BADD's 2nd Grand Prize Winner Jesse Young
BADD's 24th anniversary giveaway. Officer Jesse Young Wins 2nd grand prize
and takes home 2 custom vintage Hotrod pick-ups.
A 1948 corvette powered Ford F1 and a 1950 GMC 5 window.
1952 Ford F1 Street Truck
A 1952 Ford F-1 Street Truck I shot at the National Street Rods South Plus
2013 in Knoxville Tn...Tilt Hood....Dump Bed....5.0 under the hood....this
is a very cool Truck...check it out!!....Make sure you follow me so that
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Ford F100 Outlaw 10.5 APSA - Dandy Engines
Dandy Engines testing their F-truck for the first time at Willowbank
Raceway driven by Modified Street racer Joe Gauci from Profab. The F100 is
powered by an Oldsmobile 525ci big block V8 complete with Sonny cylinder
heads and Boosted bya Littlefield
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Music: Severed Fifth
1958 Ford F100 Pick-Up truck
For Sale, and offered by :
Zig Zag USA
PO Box 1876
Laguna Beach, CA 92652
email : Evert@zigzagusa.com
1956 Green Ford F100 Big Window -SOLD!
This grand 'ol Ford F100 Big Window with flames on the hood is powered by a
390, A/T w/Lokar floor shifter and a C6 tranny. Other features include but
are not limited to, a big radiator, an AM/FM stereo, American Mags, wood
bed, tonneau cover, forward tilt hood, dish front, power steering, power
disk brakes, and Mustang II
front end. Although painted 15 years ago, the entire truck was gone over
in 2001 which was 3K ago and--it looks brand new!
For more information please call 503-855-4345 or 1-888-597-6719.
1957 Ford F-100 Pick up Truck
1957 Ford F-100 Pick up Truck
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134020 / 1957 Ford F100
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/axphgob
A lifetime of dedicated service should be rewarded and, for a few chosen
trucks, a leisurely retirement of cruise-ins and show fields awaits. This
'57 Ford F100 is one of those privileged few. Fresh out of a frame-up
restoration, the truck has been given an entirely new demeanor without
straying far from its roots. Featuring a 223cid inline six, three-speed
manual transmission, and a great vintage vibe that simply can't be
recreated, this is a standout Ford for those who love fifties design,
sixties hot-rodding, and the timeless combination of the two.
Looking at the truck today, it certainly doesn't look like something that
would've been on the road over 50 years ago. Originally solid red, the
exceptionally straight body now wears a two-tone black and white paint
scheme that fits the truck's styling perfectly. A thin red pinstripe
divides the colors, adding an eye-catching detail. The paintwork presents
well with no notable flaws present. Panel fitment is equally above average
with consistent gaps all around the truck.
Pop the hood on this F100 and a correct 223cid inline six cylinder fills in
the space between the fenders. The block itself wears an EBP-6015-H casting
number above the pan rail, identifying it as a period-correct 1957 block.
From the intake manifold to the oil pan, all the major components wear a
fresh coat of Ford Blue. At the top, a compact air cleaner cover conceals a
vintage Holley two-barrel carburetor with a glass bowl. To the left, a
chrome Ford-branded valve cover gives the bay a few extra style points.
Turn the key and the 223 comes to life with its distinctive six-cylinder
Put the truck on a lift and you'll find a rugged undercarriage supporting
the truck. In the center, a reliable three-speed manual transmission
channels power down the driveshaft to a Ford 9-inch rear end. Around the
drivetrain, the simple factory suspension relies on leaf springs and fresh
KYB shocks at all four corners. The brakes have been upgraded to a dual
master cylinder setup which feeds a four-wheel drum configuration. Cragar
S/S wheels and Firestone redline tires connect the chassis to the road.
Open the doors of this ex-workhorse and a simple but stylish interior
centers on a black bench seat with a matching headliner and door panels.
The stock steel dash hosts vintage Ford instrumentation, pull switches for
the accessories and a unique round-face AM radio.
With its period-correct charm, this Ford goes beyond a simple OEM
restoration, creating the kind of mildly custom truck you may have seen
emerge in the 1960s. If you're ready to add a unique hauler to your
collection, call, click or visit: http://rkmotorscharlotte.com for more
information on this awesome '57 Ford F100.