Sharp Vintage Ford! 292 V8, 3 On The Tree Manual Trans, Nice Stock Pickup!
they look cool, they pack V8 power, and they can still do some work on weekends, making them a great way to justify owning a vintage vehicle. This 1965 Ford F-100 seems happy to do whatever you ask: it runs great, it looks like an old truck should look, and it doesn’t mind hauling your stuff.
The bench seat is wrapped with a period-perfect vinyl cover that cleans things up a bit inside, and everywhere you look, things are original and durable. The big white steering wheel and column-mounted shifter for the 3-speed manual transmission are ideal for a vintage pickup, while the big all-in-one gauge packs all the essential instruments, neatly embossed inside a bright white panel that continues the two-tone color combination and really shines things up inside. Durable vinyl mats on the floor below means clean-up is easy, neatly painted door panels at the flanks do a great job of making things look a bit more sophisticated inside, and there’s even a white headliner up top that ties everything together perfectly.
A Ford 9-inch rear end should last virtually forever and it sits on painted steel wheels adorned with Ford ‘baby moon’ hubcaps, all of which are wrapped in 215/75/15 whitewall radials to help with the sporty demeanor. This is not some perfect show truck, but if you’re looking for a survivor-grade pickup with a lot of style, this is a fine example. With good maintenance and conscientious ownership throughout the years, you can drive this ‘ol bruiser with confidence for years to come.