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1969 Ford F-100 on 2040-cars

US $14,000.00
Year:1969 Mileage:500 Color: Green /

Bates City, Missouri, United States

Bates City, Missouri, United States

Frame off rotisserie build. Truck is mounted to 1988 Grand Marquis car frame, 302 fuel injected, auto trans.
Completed summer of 2018, less then 500 miles since completion.


- 1988 Mercury Grand Marquis Chassis

- Frame has not been modified between the wheelbase.

- Frame and suspension were sand blasted, epoxy primered and sprayed with satin black single stage urethane.

- 70000 actual miles on donor car

- Uncut, factory coil springs

- Ron Francis wire harness for ECM. American Autowire body harness

- Ridler 695 wheels, 20x10 rear, 18x8 front. Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 tires.

- Aluminum radiator, 5 blade steel fan and shroud.

- Power steering pump, starter, 100 amp alternator, master cylinder, steering box, water pump all new.

- New brake pads, calipers, wheel cylinders, spring sets, rotors and drums turned.

- New bearings in rear end, new wheel bearings in front.

- New Monroe shocks.

- New 2 1/2" exhaust, dumps in front of rear end.

- 1967 Mustang gas tank mounted in the back under the bed. External electric fuel pump mounted in front of tank
under hump cover. Retained factory grand marquis fuel lines and fuel filter set up.


- Body seems welded and smoothed

- Smoothed bed interior

- Hood nose modifed

- Rear bumper wrapped around bed and top filled

- Single stage Urethane, matte finish Indian turquoise paint

- Custom smooth inner fenders under hood and radiator support

- All new glass, rubber and weather stripping

- Custom rear view mirrors.

- Bumpers and grill painted with basecoat and cleared, color matched to the Ridler wheels.

- The underneath side of the cab, bed, and front inner fenders all coated with Extreme bedliner bed coating.
Inside of the cab was sprayed as well. The under side is black.

- The majority of the panel fasteners seen are stainless, button heads with stainless washers.

- All new door handles, park light and tail light lenses as well as fasteners, windshield wiper arms ect.


- Modified dash, ignition moved to passenger side. Custom radio insert, a/c controls and power window switches

- Intellitronix digital gauge cluster

- Vintage air/heat/defrost system

- Custom made arm rests with molded in door latch handles.

- Honda Odyssey center row van seat, new take out.

- Shoulder seat belts.

- CCP tilt column with Big Dog billet steering wheel

- ECM and Ron Francis distribution box mounted behind panel behind seat.

- Kenwood stereo, with 6' Kenwood speakers behind the seat, 2 1/2" JBL speakers mounted in dash.

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