1956 Ford F-100 Is as Charming as They Get

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The holidays are around the corner, which means it’s the perfect time to treat yourself to a lovely vintage Ford F-100. Right?

You’ve worked hard for a long time, you’ve had to buy trucks, sell trucks, adjust to what the family has needed throughout the decades — but now it’s your turn to treat yourself. With the holidays around the corner, that time is now. So, how about a lovely Ford F-100?

F-100

Not just any Ford F-100 of course, but one that’s already restored and in perfect operating condition. After all, you don’t want to put any more hard work into something you’ve longed for a really long time. It’s all about plug and play and having fun right off the bat. This beautifully restored 1956 F-100 should do the trick, especially in that gorgeous (and iconic) Seafoam Green paint.

This old-school charmer features a 460 ci V8 Engine under the hood, supped up with an Edelbrock Performance intake manifold and a Holley 750 carburetor.

The beefy motor pairs to a Ford C6 Automatic Transmission, which guarantees comfortable and trouble-free cruising from car show to car show, and a weekend getaway in between.

While the overall package is rather glamorous, the former owner decided to keep the interior simple — as it should. A plain gray cloth bench with dark gray seat belts adorns the interior, while a period-correct, thin-rimmed steering wheel and shifter knob allow you to commandeer this beauty. Vintage Air is in place to keep you cool on a hot summer day, as well as warm during the colder months.

F-100

One simply doesn’t see many of these high-caliber samples on the streets often, and with a price tag of $54,900, we can see why. While not cheap by any means, that’s the price one must pay if excellence is what’s desired. And after all, why wouldn’t it be? You deserve it, right?

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Jerry Perez is a regular contributor to Ford Truck Enthusiasts, Corvette Forum, and 6SpeedOnline, among other auto sites.

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