- Engine Size
- 460 V8
- Transmission Type
- Body Style
- Pickup Truck
- Body Color
- Interior Color
- Black Houndstooth
BEAUTIFUL, RESTORED 1979 FORD F150 SHORT BOX! 460 V8!!
This 1979 Ford f150 Short Box 4x4 Pick up is a beautiful truck! It recently had a frame-off restoration done in the last year and everything is new or rebuilt. This is a very crisp and very nice truck! The body on this F150 is super straight with absolutely no rust issues. The paint is beautiful and everything was taken apart when painted. All of the chrome and stainless is new as well as the rubbers and weatherstripping. They added new 37 X 12.50 X 17 Moto Metal Rims and BFG AT Tires which really look great on this rig. The underside looks almost as good as the top side as the frame was powder-coated and everything was resealed and repainted. The interior is also all new with a Custom Seat covered with Houndstooth, new instrument cluster, new headliner, new carpet, new door panels, everything gone through. All of the lights, gauges, wipers work. They did a very very nice job on this truck!
The engine is a mildly built 460 V8 with an Aluminum Intake, Holley Carb, MSD Pro Billet Distributor, MSD 6AL-2 Ignition Box, Sanderson Coated Headers, Holley Fuel Pump and much more!!! It has an Aluminum radiator, dual batteries, and dual stainless Magnaflow Exhaust! A really well though out truck. The transmission is a C6 Automatic that shifts great and it is mated to the NP205 Transfer Case. 9 Inch Rear End and Dana 44 Front End. It also has a 6 Inch Lift that was done right!!! This truck really drives great and runs excellent. This is a show and go truck!!
We hand pick each vehicle, drive it, inspect it, and make sure it is ready for you to enjoy! We drive what we sell so that we can give you a first hand and accurate report on how the vehicle runs and drives. Our pictures are never touched up or photoshopped. What you see is an accurate representation of the vehicle. We take consistent pictures and show you everything so you can get a true representation of the vehicle.
Complete Pictures and Video at www.4-wheelclassics.com