1973 Ford F100 Pick-up
1973 Ford F100 Pick-up
|Mileage Indicated||2 601km|
|Engine||4.9ltr straight six|
|Interior Colour||Grey leather|
This Ford F100 pick-up belongs to the sixth generation of the Ford F-series, affectionately known as the ‘dentside Ford’. Its production spanned from 1973 to 1979. While the chassis retained its similarity to the previous generation, several safety improvements were incorporated, along with enhanced measures to combat corrosion.
A genuine relic of workhorse history, this Ford F100 boasts an array of original features, supplemented by a few custom enhancements. Its heart beats with a Straight Six Cylinder engine and a 3-speed column shift manual transmission. Once you become accustomed to the shifter, driving it becomes an absolute delight. Notable alterations have been made to the interior, reflecting some changes from its original state. Discovering a Ford F100 in such a well-preserved condition will undoubtedly prove to be a challenging feat, so ensure you seize the opportunity to place your bids.
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