1964 Ford F100 shop truck patina rat

Price: - Item location: Maryville, Tennessee, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: F-100
  • Type: Standard Cab Pickup
  • Year: 1964
  • Mileage: 9,650
  • Color: Green Patina
  • Engine size: 4.6
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1964 Ford F-100

This truck retains the original rot free cab, front clip and short box. It all sits on the original frame which was blasted and sprayed with POR satin black finish. Here's the best part - the original straight front axle and rear were removed and the front subframe and entire drivetrain were installed from a donor car. The donor was a 2008 P71 Crown Vic Interceptor. The 8.8 posi rear was hung with monoleafs and the frame was C notched. The 4.6 motor runs out awesome! The 4R75W transmission was rebuilt with upgraded components. The front has new 2" lower springs. The wiring harnes, fuseboxes, PCM and OBDII plug in was professionally installed in the truck along with new gauges and a GPS speedometer. The turn signal and high beam indicators are LED concealed in the dash. There is a new radio installed in the glovebox, the original radio is not functional, but is still in place. The tilt column and fly by wire throttle was installed from the donor vehicle. The original seat was recovered in white vinyl and new carpet was installed. This beauty is right from the ground up. I have put over 9500 miles on it since it was completed. It also successfully completed the 2017 Hot Rod Power Tour long haul in June. This truck had zero issues and averaged 23 mpg. This runs and drives like a new vehicle, handles awesome and breaks the tires loose pretty easy. Its a blast to drive and gets a lot of attention. I hate to do it, but its time to let it go for bigger and better things. Have a clear Tennessee title in hand along with the clear certification from the anti theft department. For some reason, the title came back as a 1965, not sure why. Everything about the truck showed it to be a '64. It may be from when they originally titled it. Yes, there is a reasonable reserve on this.