If, or when, you pull up to the gas station in this red stunner, expect to have quite a few conversations about it. It’s hard to miss and will certainly grab the attention of anyone who lays their eyes on its beauty. We’re talking about this 1968 Ford F-100 Ranger Short Bed offered up for sale by Art & Speed Classic Car Gallery in Tennessee. With zero miles to the motor, the $24,900 price tag doesn’t seem so bad at all – especially when you see the options list.
This 1968 F-100 Ranger short wheelbase sports an aggressive stance and is ready to conquer anything. It’s sitting on 20-inch custom polished aluminum wheels from American Racing. Highlighting a modern design with classic roots, these wheels are wrapped in Nitto NT555 G2 tires at the front and rear. The vibrant red finish on this truck exudes a swagger and confidence that transmits to the driver. The windshield is also brand new, just replaced by Art & Speed’s own classic vehicle expert.
If you thought this bad boy looked good from the outside, wait until you enter the cabin. The clean black interior features a new dash pad with a Harley Davidson gauge cluster and custom-designed steering wheel. The seats, floors, doors, headliner, and dash all look great. What’s more, get ready to rock this truck in the summer because the A/C works and blows super cold. Turn on some good music via the Pioneer AM/FM/CD head unit with Boston speakers and be on your merry way.
The best part comes when you turn that key in the ignition. Feel the deep rumble and hear the beast roar! It’s powered by a 460 cubic-inch V8 mated to a three-speed automatic to deliver all the right thrills. All that power is stopped via power brakes with disc brakes in the front and drum brakes at the rear.
This truck was built with attention to detail in all the right places and now it can be yours. Don’t let someone make the call first. Contact Art & Speed for more information on this newly available F-100 before it’s too late.
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