1964 Ford F100 Pickup - SOLD
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This cool Ford F100 pickup has been in the same family for decades, spending almost all of its life in warm, dry Arizona.

Lifetime Arizona truck with long-term ownership. Transplanted Lincoln Mark V 460 cubic inch V8 and automatic transmission. Beautiful paint and bodywork. Unusual 8-foot stepside bed. An updated Ford hauler with a great look.

This cool Ford F100 pickup has been in the same family for decades, spending almost all of its life in warm, dry Arizona. That history shows in the laser-straight bodywork and super clean undercarriage, which shows no evidence of accidents or patchwork. We like the working-class look, too, especially that side-mounted spare that gives it a form-follows-function vibe that’s quite appealing. The paint is a metallic olive green, perhaps a little more glossy than the original code L Dark Green but no less attractive. Panel fit is quite good throughout, including that giant clamshell hood that snugs down nicely without a big slam. The big 8-foot bed is a little unusual and gives the truck great proportions as well as the ability to tackle bigger jobs—why have a pickup if you can’t do a little work on weekends? There’s also nice chrome on the bumpers, a shiny original grille, twin side mirrors, and original emblems that are in good condition. The bed is finished in natural oak with spray-on bedliner on the sides, and there’s a heavy-duty bed mat to protect it so no worries about putting some gear in there.

The interior is certainly more comfortable than it would have been in 1964 thanks to cloth upholstery, matching headliner, and fresh carpets that are a big step forward over the original vinyl seat cover and rubber floor mat. The rest is pretty much as Ford designed it, including the big steering wheel with a stylish horn ring and the no-nonsense instrument panel. All the secondary controls are grouped underneath and the only real upgrade is the floor-mounted shifter for the Lincoln C6 3-speed automatic transmission underneath. Seat belts have also been added in the name of safety. There is no radio, but there wasn’t one there in 1964, either, and we can appreciate the builder’s desire to keep it period-correct. There is, however, a massive heater under the dash as well as a pair of fresh air vents to keep it comfortable in the cab year-round.

The original engine was a 262 cubic inch inline-6, but this is a lot of truck to move and sometime in the not-too-distant past a 460 cubic inch V8 from a ‘70s Lincoln Mark V was transplanted into the F100’s cavernous engine bay. It’s a neat fit in there and that’s to mostly OEM hardware, it almost looks like it was born there. Ford Blue on the engine certainly helps, along with some factory decals on the open-element air cleaner. The giant radiator has no problem keeping the big block cool (this is an Arizona truck, remember) and the big 4-barrel carburetor on top gives it great throttle response. And as a Lincoln motor, it’s docile, well-mannered, and idles nicely with a mellow rumble from the custom Flowmaster dual exhaust underneath. The Lincoln’s C6 3-speed automatic transmission made the trip as well, giving the F100 easy road manners, and we’re pretty sure that’s the Lincoln’s rear end out back, although one 9-inch is very much like any other. Regardless, it cruises easily at highway speeds. Power front disc brakes were added and they make a big difference in traffic, but the rest is pretty much as it was in 1964, with live axles and leaf springs at both ends. It actually rides pretty well and as I mentioned, it doesn’t mind doing a little work on the side. Steel wheels with poverty caps are definitely the right choice and it sits on 235/75/15 Firestone radials of indeterminate age.

Documentation includes an original owner’s manual, shop manual, wiring diagrams, and restoration receipts.

Thanks to long-term ownership (including time with an expert Porsche mechanic) this truck shows all the signs of having been loved. Add in the Arizona sheetmetal and the no-hassles powertrain, and you get a fun hauler that looks right and still works like it should. If that’s your kind of resto-mod, give us a call today!

Harwood Motors always recommends and welcomes personal or professional inspections of any vehicle in our inventory prior to purchase.

Vehicle: 1964 Ford F100 Pickup
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: 120089
Odometer Reading: 10,078
VIN: F10BR446598
Engine: 460 cubic inch V8
Transmission: 3-speed automatic
Gear Ratio: 2.73
Wheelbase: 128 inches
Wheels: 15-inch steel wheels
Tires: 235/75/15 Firestone radials
Exterior Color: Green
Interior Color: Gray cloth
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