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1965 Ford F100 for sale - Morgantown, Pennsylvania

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FOR SALE: 1965 Ford F100 $12,900 USD
Morgantown, PA

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1965 Ford F100 Pickup In 1925 the Ford Motor Company introduced the first pickup based on the Model T Runabout. Ford offered the rear pickup box separately at their dealer parts department for $25.00. The box was then bolted onto the back of the vehicle as an accessory. Since the box was picked up at the parts department by the customer, the term pickup took hold for this style of vehicle. Later the box was installed at the factory and evolved into today\'s pickup trucks. For consignment, a Ford F-100 pickup truck right out of 1965, ready for restoration, but with much of the work already done for you. A body that is close to being ready for paint, a rebuilt engine and transmission, new brakes, and all the trim is included. About the only things you\'ll need to source are the bed floor and a windshield. These trucks seem to be very popular at Classic Auto Mall lately, so it is suggested you show up sooner rather than later for your chance to have it permanently in your collection. Exterior The beneficiary of full on rust remediation to the cab with all weld in panels, we are just a few steps away from sanding and prep for paint. Up front is the well recognized stainless egg crate grille with a tarnished bumper just below. Leading back from the grille is an expansive hood with recessed holes for the Ford logo and is FORD spelled out between the parking lights in chrome block lettering. Moving along to the bed, we see long slab steel sides in faded blue and white with an opening down low on the passenger\'s side for the factory tool box. Sans tailgate, we can peer into the bed and note the flooring is in need of replacement due to invasive rust along with surface rust on the wheel wells and bed sides. Adorning each corner are 15-inch drilled and lightly polished aluminum wheels for the go-fast look. Interior A partial restoration here too, we start with a low back bench seat covered with a clean tan vinyl stretching from door to door. New blue carpeting covers the floor and the door panels are a mix of blue and primer gray steel. The steel dash remains factory Ford with a full metal jacket and a blue painted column grows toward the driver and is topped with the factory light blue plastic steering wheel. Adding some contrast, a white bezel sits in front of the driver and holds the factory gauge cluster within. Underneath, mounted in the white steel dash front are a bevy of chrome trimmed knobs and pulls and dash central displays the factory AM radio. More blue steel for the headliner and we note the cab clearance lights have not been wired in. Drivetrain Perhaps one of the cleanest, simplest engine bays seen in a while. All finished in more blue and black and holding within is a freshly rebuilt 390ci V8 all bathed in Ford Blue. Feeding this mill is a 4-barrel Holley carburetor via an aluminum intake and some chrome for the air cleaner lid dresses up the engine just perfectly. Attached to the back is a freshly rebuilt heavy duty FMX 3-speed automatic transmission sending power to a Ford 9 rear axle with 31 spline axles. Undercarriage Very solid with a fine mix of patina, solid steel framing and surface rust on the usual suspects. The stock twin I-beam, radius arm and coil spring suspension provides the ride up front and in the back are leaf springs with drum brakes seen all around. Our consignor notes that the suspension as well as the brakes and brake lines have all been rebuilt. Dual exhaust with stock style mufflers handles the exhale and creates a wonderful melodious tune. Drive-Ability My partner in crime and I could not wait to dive into this beauty, and it did not disappoint. Donning our driving goggles and leather helmets, she fired right up, and it was off to the test track. Here she showed us her stuff with snappy acceleration, good handling, and bias free stopping power. Inside was a little bit louder than we\'re used to, but that\'s to be expected without a windscreen


  • Price$12,900 USD
  • Odometer80280
  • Body Stylepickup_truck
  • Stock #5510

Price History

Original Price$12,900
Listed Price$12,900

Excluding price changes of less than $100.

About This Dealership:

6180 Morgantown Road
Morgantown, PA

Classic Auto Mall is a world class consignment house located in southeastern Pennsylvania with indoor showroom space for up to 1,000 collectable and special interest vehicles offered for sale. We are conveniently located just west of Philadelphia.

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