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1965 Ford F100
$6,500.00
Exterior Color: White
Interior Color: Blue
Seat Material: Cloth
Restoration History: Unrestored
Interior Condition: Fair
Engine: Inline 6
Engine Size: 240
Engine History: Original
Transmission: Manual
Features: Custom stereo

1965 Ford f-100 flareside - unrestored - inline 6 cyl 240cid -- 150hp - 3 speed manual -- new clutch - new alternator & vr - white over original blue - original steel wheels - xm radio w/ loud speakers - it's a 50 year old truck that has been repainted once and except for the radio upgrade and seat upholstery, kept in running condition. Please do not have 'glam ride' expectations, though 'cool truck' will get yelled at you a lot, and everyone will say they want to buy it. I drive it and use it every day. I love it. It runs great just as it is, though it's a perfect candidate for a makeover. Some rust, lots of little issues, front seat was recovered at some point. This is not a broken project, but a running vehicle ready to be re-done. It belongs to one of my clients whose property i manage and he's ready to let it go and i already have four other vehicles; apparently five is 'too many'. Whatever. I have no idea what the true odometer reading is, so let's go with 124k since it reads 24k at the moment and when i changed the alternator last week it still had the original voltage regulator with the two copper coils in it which i had not seen since i was a little punk. Maybe it has more miles, but steel doesn't care about miles and anything rubber probably needs to be replaced at some point anyway. Please send me questions if i have missed anything that you would like to know. Useless trivia: built on the 'new for 1965' chassis that remained in production until 1979 thus many parts such as brakes, motor mounts, etc., are fully interchangeable = inexpensive parts. Will take Ford F100/150 wheels produced through 1996 via common 5.5 offset. Weight 3225 lbs. 104,605th 1965 f-100 manufactured, thus avoiding the 'early-build' issues. Built in norfolk, virginia more useless trivia: Ford updated its popular f-series pickup trucks in 1961, marking the venerable truck's fourth discrete generation. In the process, the f-100 received a revamped appearance with a stacked grille, a lower stance, and a brighter cab. The 1965 model year saw a heavily restyled front fascia and grille, with turn signals relocated to between the grille and the hood. Most importantly was also the introduction of an all-new chassis with the independent twin i-beam front suspension with coil springs along with a new flex-o-matic rear suspension which adjusts spring stiffness. This combination provided a much better ride quality and also helped to reduce tire wear --a staple of the Ford light-duty trucks until 1996. This 1965 Ford F100 is powered by its original numbers matching 240 cid inline 6 cylinder engine and is backed by a 3-speed manual transmission. The same year also saw a general modernization of the engines, with the six becoming a more durable yet lighter thin wall casting technology 240 six. The 1965-66 -- with a more comfortable ride and easier parts availability--tend to have the greatest values.

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