1971 Ford F-100 Pickup on 2040-cars
Fallon, Nevada, United States
Really nice original numbers matching ford f100 with 99125 miles. This truck has original 360v8 and c6 auto transmission that was rebuilt at around 94000 miles also has factory working cold a/c. Have maintenance records from 1971 to present. I bought this truck from a lady who got it in a inheritance so I think I am the second registered owner. This truck has a few scratches and a couple dents their is a couple dents on the hood which the worst one is pictured on the r/h corner. The rear l/h chrome strip and reflector on rear quarter panel has some damage also pictured. I have everything to put this truck totally original which includes wheels, steering wheel, hubcaps, rear bumper, original dist. cap and points, and towing mirrors. I put petronics electronic ignition, wheels, rear bumper, mirrors, and steering wheel. This truck has been garaged kept its whole life as you can see in the pics. If their are any questions or request for more pics please feel free to call me at 775 980 7059. Buyer will be responsible for shipping. Payment accepted cashiers check, money order, personal check and or cash in hand at time of pickup. $500 deposit within 7 days of auction close.
Ford F-100 for Sale
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Ford has quite a party ready for the Goodwood Festival of Speed starting on June 27. Not only is the 2015 Mustang going to be driving in front of the European public for the first time, the Blue Oval is also unveiling its 2015 refresh for the Focus ST.
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Official details about the latest Focus hot hatch are practically nonexistent at this point. Ford's teaser image shows narrower headlights, and the company says that the ST also benefits from the technical and quality improvements from the refreshed standard model, which likely means an even more Aston-Martin-like grille. However, any improvements for the power or handling are a mystery for now.
Ford will even give visitors to the festival the chance to drive the new ST - at least virtually. Gran Turismo 6 kiosks will be on hand with the hot hatch loaded up to race the Goodwood Hill Climb. There will also be real-time races between former Stig Ben Collins in the real ST challenging a player up the hill in the game.
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The bigger challenge is tuning the regenerative braking right. While hybrid drivers may be a little more adventurous, when it comes to getting a hang of regen braking, conventional buyers might not be so open-minded. The systems have a tendency to be a little grabby at first and then taper off at very low speeds. Ford needs to make sure it's just right to avoid turning off buyers.
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Rather than turn to the tired flathead or the common Chevrolet small block, Burroughs plucked a 4.0-liter V8 from a 1995 BMW 7 Series. With 300 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of torque, the engine has no trouble shuffling the old A around town. He had to build a custom chassis to get everything to cooperate, but the result is a 1,500-pound heathen that looks built to harass dry lake beds. You can check it out in the video below. Be warned, the soundtrack by Hanni el Khatib may not be safe for work - awesomeness of this caliber rarely is.