This 1967 Ford F-100 is a 2wd short bed example with it’s original 352 V8 and three speed manual. It was acquired by it’s current owner in 2015 from a New Jersey auction. At some point before he bought it, the body and chassis had been restored and the motor rebuilt. Since owning the truck, the owner installed a new set of Cragar rims with Cooper white letter tires and replaced the rubber gaskets for the front and rear glass. The truck was serviced recently with a new battery and fresh oil.
This F-100 was Assembled in Dallas Texas in May 1967 and then shipped to a dealer in Dallas for sale. Originally ordered with Frost Turquoise paint and matching interior, the truck has since been repainted two tone black and grey with a red pinstripe. The body of the truck is straight and clean with no rust. We consider the paint ‘driver quality’ with some minor orange peel, but presents very well. The rear bumper has been shaved, but otherwise the body is unmodified. The interior has been painted to match the exterior, however the original turquoise bench seat remains.
This F-100 was ordered with the 352 V8, 3 speed manual transmission, and 3.25 rear end. The 352 Y-Block was the largest and most powerful engine for light duty trucks in ‘67. It starts easily and sounds healthy. The shifter feels smooth and the clutch feels like it has plenty of life. It seems to stop well despite manual brakes.
Overall, this is a nice clean truck in a desirable configuration being short-bed and V8. This F-100 is for sale on consignment and is not owned by Fort Pitt Classic Cars.