1975 Ford F-150 Ranger XLT
Black and chrome makes this vintage pickup look like the midnight hero you've always wanted. But what's even better is that behind the looks of this great-looking 1975 Ford F-150 Ranger XLT are desirable features such a long bed and a big 460 V8. Highly detailed vintage pickups don't get much better than this. The more modern and professional application of the factory-correct Raven Black gives it a mirror shine that can only be matched with the best brightwork. And on the top-of-the-line Ranger trim, you get plenty of it. This one is complete with the big chrome bumpers, distinct rocker moldings, and an ornate tailgate. And the premium trim line that runs the full length of the truck not only looks great, but it also helps to highlight how straight this F-150 is. They even added newer polished 15-inch alloys to complete this full shining package. The bed looks fantastic, but this versatile long bed is still ready to work thanks to the bright bed rails and tie downs. There's even trailering mirrors and a hitch on the step bumper. Inside is a handsome and correct black interior. Rarely do we see the correct coated fabric seat inserts or the insignia trim on the bench anymore, so this really looks like a fantastically preserved/restored package. In fact, this one has a terrific time capsule appearance with correct premium XLT features like the wood-like trim through the interior. Even the factory AM/FM 8-track is still on display! The factory dual spoke steering wheel gives you a commanding view of the full gauge panel, so you feel in complete control. And while this one looks like a 1970s machine, modern R134a air conditioning means you feel as cool as you look. This is a J-code truck, and Ford people know that's important. It means this was built with the big daddy 460 cubic-inch V8. With this kind of lineage, it's great to see that big block displacement and four-barrel carburetor still under the hood. And you'll do more than just talk about the motor. It's presented in an exceptionally fresh condition with the bright blue on the block, valve covers, and air topper. Plus, all those factory decals make this looks like it's fresh from Ford's Louisville plant. It's the kind of presentation you'd expect from a vehicle that has averaged less than 1,600 miles annually over its lifetime. Maintenance was obviously a priority, and you can tell by the condition of everything from the dual exhaust to the twin I-beam front suspension seen in the undercarriage photos. And out on the road, the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes combine to make this a great all-around cruiser. The sale come complete with a Marti Report that proves how rare this preserved/restored truck is. It's distinct, powerful, and an all-around stunner, so don't miss your chance. Call today!!!