The great thing about the right custom vintage truck is that it has all the best features for both flash and substance. This 1956 Ford F-100 Big Window Restomod is a great example with electric blue paint, a bucket seat interior, strong driving components, and of course, plenty of power from a fuel-injected and supercharged V8 upgrade.
The blue is a great color with deeper tones and a great shine of a more modern application. The finish is an ideal balance where it's no trailer queen, and yet, you have the upgraded luster that loves to add extra definition to the classic lines. The modern color is also part of a more modern appeal. Expertly deleted trim, deleted front bumper, a custom rear roll pan with frenched license plate, smooth tailgate, and halogen headlights are all part of this sleek and detailed contemporary look. Plus, the 15-inch Cragar wheels on the lowered suspension are pure performance. But even with all the added flair, this F-100 never loses its classic attitude. They took the time to get the panels straight and gaps even so that you see the best vintage details, like the smooth rounded fenders. The bright chrome grille and the nice lumber in the truck bed show how they even made sure to elevate our favorite classic elements, too.
This is a desirable big back window truck, and so that means it lets in even more light to show off the custom interior. The electric-level blue returns, and now it's joined by a tasteful black. The bench is gone, replaced by two stylish buckets that offer a terrific upgrade in comfort. In fact, yours even power adjusts to the ideal position. There are more comfort upgrades like power windows and a cup holder center console. And speaking of the console, you can see this one is ready for you to install the modern stereo of your choice. There are even vents in the smooth dash in case you want to upgrade to A/C. It's built to be a great driver with a custom three-spoke steering wheel on tilt steering column and upgraded SunPro gauges to keep a better eye on what's going on under the hood.
The engine bay has some distinctive style with clean color-matched inner walls, but what makes this truly desirable is the substance within. This is an early F-Series pickup, and it now benefits from decades of evolution with a later 5.8-liter fuel-injected V8 borrowed from a later F-150. Of course, what really has your attention is the Vortech V-1 Supercharger on top that makes this a mega powerhouse. The whole package exhales deeply as upgraded shorty headers feed into the dual exhaust. The stout C6 three-speed automatic transmission, upgraded independent front end, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and wide modern tires do a great job of getting the power to the pavement while making the driving easy.
Currently on a rebuilt title, this is the Ford with the right look and the upgrades you want. There's only one of these supercharged pickups up for grabs, so hurry up and call today!