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1973 Ford F100
Interior Color:
Black Leather and Suede

Exterior Color:

Go to www.noreserveclassics.com to see over 30 High-Quality Photos and a Fully Interactive Virtual 360 Tour for this 1973 Ford F100 Supercharged Coyote Boss 302 Pro-Touring Restomod Truck and all of our other inventory! No Reserve Classics is proud to present to you our 1973 Ford F100 Supercharged Coyote Boss 302 Pro-Touring Restomod Truck! Upon purchasing this F100, the idea of a custom SEMA build was not enough preparation to prepare us for what was lurking behind a set of closed garage doors. With the press of a button, the garage doors began to lift up slowly as our jaw began to drop. Staring at us from behind was a Sadistic Iron Werks Grafted BOSS logo on the tailgate, and at that moment we were struck! The build concept began with a 1956 F-100 nicknamed Snakebit-by Gene Simmons. Wanting to leave another heavy mark in the industry, a 1973 Dentside F100 Farm Truck was bought. Paired with Ross Tyler of ART Photography, a vision was created and brought to life. With many obstacles to purchasing aftermarket parts, custom fabrication was the only option. With dreams of portraying an image in real life, and being showcased at the SEMA convention, blood, sweat, tears, and an unknown amount of money were about to be spent. With many ups and downs along the way; during the fabrication process, installing the Coyote engine with a Vortech Supercharger that wouldn\'t fit, and the shop doing the installation was unable to complete the project. With much disappointment and frustration, the tides were about to change. Hart Fab took over the build and made a phone call to Scott\'s Hotrods\' n Customs to order a Super Slam Independent Front Suspension that would be mated to a custom-built frame and a 4-linked rear end. From there, the build was on full steam ahead! Volkers Autobody took care of the paint and body, while Sew it Custom Automotive Interiors handled all of the custom upholstery. Upon finishing the build, it finally made its debut at SEMA! And it went without disappointment! With multiple magazine posts, including a front cover on Street Trucks, and multiple winning awards, this F100 isn\'t your daddy\'s Ford farm truck. The build didn\'t stop at SEMA either - it continued with even more major upgrades such as the painted flushed Kindig-it Handles, an upgraded Ford 6R80 6-Speed automatic transmission, and Ridetech Fully Adjustable Coilovers just to name a few! This F100 has had its bumpers fully tucked and chopped, all of its molding removed, and the wheel wells, badging, marker lighting, drip rails, and even door handles flushed out for a seamless look! Once that was completed a high gloss PPG Misano Red paint was applied to catch your eye from a mile away! Not to mention the one-of-a-kind Carbon fiber 20 staggered Strasse wheels with 12.5 rear wheels wrapped in 345mm wide high-performance Michelin tires! And if the looks from the exterior don\'t get your attention, what\'s underneath the hood will. A fully flush engine bay with custom hand-rolled steel at every corner highlights a Vortech Supercharged 5.0 Coyote engine with a BOSS 302 intake manifold sitting atop, that not only matches the red exterior paint but shouts out over 700hp and is connected to a Ford 6R80 6-speed automatic transmission. It\'s like looking at a fine piece of jewelry in its high-end glass display! If you\'re ever lucky enough to sit in or get a glimpse of the interior, every turn will surprise you. Sew it Seams made the fully matching custom upholstered leather and suede that showcases seating, door panels, dashboard, to the matching headliner - it just doesn\'t stop! The modern amenities seem to blend right in such as the Digital Dakota gauges, the Vintage Air Conditioning and Heating, and even custom RetroSound Bluetooth, with hidden speakers and a hidden subwoofer. If you think this truck stops there, you\'re wrong! With a full custom powder-coated frame, Scott\'s Hot Rod Pro-Touring Super Slammed Independent Front Suspension