Classic 1964 FORD F-100 Pickup V-8 w/Overdrive

Price: US $9,400.00 Item location: Choctaw, Oklahoma, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: F-100
  • Type: Standard Cab Pickup
  • Trim: Custom Cab
  • Year: 1964
  • Mileage: 5,806
  • VIN: F10CK493660
  • Color: Tan
  • Engine size: 292 V-8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Regular unleaded
  • Transmission: 3 speed manual with Overdrive
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Tan and White
  • Safety options: Seat belts
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1964 Ford F-100

Very Clean and Mechanically sound pickup in eye-catching condition. It looks, sounds, and runs great!

1964 Ford F-100 Pickup Long Wide Bed (1964 was the last year with solid front Axle.)

Extraordinary Condition. 292 V-8, 3 Speed column shift Manual transmission upgraded with T85N Overdrive. Great Paint with Clear Coat. Very Solid, Straight, and Real Sharp.


  • Valve job
  • Rebuilt Transmission and Overdrive. (Note: I have unhooked the OD circuit to the switch under the accelerator pedal and installed a toggle switch that permits manual switching in and out of overdrive).
  • Dual exhaust with Red’s Ceramic Coated Headers, twin glass pack mufflers, and SS exhaust pipe tips.
  • Electronic Ignition
  • Oil pressure and Manifold Vacuum gauges.
  • Slight RV cam (0.020 - 0.025 lift)
  • Radio, heater, lights, signals, wipers, and Speedometer all work. (speedometer reading is overstated by 3% due to slightly increasedtire size
  • Great Glass. Has been replaced.
  • Both doors have covered storage boxes in them ( Ford supplied option at the time)
  • Clear powder- coated aluminum side Trim
  • Heavy-duty White Powder-Coated rear bumper with switchable back up/work lights
  • Sliding Rear Window and a Rifle Rack
  • Dual chamber master cylinder that actuates electric trailer brakes on trailers. Tekonsha Brake Controller.
  • Wired for 7 pin trailers.
  • Receiver type trailer hitch.
  • The front grill and headlight doors (Frames) are chromed steel. New Chrome front bumper.
  • Large Stainless Steel truck mirrors
  • Working CB on removable slide out.
  • Lockable aluminum Camper shell (includes custom made spring web bed)
  • Original Dealer installed A/C under dash. Just finished converting to 134a. Installed new compressor, Hose Fittings, and dryer.
  • Full Bed Rubber Mat over an excellent metal bed floor with no rust or damage.
  • SS Ford Full Wheel covers.
  • New B.F. Goodrich Long Trail Tires. 235-75R-15. (less than 500 miles on them)


Here is a nice solid truck that is noticed whenever it’s driven.

Southern Oklahoma Truck. I’m the second owner and have owned this pickup since January of 1971. I have kept it garaged and out of the weather. Relocated to South Carolina in 1993. Used the truck to trailer 2 horses back there. After a valve job in 1996, we trailered the 2 horses back from Columbia, S.C. to Oklahoma City, Okla. We unloaded the horses and then drove the truck to California and back for a nice vacation trip. It did very well. In 1999, I started “Dolling it up”. I installed an RV cam, had the Transmission & O.D. rebuilt by Blumenthals in Oklahoma City, installed Red’s Headers, and converted to Electronic Ignition. Tory’s in Harrah, Okla put a great paint job (The Color is Code T: Navajo Beige) on it and then Clear Coated it. All the chrome is new and spectacular. (The Grill and Headlight Frames were chromed by Ramos in Oklahoma City). The aluminum side trim was refurbished and Clear powder-coated. It has a heavy-duty rear bumper that is White Powder-Coated with switched lights for backing-up or connecting trailers at night.

I started painting on the interior and then I bought some land and a 1958 Massey Ferguson tractor and gave the truck less attention. The interior is clean, basic, and very usable. The seats are in great shape physically and have new saddle blanket covers over them. The pickup has only been driven 2,900 miles since 2002.

I have a lot of maintenance notes/receipts since 1971 and good shop manuals (which are included in this sale). I have never used gas with any ethanol in the truck.

Now, for the "Rest of the Story":

  • In 1977, I backed the open driver door into a woodpile and sprung it. The Ford garage repaired it but the door would open a little too far. I installed rubber bumpers on the door arms. (see photos; closed door and door arms)
  • I bought a used 1963 steering wheel to replace the age-cracked one. It doesn’t quite go all the way down so the horn brush won’t stay in place. Horn circuit is good but horn ring won’t sound the horn.
  • There was a very small amount of rust bubble on the left rear bottom of the cab and also on the outside center of the tailgate when I had the truck painted in 2000. The Paint job work eliminated the problem and no rust has returned in all these years…it looks to be no problem.
  • Slight amount of oil drips from rear of motor. Every 292 engine that I’ve owned (I’ve had 6 over the years) have all done this. (The amount is immeasurable but irritating since it’s on a cement floor.)
  • The door weather stripping seems to have shrunk a little with age. The last time I washed the truck, I noticed that some water had leaked onto the floor mat. Nothing serious …fresh weather strip would make it right.
  • In 1973, I had some metal welded in to repair the driver’s side floorboard. (the A/C drain hose had leaked water under the floor mat and rusted it before I bought it in 1971)
  • The cardboard headliner has a glue repair of a tear.
  • The Ceramic coated Headers have some rust specs on them.
  • The following ADDITIONAL parts are included with the pickup:

    One pair of Ford door storage compartments with trim pieces.

    12 Stainless wheel covers.

    3 O.D. governors and 2 O.D. solenoids.

    Complete Instrument cluster

    Two 2 barrel Carburetors: a Ford and a Holley

    Working Radio

    Original Oil Bath Air Cleaner,

    Original Valve Covers, (Powder coated blue)

    Original Exhaust manifolds (this 292 originally used a crossover pipe) for single exhaust.

    One pair of original aluminum head light frames and pair of powder coated headlight buckets.

    Misc Trim pieces

    I have not made any modifications that involved cutting on the body. Nothing has been permanently modified on this truck; just parts change-outs and/or bolt-ons including non-traditional items such as those used in "chroming up" the motor or improving appearance, reliability, and performance.

    It is a mechanically sound vehicle and I would not hesitate to drive it on a major road trip.

    INTERIOR: I installed a Manifold Vacuum gauge and an Oil Pressure gauge in the instrument cluster. The steering wheel is from a 1963 Ford truck that was better than the original one. It doesn’t set low enough for the horn brush to make contact so the horn won’t honk from the steering wheel. The circuit works and will operate a pair of loud electric truck horns. It still has the original Cardboard headliner. The seats are in fine shape mechanically/physically and are covered with a new set of slip- over saddle blanket seat covers. Both doors have large plastic storage compartments with leatherette flaps.

    EXTERIOR : I had the truck painted in 2000 (Including under the hood). It is the original color called Navajo Beige. I had it clear coated. Very glossy with no touched up areas. The paint job is spectacular. The body is straight. No body repairs needed. The exterior aluminum trim is has been touched up with red paint and then clear powder coated. The windshield was replaced and is tinted. The body is very straight and shiny with no dents, chips or rust bumps under the paint.

    DRIVE TRAIN: Changed out the original motor block in 1980 with a hand-picked short block (my Dad was a mechanic and knew the rebuilder). The Overdrive unit was updated to a T85N in 1994. The engine and drive train was upgraded/rebuilt 2002.

    TERMS: This auction is in US dollars. The vehicle is being sold where is/as is with no warranty of any type given or implied in any way. I have described the Truck and its history to the best of my ability/knowledge for information purposes only. This information does not constitute a warranty of any kind and I do not warrant the accuracy of it. I do have years of receipts and certainly encourage serious bidders to inspect and drive it before the end of the auction.

    I reserve the right to cancel the auction at any time before it ends as the vehicle is for sale locally.

    Successful bidder will pay $300 Non-Refundable Deposit via PayPal or cash at my bank within 48 hrs of close of Auction. The balance should be received into my bank account within 10 days of close of Auction. If not, the vehicle will be re-listed and sold again and the deposit will be forfeited. All funds must be in my bank account prior to the vehicle being picked up. Please e-mail any questions before auction ends.

    I strongly recommend that you insure the vehicle immediately upon purchase as I will not be responsible for any damages incurred after auction ends and I have received payment in full.

    I am not responsible for any fees, or taxes or any out-of-pocket costs associated with this sale. Buyer is responsible for all state, county, city taxes and fees, as well as title/registration fees in the state that the vehicle will be registered.

    Shipping, coordination, and all related costs are the Buyer’s responsibility. Vehicle must be paid in full before it leaves my shop. I will not be responsible for shipping but will work with your shipping company. Pick-up arrangements (by the Buyer or the shipping company) must be coordinated in advance to insure my availability. Also, local delivery may be possible within 250 miles of zip code 73020 for an extra charge.

    I can store the pickup in my shop at no charge (and with zero responsibility for damages) for up 4 weeks to allow buyer time to pick it up.


    Overall, a clean and classy vehicle that is a hoot to drive.
    I’m selling it because I don’t drive it much anymore (I estimate only 3,000 miles in the last 13 years and maybe 600 miles in the last 4 years. The speedometer works now but the total mileage reading is incorrect. It has 5,806 miles showing on it currently.

    When we bought a farm in 2002, this fine truck became less of a priority to me. Now, it’s taking up a valuable spot in my shop since I bought a 1958 Massey Ferguson tractor and want to park it there instead..

    In my judgment, this truck is mechanically sound. With its new tires, upgraded AC, and new carb kit, it is ready to use. Buyer might consider flying to Oklahoma City and driving the pickup home after checking belts, hoses, wiper blades, etc. due to their age (not their usage)

    Please check my E-Bay ratings. My seller ratings include the sale of a 1964 ½ Mustang convertible.

    If you need additional information, call or text me (Ron) at 405-488-4865.

    Thanks and good luck!