1975 F100 4x4
$17k In Upgrades
Full Rewire Upgrade
Excellent Running 390
Crisp Shifting 4 Speed Transmission
Power Steering & Power Brakes
BF Goodrich Radial All Terrain Tires
Heavy Duty Warn Winch
This '75 sits in the perfect spot for the 'paint capable' Ford Truck enthusiast. With tons of receipt documented work like a rebuilt engine & transmission, rebuilt steering, rebuilt 9" differential, new professionally installed wiring from LMC and a host of other rebuilt or replaced systems. The only thing left to do on this one is the cosmetics. Read on and see if this one is right for you.
The body on this truck is a bit uglier than it truly is. The panels are overall quite solid with just a bit of the normal rust on the rear bed corner. There are bumps & scrapes but not much in the way of collision damage. The tail gate should be replaced in our opinion, luckily good reproductions are available. It is presentable enough to drive & enjoy but could really be a knockout again with a good repaint.
Inside, this one is all business. Your gold standard seat cover sits over the usual tired upholstery. The frame is still good and the seat slides properly. The factory mat is long gone but the bright spot is how nice the floors are. They were just professionally repaired and shot with a coat of Wimbledon White.
Under the hood the 390 has about 16k miles on the receipt documented rebuild. The Edelbrock Performer aluminum intake and matching carburetor have clocked less than 3k miles. Thanks to a high-torque gear reduction starter the engine cranks effortlessly and fires nearly instantly. Receipt documentation shows a transmission rebuild, shifting is crisp and predictable.
The steering system has received a complete overhaul with a Redhead Steering box, Borgeson steering shaft, rebuilt pump, new tie rods and more. The whole system has less than 3k miles on it.
The truck was professionally re-wired by a reputable company using a kit from LMC. The electrical system is powered by a 1-wire high output alternator. The KC lights work properly, which is quite rare. Again, the work is all receipt documented with less than 3k miles since completed.
For Washington Residents Only, a documentary fee in an amount up to $150 maybe added to the purchase price or capitalized cost.