1969 Ford F100
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Location : Sauk Centre, Minnesota


VIN#: F10HKF12198 Engine: 390 CI V8 with EFI (Holley) Trans: Automatic Mileage: 70,223 - original Mechanical: Professional show quality restoration in 2004, 18 month restoration project to completion, 390 CI V8 with Headers and Fuel Injection (EFI – Holley), MSD Ignition, Chrome Valve Cover Gaskets, Chrome Oil Pan, Braided Hoses & Edelbrock Aluminum Intake, Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, Air Conditioning, H.D. Radiator, Dual Exhaust System, P285/60R16 Tires on 16” Cragar S/S Wheels. Appearance/Body: Show quality exterior restoration in medium red metallic, front grille and headlight bezels chromed, front/rear bumpers chromed – excellent, all glass/emblems/and misc. brightwork in excellent condition, underbody and frame clean and nicely detailed. Interior: Custom leather bench seat in black, all components; including dash, dash pad, headliner, door panels, carpeting, instrument bezels, radio, and weather stripping in excellent condition, All lights, lamps, switches etc. in tact and fully functional Options/Accessories: Vintage style air conditioning with Sanden compressor – nicely installed, original AM radio in-dash, Access brand roll up tonneau cover (no holes drilled), full custom cover. Seller’s comments: I purchased this vehicle from the restorer early in 2006 who claims to have had more than $35,000 invested in the truck. When I received the truck, I was very impressed with the overall condition and the quality of the restoration. It was obvious the truck was restored over a long period of time (18 month process – awesome attention to detail). The underbody was perfect when I received the truck and was nicely restored and/or detailed. Being from Minnesota, and even though it will never be driven in the winter months, I chose to soundguard/protect the underbody nonetheless from water/dirt/rocks etc. Before doing so, I took many photos of the underbody for future reference. As far as the mechanical restoration goes, I was less impressed with the work on the engine and fuel injection system. Being a Ford dealer, and having a staff of well trained technicians, it was apparent that the restorer had a “less-than” qualified service facility take care of the engine overhaul. Because of this, I chose to re-overhaul the engine and installed a newer up-to-date Holley EFI system. I added over $8,500 additional dollars to bring it up to par. In the end, this truck is absolutely awesome! It runs and drives fantastic, and has more brute horsepower and “wow” driveability traits that any of our new Ford products today (with the exception of the Mustang Shelby of course). I have only entered this truck in one antique car show and for what it’s worth, we took home the first place trophy. It was our plan to use this truck for parades in our home town and to simply “drive” it when the mood hits. However, after owning the truck for more than 2 ½ years, we have put on less than 1,400 total miles. The truck sits on carpet in a garage with a custom cover installed when not in use. The oil and filter has been changed twice a year since I have owned it. I have photos from the original restorer before the restoration started in the truck’s original color/condition (green). The truck was traded in from the original owner who bought it new and the miles were original at 68Kmiles. There has never been any rust on this truck according to the original owner, the restorer, and the before and after photos. I have the owner’s manual(s), a brochure from Ford Motor Company in 1969, our mechanical receipts from the re-overhaul and EFI work performed, and various other items in a keep-sake book for the new owner. The truck is being offered for sale on many online collector sites as well as through local media in Minnesota. There are many, many photos available should you wish to receive them. Feel free to contact me, and I will send you what I have. Thank you for your interest.