1977 Ford F-250 Is a Stone Cold Stunner

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1977 Ford F-250

Combine the right stance with fresh paint and brightwork, and you’ve got the recipe for the perfect Dentside!

We Ford truck fans can consider ourselves a lucky bunch. For starters, we’re lucky enough to have been raised (or born) with good taste. We’re also lucky that our brand of choice just so happens to be the best looking, best-selling, and toughest truck on the market for decades now. But another, lesser known benefit stemming from this natural selection is that we get to stare at gorgeous creations like this incredible 1977 Ford F-250 we spotted over at GR Auto Gallery.

1977 Ford F-250

Clearly, the individual who dreamed up this truck’s modifications not only has impeccable taste in trucks, but also knows how to make them even better. Because this amazingly clean and well sorted 1977 Ford F-250 stands above the rest when it comes to pretty much everything. Literally and figuratively. Literally, thanks to a 4-inch lift, Mickey Thompson wheels, and LT315/75/R16 Mastercraft MXT tires. Figuratively, because it looks good enough to sit on a top-tier car show floor.

1977 Ford F-250

Much of that can be attributed to a fresh paint job and all-new chrome. And that’s all you need when it comes to Dentsides, really. This one also sports a super sanitary, simple, and freshly redone black interior. Again, you won’t find too many frills inside. But you will find them under the hood, where they belong. With a 460 sporting an Edelbrock intake, Summit carb, and headers, getting up to speed shouldn’t be a problem.

1977 Ford F-250

Aside from the row-your-own 4-speed transmission, several modern amenities do make this beastly long bed easier to drive. Power steering, electric fans, and power brakes give it a bit of a modern touch. All of which is welcome, because you’re going to want to drive this thing a lot. After all, this stone cold stunner of a Dentside deserves to be out in the world where fellow Ford fans can enjoy it in all its glory!

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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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