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1965 Ford F100 2wd prerunner

Make: Ford
Model: F-100
Type: Standard Cab Pickup
Year: 1965
Mileage: 99999
VIN: F10JR649966
Color: White
Engine: 460 V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Salvage
Item location: San Luis Obispo, California, United States

1965 Ford F-100 Additional Info:

Selling my 1965 Ford F100. “Stage 1” of the build recently finished by local fabrication shop.

This was intended to be the first stage of the build, to get it on the road, then I was going to dive deeper into the suspension to get it more dialed in for the dunes or the desert, but plans have changed and I need to sell the truck.

The good:

1965 F100 Stepside short bed 2wd

Low miles big block 460 swap with Autofab heavy duty motor mounts

New 5" Autofab lift kit with new I-beams and extended radius arms

New 35” BF Goodrich mud terrains

New American Racing AR23 wheels 15x10

Front disc brake conversion with brand new rotors, calipers, and pads

New master cylinder

All new brake lines front to back

New rear brake wheel cylinders

New shocks

Crane PowerMax Cam and Lifters

Hydraulic Flat Tappet, Advertised Duration 260/272, Lift .487/.518

Edelbrock Performer Intake

New Edelbrock 650 carb with electric choke

New ceramic coated Hedman headers

New MSD Pro Billet distributor

New MSD Super Conductor plug wires

New MSD Blaster 2 coil

New 140 amp alternator

New fabricated valve covers

New rear mounted gas tank

New Edelbrock Performer RPM fuel pump

New fuel sending unit

New fuel lines from tank to carb

New aluminum radiator from Speedway

New transmission auxiliary cooler

New 3” dual exhaust with crossover pipe

New Flowmaster mufflers (2)

New custom driveshaft

New battery

New Winters Sidewinder shifter on custom console

Newly upholstered seat

New seat belts

New suede Grant steering wheel

Two full size spares on steel wheels

I still have the original tailgate and rear bumper

The bad:

Some rust in the roof gutter

Left door vent glass missing

Salvage title due to careless driver denting the fender about 12 years ago. No frame or structural damage as a result of accident. Since then the engine/transmission, suspension, wheels/tires, and brakes have all been replaced.

I’ve got over $15k invested into this thing. Truck has a really cool patina to it, and is a ton of fun to drive. Ready to find a new home for her. Truck also for sale locally.