Clean and Original 1965 F-100 is a Real One Owner Survivor

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Low mileage classic trucks are harder and harder to come by these days.  The reason why is obvious -while many old cars have been stored away as collector items over the years, nobody in the 60’s ever thought that their workhorse truck might be worth something one day.

Trucks were meant to be used and abused, run forever, and eventually replaced when they didn’t.  But there are a few out there that were treated with baby gloves by proud owners.  This particular 1965 F-100 Custom Cab is such an example, with a mere 89,000 miles on the odometer.


Every one of those miles was driven by the original owner as well.  It’s never left Pueblo, Colorado, in fact.  A couple of things have been refreshed over the years – a repaint, recovered seat, and suspension. Otherwise, it’s 100% original and in pretty excellent shape.


If you’re looking for a sweetheart of a truck that drives and runs like new for a decent price, it’s hard to do better than this Wimbleton White survivor.  Babied its entire life by the same family, you can bet it has another 40+ years of usable life left in 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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