Check Out This Beautiful 1964 F-100 Custom Cab

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1964 was an interesting year for Ford’s venerable F Series truck.  Part of a short two year only model run, it certainly wasn’t the most successful or popular version of the world’s best selling vehicle.  After the failure of the “unibody” F-100, Ford made an impromptu switch back to a separate cab/bed with a gap between them.

Other than that big change, other styling cues were more subtle.  The turn signals moved to the grille, and the flare over the rear wheel arches was extended out to the taillights.

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The fine example of a ’64 you see before you is certainly one of the nicest around.  Looking ever so sharp in unforgiving black, originality is the theme here.  The red accents complement it perfectly, and the chrome shines like the day it rolled off the assembly line.

The original 292 V8 has been rebuilt, and it’s backed up by the old reliable 3 speed transmission.  Underneath, everything has been sandblasted and repainted for a new appearance.  The interior is likewise factory fresh, and the two tone black/red stitching looks fantastic.

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The 1964 F-100 is a unique truck that differs (even if ever so slightly) from the model years that surround it.  That’s a welcome characteristic in the collector car market, and an example this clean would make anyone proud to own it.

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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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