Off-Road Into the Sunset in This Beautiful 1964 F-100 4×4

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Lifted trucks are a dime a dozen these days. Four-wheel drive didn’t really become a popular option in Ford trucks until the 70’s, however, meaning that you don’t see a lot of them prior to that time frame. And most of the ones you do are either restored to original condition or left untouched.

All of which makes this 1964 F-100 a truly unique truck. You rarely see fourth generation 4×4’s as it is, and you never see them lifted 3″ and sitting on 35″ tires with a gorgeous sunset red body. But that very treatment somehow looks right on this F-Series, even though it may seem like a strange idea at first.


This ’64 has the guts to back up the large rolling stock and aggressive stance as well. A rebuilt 351 sits under the hood, with goodies like an Edelbrock intake and carb, aluminum heads, roller rockers, and MSD ignition. It’s backed up by a C6 transmission and 4.10 gears out back.


The interior of this vintage 4×4 has received quite a few upgrades as well. A modern stereo system provides the tunes while you sit in reupholstered 1964 Mustang bucket seats. New carpet and fresh paint round out the clean and simple insides.


It all adds up to a nice package and a truck that works despite its uniqueness. While few are brave enough to jack up a 60’s Ford 4×4, we’re glad that at least one person did. If nothing else, at least so we can off-road into the sunset!

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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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