1955 Ford PickUp F100
351 crate motor
In the '50s, Ford F100 was simply a pickup truck designed to put in a full day's work without any complain. Now days they are highly a collectables car that make very nice rides. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas present to you this 1955 Ford F100 Pickup Truck.
Built and put together not long ago, this burgundy paint captures great curves of the Ford's design. The 1955 pickup styling was clean and modern, but it had way more to it, it looked more like a truck, tough, solid, practical and handsome explaining its success when new and also as a collector vehicle.
Classic chrome 5-spoke Panther Juice wheels in place and Toyo tires. Restored recently, but not a frame off restoration, fit and finish in some parts is fair and in others needs some more work. The front grille is an example of how good the design back in the 50s was. The bed is still in need of work. Also the 4 holes in the top of the side rails need addressing.
A grey leather custom bucket seats, and a black/silver painted dashboard contrast nicely with the red paint outside. To add more upgrades to the truck, power windows are in place and A/C as well. A more modern gauge cluster is displayed, all of them are in working order.
The doors open with a remote control. Vintage Air cools the cab. The window on the passengers side is not working currently, one complete floor mat compliments the interior for a better look. Pop the hood open and you will find a 351 crate V8 engine.
The undercarriage is solid and in good condition throughout.