just bought a new set of Kenda tires for it. They have about 50 miles on them; all from my cruise on the Parkway. I've spent the last 10 months restoring the body. It did have some rust down low but I cut every bit of it out and replaced it with steel. In a couple of the interior shots you can see the some of the repairs. I only ground down the welds on the exterior patches. I took a lot of time on the metal work. Everything is butt welded where appropriate and I made sure water can drain out everywhere it needs to.Paint is actually 2017 Fiat green. It's a brand new paint job. I have not cut, rubbed, or waxed or even washed it yet. Does have a couple small runs but these can be sanded out if you care, or I might end up doing that before auction is over. The frame was in good shape. Just a little surface rust which I sanded off and treated and painted.Bumpers are straight, and it's got the non-step rear bumper which is cool. Chrome is worn on the horizontal surfaces but not flaking and they still look ok.All the glass is good and was all removed for the restoration. Has all new weatherstripping.I reupholstered the seat and Installed a new one piece floor mat.Wiring harness is in good shape and has never been messed with. All the gauges work. Most all the lights work. The clicker doesn't work on the left turn signal but that's and easy fix. Gauge lights and interior lights work although you have to twist it to the sweet spot on the light switch. Switch is just getting old. Reverse lights are still hooked to the column shifter even though it was converted to a floor shift. I think the column shifter is actually ok if you want to convert it back to that. Horn is hooked to a button under the steering column. Am radio seems to work but can't quite find a channel. Antenna maybe?I've been honest and listed every little thing I can think of. All this stuff is super minor for a vintage truck.I could fix these things but I'd rather sell it as a good solid driver that a person can afford to buy.I've had good luck dealing with Ebay members. I don't require a pay pal deposit, just cash when you pick it up. If you're getting it shipped just send me a certified check beforehand. Don't destroy my faith in mankind! Feel free to ask questions and thanks for looking!