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1971 Ford F100 Pickup. Zero rot. Excellent condition. XLT Ranger

Make: Ford
Model: F-100
Type: Standard Cab Pickup
Trim: XLT
Year: 1971
Mileage: 960
VIN: F10YCL21453
Color: Red
Engine: 360
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Red
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: New Bern, North Carolina, United States

1971 Ford F-100 XLT Additional Info:

71 Ford F100. ZERO rot, If you are looking for an original clean straight truck this is it! original truck, straight, solid, Rebuilt 360 with new Holley carb, new tires and wheels, disc brakes up front, power steering, automatic transmission, everything works as it should except the AM radio mostly plays static. Truck drives straight, no pulling, or shimmy. You can drive this truck at 80MPH on the highway with no issues. Runs smooth, and quiet. tires and rims have less than 1000 miles on them. Dual exhaust, sounds amazing. If you look closely you can see the waterline in the bed. It holds water when it rains. That is how solid it is. Front of bed is not dented and neither is tailgate. This is a survivor truck. Odometer shows 1960 miles which is probably 101960. Clean clear title. I have original steel wheels and tires as well as the original engine that came with the truck. I have TONS of pictures and videos of this truck. I can text or email if you want. Gas gauge shows 1/2 when full and its empty when its empty. Review mirror needs to be re-glued to windshield. Has trailer wiring to pull a small trailer but no hitch. Has step bumper with tow ball. Does not leak oil or transmission fluid.
I purchased this truck a year or so ago. It had drum brakes, manual steering, a tick in the upper end (very common with a high milage Ford 360) . I drove it from KY to the coast of NC with my ever loving wife. haha . I put in a rebuilt 360, new spindles up front to accommodate the new calipers, pads and rotors. I also installed a new power steering box and a used power steering pump to supply the steering pressure. Now it stops, runs, drives and turns as it should. The wheels and tires (18 x 10 rear 18x8 up front) were added to finish it off. Its a great truck and I hate to see it go but I am putting my resources into another project so this one has to go. It was sold a while back but the buyer could not get the financing he needed so I am re-listing.