This 1976 Ford F-100 is as Good Looking as It is Dependable

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1976 Ford F-100

Who doesn’t love a classic Ford truck? They are the perfect example of a strong and dependable American pickup. Some would say these vintage rides are even better than a modern day truck. Let’s take a quick walk down memory lane by stepping inside this 1976 Ford F-100 posted by our friends at Bring a Trailer.

This beauty was stored somewhere in an Arkansas barn from 1980-2008 by its original owner until it was sold as part of an estate sale, to a second owner who immediately flipped it. Since then the truck has been stored and driven a total of 68k miles by it’s most recent owner who has kept all of it’s records since 2008.

1976 Ford F-100

With all original paint, aside from the hood, the traditional body lines remain stock. The split-grille design was updated in 1976 to give it a more refined look.

Some of the modifications include – an Edelebrock carburetor and Offenhauser intake manifold, have been installed to give the truck a modern and up-to-date performance. According to the seller, the truck has been refreshed throughout, and is described as a strong daily driver that can tackle highways and backroads alike.

1976 Ford F-100

Perhaps this bad boy is worth taking a trip down to the tech capital – Cupertino, California.

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