1978 Ford F-100
Custom, unique, and quite affordable, this 1978 Ford F-100 is the kind of truck you've always dreamed of owning, and it's never been more obtainable than right now. They really started with the right place for a custom pickup like this. Ford's new for 1978 face is part of a rare two-year design, and the round headlights are even rarer. So it's something that's always in-demand. The Candy Apple Red Metallic paint they used for this custom presentation looked so nice that they even applied it to places like the grille, headlight surrounds, and bumper. It gives this classic a very modern look, and that continues on plenty more custom pieces like the flush tailgate, rolled rear pan, and the clear headlights and taillights. While the red has a terrific shine all on its own, they also left room for proper American-style brightwork. You see it in places like the exhaust tips, upgraded door mirrors, and the large 20-inch Cruiser alloys. This total presentation is stunning, but you can still use this truck for true work thanks to the protective liner paint in the bed. Inside the bright exterior red continues, and now it's joined by a tasteful black. You see this everywhere, including the dash, doors, and carpeting. It's so thorough that even the custom seats follow the two-tone. In fact, this one really feels like something special thanks to the high-back buckets that are power adjustable and even have an armrest center console in-between. Plus, there are other great upgrades like cup holders, a wood & chrome steering wheel, and an AM/FM/CD stereo that glows as red as the truck's color. When you look under the hood, you're going to see something distinct. Rarely do we see the 4.9-liter (300ci) inline six powerplant anymore, and this is believed to be original to the truck. In fact, this truck came originally came from the Charlotte ordering district. So it's hard not to love the extra hint of originality among all this custom work. They made sure to highlight the uniqueness of this motor with a huge investment in the engine bay. The exterior-matching walls have great details like the painted jack. And even many of the motor's details match the exterior metallic red! This isn't a speed demon of a motor, but it's also no slouch (remember, the Mustang is famous for its 302ci motor.) What this allows for is plenty of torque to get the job done. Plus, there's an upgraded radiator, a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes. So this custom classic is also a great any time cruiser. Something that looks this nice and is so thoughtfully built is rarely this affordable. So don't miss your chance, call today!