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1964 Ford F100 Custom Pickup Truck 5.0 Resto/Custom/Mod LQQK

Make: Ford
Model: F-100
Trim: Styleside 2DR Custom
Year: 1964
Mileage: 2
VIN: F10BR451807
Engine: 5.0L 302 V8 Modified Roller
Drive type: RWD
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

1964 Ford F-100 Additional Info:

1964 Ford F100 Custom

Under the Hood:

86’ 5.0L (302cid) roller motor – rebuilt

Performance T-5 (5 speed manual trans)

Edelbrock high rise manifold & carb

Tube headers

HEI Distributor

1-Wire alternator

Mustang radiator

94’ Mustang power master cylinder

Summit proportioning valve.

Smoothed wheel wells and firewall


03’ Crown Vic aluminum front crossmember

Power rack and pinion

Front disk brakes, rear rebuilt drums

Custom driveshaft

3.89 9” Ford rear

Dual Thrush mufflers coming off of wrapped lake pipes

Stainless brake lines

Summit fuel pump

Urethane spring bushings

New body mounts & bolts

Air adjustable shocks and helper springs


Dynamat pads and liners coat the floor, firewall, roof, and rear bulkhead

Old Air under dash unit

Custom made leather bomber bench w/ matching visors and kick panels

Looped carpet

Aftermarket aluminum steering column

94’ Mustang pedal box

Hurst short throw shifter

Stewart Warner gauges

Under dash lights

Aftermarket fuse box and wiring

New headliner


Modified “Medium Bed”

Herculined bed

Spun aluminum gas tank

Pancaked roof (like 63’)

New windshield

New side glass and gaskets

New sliding rear window

New lights and lenses

Cast aluminum hood scoop

05’ Mustang Bullitt rims

Bed mounted battery & case

Additional parts:

Rear roll pan

Rear bumper

Spare set of drums and pads

Tie rod ends

Interior door trim and template

Door gaskets (spare)

Fuel Pump Relay, harness, inertia switch

Dome Light

Wiper Assembly

Arm Rests & matching leather covers

And more, too much to list.

This project started with a rust free chassis which was cleaned, treated, and painted. An 03’ Crown Victoria front crossmember added for handling, stance, disc brakes, and power steering. The sheet metal is from a donor vehicle that had some custom work done to it. The bed was extended slightly in order to be able to fit a late model tonneau cover so we modified our chassis to work. The body man that did the custom work also painted the body silver with a single stage paint and it sat that way for a while. The paint is a little rough and there are some anomalies, a few scratches, a couple dents in the hood, etc. We decided to leave the paint as is, perhaps adding a door logo, and letting it age and patina naturally, and go for a military/aviation Icon inspired build. It was an extremely fun process! especially adding all the little custom bits and bobs you're unlikely to see anywhere else. If you'd like, slap another coat of paint on (or fill some spots and sand) clear coat, and buff, and then the paint will match the level of the rest of the work and you'll have a custom that can compete with almost anything out there.

The truck sat in storage at 98% completion for the last couple years. It was finished (save for the couple things listed below) a few weeks ago, driven a few times to iron out a couple details, and prepare for the sale. I have a new roll pan for it as well as a rear bumper that matches the front, so just install the one you’d like and paint it.

The Old Air is completely hooked up inside (unit, controls, wiring, etc.). There is a compressor on the motor, but no condenser. It will need lines ran under hood and to be charged.

The truck fires right up, does not leak, and is EXTREMELY peppy! There is still plenty of “64” in it, but the modern underpinnings like the front end allow it to ride like a dream. The Dynamat keeps it quite and mitigates heat and vibration. If you bang on the sheet metal it doesn’t sound like a tin can, and the doors close with a thud. The door seals are new, but I’m also including an additional set.

The Rake and Stance on this thing is perfection!

I have the title, and it’s ready to go, but it has never been driven more than a mile at a time since it was completed for the sale. I have a young family and a new business so I just can’t afford to keep it and I need the space. The only condition I have is that if you are ever going to sell it, please let me have first dibs.

Buyer will need to arrange pickup, transport, etc.

If you have any questions at all, please contact me before bidding and I’ll be more than happy to address anything you may want to ask or chat about.

Best Regards!