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1971 Ford Truck F-100 on 2040-cars

Year:1971 Mileage:90000
Location:

Copperhill, Tennessee, United States

Copperhill, Tennessee, United States

The Wife Said It had to go I really need to get rid of it before the New Year so I have relisted it in hopes it would move quickly. 

This 1971 Ford F-100 just had a frame off restored 2 months ago.  It was bought new from Higdon Howell Ford in Copperhill Tn and I purchased the truck about a year ago and started restoring it.  I also have the original title along with the original paper work that came from the dealership along with the original key and key chain.  This truck has the original 302 with the original trans and rear end.  The motor runs great trans shifts good all attached to magna flow exhaust.  The frame was striped and painted with all new brake lines.  The front has disk brakes and the rear has drum brakes and they are new.  It has new Cragar S/S wheel with new tires. The paint is straight and a gorgeous red.  It has new chrome bumpers on front and back.  The bed has a raptor sprayed in bed liner.  The interior has two bucket seats with a center console that folds up into a third seat. Purchased from Summitt Racing New dash pad new headliner new gauges new steering wheel new carpet and a new radio.  There is nothing wrong with this truck it is a brand new truck.  There is not one rust spot this truck is as close to perfect as one can get. Has a back up camera in the rear view Mirror.

If you have Questions email or call 706-455-4939

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