This Super Fine 1960 Ford F-100 is a Real Sweetheart!

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Trucks from the 50’s and 60’s weren’t family haulers or Sunday transportation — they were workhorses. But oh, what pretty workhorses they were.  With styling that equaled or exceeded their passenger-car brethren, these classic trucks are beginning to gain real market appreciation for the awesome automobiles they really are.


This 1960 F-100 is a proper example of how sweet an old truck can be.  A real looker in its original red and white two tone paint, it just exudes charm from every angle.  After undergoing a full restoration to original condition, this truck is ready for its time in the spotlight and 15 minutes of fame.

Underneath that candy-like exterior lies a 292 Y-Block V8 backed up by a 4-speed manual transmission. Air conditioning, power brakes, and power steering up the drivability, along with one of the nicest wooden truck beds you’ve ever seen. Unfortunately, that means you won’t want to throw any bricks back there!


The inside is every bit as beautiful as the outside, with perfect chrome, paint, and knobs.  The two-tone theme dominates the interior as well, from the seats to the steering wheel and dash.  An aftermarket stereo hides in the glovebox to avoid ruining the retro experience and the need to cut or modify the dash.


Overall, this is easily one of the nicest 1960 Fords you’ll ever see.  A far cry from the farm, this one is begging to be shown-off at your local car show and cruise night.  It’ll likely rack up awards and drooling onlookers with ease.

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Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other sites.

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