Engine Size
352 V8
Transmission Type
4 Speed Manual
Body Style
Pickup Truck
Body Color
Dark Green
Interior Color


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This 1965 Ford F100 4X4 is a very cool find. This truck spent its life in Northern California and it is a very straight and unmolested truck that has obviously been cared for an maintained. This is a Factory 4x4 Stepside/Styleside Longbed. It is just a sweet, original old truck. The body is in excellent condition and we found no evidence of rust or rust repair anywhere on the body. The truck has been repainted in what we think is Ford Dark Green and the paint looks great! This F100 has the Dealer optioned Heavy Duty Front and Rear Bumpers. The front bumper has a Dealer installed PTO winch. The truck still has the original wood in the bed and it is in great shape. The interior is also in very nice condition. It is very original with the exception of the radio and added gauges. All of the lights, gauges, and wipers are working. It is just a cool original interior.

Mechanically this truck is awesome! It is a pleasure to drive this truck. The engine is the 352 V8 and it is believed to be the original engine. We were told it was rebuilt, but we did not receive the receipts. We do think it has been rebuilt based on how it runs, good power, and no smoke, funny noises or other red flags. Under the hood is very stock in appearance. The transmission is the np435 4 Speed Manual that shifts smooth. It has a DANA 24 Transfer Case and the 4WD works as it should. Front Axle is a DANA 44 with 3.54 Gears and the Rear Axle is a Ford 9 Inch with 3.54 Gears and it is a Limited Slip.

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