This 1972 Ford F-100 Will Be the Star of Your Next Cruise Night

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Cruise Night

Cruise night is a distinctly American tradition that has been around for decades, yet they are still going strong around the country today. The reason for this is simple — we love to show off our rides and check out the ones others have built. Cruise night also gives us the chance to hang out and talk shop with those who share our passion for classic iron.

Cruise Night

It doesn’t get much more classic than this 1972 Ford F-100, either. A nice restoration in most regards, it has received a few modern upgrades to make it a perfect cruise night regular. Power comes from a 302 block, and gears are selected via C6 automatic transmission. Power steering and brakes, along with air conditioning make for a nice daily driving experience.

Cruise Night

The stance is courtesy of DJM beams and a flipped rear-end with a C-notch. Staggered size Cragar wheels give the old girl a nice rake. The underside has been painted and detailed, even though it’s doubtful anybody will ever see it. Now that’s dedication!

Cruise Night

The interior is original Ranger F-100 all the way, save for a modern stereo in the dash. As with the exterior, it’s really not too shabby. These trucks look great just the way they are, and with a few upgrades make for fantastic cruisers. If you dig this one and want to add it to your stable, you can do so by heading over here.

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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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