I just purchased a 1995 F150 AJ Foyt Coyote truck. I am seeking information regarding this truck. It has a black exterior, silver interior, it has a Nascar racing decal on the bed, an AJ Foyt Enterprise Systems decal on the fenders, and ground effects fiber glass panels. It is a 6 cylinder automatic with air conditioning, and has 177,000 miles on it. Does anyone have any information on this. I would like to know approximate value of the truck and how many were made.
From what I understand, there were 343 (they were limited to 500, but didn't build that many apparently) 1995 COYOTE F500s built by Regency Conversions. Designed by Tom Bessett (sp?), who now owns HERITAGE CUSTOMS, which now builds the Coyote Mustangs in Texas. You may try and shoot Heritage Customs and email and ask the guy....
It was also my understanding that the Coyote Fords were all supercharged 8s, not 6s....
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I just joined this site solely for this thread. I know that I'm late, but I'm hoping that I'm not too late to get a reply. I came across this thread by searching Google for anything 1995 Ford Coyote related. I actually bought one of these brand new in '95 and had an unfortunate accident in it. So, call me crazy for trying to hang on to my youth or going back to such bad thing, but I'm desperately seeking some pictures of another. All mine were lost. I still have some of the billet aluminum interior trim and name plate with the production number #119. I would really appreciate someone sending me some pictures or pointing me in the direction of some. I haven't been able to find any. I won't repost someone's personal pictures. This would be just for me. And if you know of one for sale, let me know.
I acquired an electric blue 1995 F-150 A.J. Foyt Coyote (Regency Customs) pickup in 2006. Production #010. 300 ci inline 6 cyl. motor with an automatic E4OD tranny. Why they chose this light duty towing motor for this pickup, I have no idea. It's not set up to tow and I'd much rather have a 302 or 351 V8. It has ground effects w a roll panel, 15x10 aluminum American Racing wheels (which the front end DOES NOT LIKE by the way). Im thinking of lifting the truck as opposed to having to replace the wheels, to get the bind out of the wheel pivot. It has a "shimmy" shock underneath but Im beginning to have steering problems.
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