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Price:     $52,995
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Make: Ford
Model: F-100
Body type: Pickup Truck
Condition: Used
Mileage: 665
Engine: 350 V8
Exterior Color: Blue
Interior Color: Gray
Fuel type: Gasoline
Location: Concord, North Carolina
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 (844) 657-6321(844) 657-6321 Visit eBay Store 123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930313233343536373839404142434445464748495051525354555657585960616263646566676869707172of72 Full size photosVideo Full size photosVideo classic vintage chrome short bed truck lowered SBC automatic transmission Stock #: 7902-CHA Exterior Color: Peacock Blue Interior Color: Gray Body Type: Pickup Truck Transmission: 4 Speed Automatic Drivetrain: RWD Engine: 350 V8 Mileage: 665 Vehicle Original VIN : F10D4N13637You can buy new trucks on the showroom floor that aren't as dialed-in, great-looking, and all-day comfortable as this 1954 Ford F-100. And we can safely assume that none of them come with a matching enclosed trailer. Packing plenty of V8 power, a high-visibility paint job punctuated with some excellent vintage pinstripes, and plenty of creature comforts that vastly improve the ride experience, this turn-key Ford pickup is one of those rare haulers that really can do it all. There's no denying that the mid-50s Ford pickups were some of the best-looking tools ever built. With a slightly aggressive, forward-canted attitude up front, lowered stance, and reworked step side bed out back, the curvy bodywork of this fully restored 2nd generation F-Series truck manages to perfectly balance that classic American pickup look with a sporty, upgraded curb appeal. A vivid paint job is a must if you want to showcase your ride, and the Peacock Blue finish on this hauler is flat-out impressive. Art Deco and pastel colors always work best on '50s-era rides, and the modern materials used to coat the curvy bodywork elevate this F-100 to another level. Bright paint is the perfect complement for the stock clamshell hood, round fenders and quarters, and redesigned doors on the '54 pickup, with a smooth, uniform look that practically glows as it cruises down the street. Fit and finish are great driver-quality all around, and while it does show some signs of age and imperfections, it's exactly the kind of strong driver-quality truck you can get in, turn the key, and drive cross-country while collecting thumbs-up gestures along the way. Note how well the big doors fit, how the big domed hood sits almost perfectly flush with the fenders, and the step plates on the running boards are period-perfect touches that weren't forgotten during the restoration. Vintage-style, hand-drawn pinstripes on the hood, cab, and tailgate add a ton of character to the build, and the inside of the bed wa...

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Location: Concord, North Carolina