This 1956 Ford F100 is a competent cruiser that can be driven anywhere with confidence. With just over 7000 miles on the truck since the build was completed, you can be confident that it’s been shaken down and is ready to rock.
Cosmetically, the truck is very clean with a quality paint job and a nice mild custom interior. Classic Instruments gauges are an accurate edition/upgrade over the originals and you’ll never be hot in the summer with the ice cold AC system. The truck has custom door panels, carpeting, kick panels and headliner.
The Chevy 350 engine stays nice and cool with the oversized radiator complete with electric fans. The motor has a trick looking Edelbrock tri power set up. She’s very responsive around town as well as out on the open road. The engine exhales through a set of Hooker headers that extend into a FlowMaster exhaust system. The tranny is a Turbo 400 and the rear end was built with 3.50 posi gearing.
Driving the truck is a breeze. The front end has been converted to Camaro subframe which has huge advantages over the stock straight axle. The F100 has front power discs and power steering so it’s a cinch to put around town. Our on the highway, easy 70 to 80 MPH cruising is achieved with 3.50 gears.
Chevy 350 engine with an Edelbrock Tri-Power set up and intake
Edelbrock Tri-Power carb set up
Power steering + tilt steering wheel
Classic Instruments Gauges
Front power disc brakes
Power bed lid
American Racing wheels
For the Ford truck enthusiast, this F100 can be driven anywhere an actually enjoyed as a serious driver.