Out of Wisconsin comes this yellow Resto-mod 1961 Ford F100. The owner restored the truck 10 years ago. He says it’s not a show vehicle, but it has won many local trophies.
Body: 1961 California Cab with 4″ chop. Professionally installed grey vinyl top. Custom rear windows. Many chromed interior items. Dash, hinge covers, glove box door, and even door panel inserts
1964 front clip and bed
Hood side emblems were shaved, Frenched antenna, tail gate has been flattened and filled. The bed has a color matching tonneau cover.
Suspension: Fatman II IFS Front suspension with disc brakes. The 9″ rear end has been flipped under the leaf springs in the rear. This truck has a perfect stance and rides on American Racing Torq Thrust wheels and B.F. Goodrich tires all around. The truck rides like a newer car and handles very well.
Engine: 390 FE, Runs super tight. No smoke or blow by. It looks to be a stock rebuild of a very early 70?s 390. Has a nice Edlebrock carb. The engine bay is detailed and is very presentable and very easy to work on.
Transmission: C6 automatic.
Exhaust: Dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers.
Sound System: The truck includes a Pioneer touch screen navigation system with a Kicker 4 channel amp and Boston acoustic door speakers and 10″ subwoofer.