You’ll Want to Go Cruisin’ in This Super Clean 1967 Ford F-100

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Ford trucks from the ’60s and ’70s have really clean and boxy lines that make them awesome candidates for very light custom work. Nothing crazy, mind you, just a little bit of a suspension drop and a set of classic wheels are enough to really them off. You know, give it that “Cruisin’ USA” look.

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This super clean 1976 Ford F-100 is a perfect yellow example of what a huge visual impact those two subtle changes can make. It’s certainly nothing outrageous due to the subtle paint job, and wheels that aren’t massive, nor are they too “blingy.”

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This doesn’t mean that this F-100 isn’t capable of spinning its larger rear wheels, however. There’s a 460 big block under the clamshell hood, which is backed up by a C6 automatic transmission. It’s unclear if there are any modifications on the big motor, but it has at least received some upgrades in the trim department.

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The interior is super clean, with burgundy upholstery that complements the yellow paint quite nicely. Custom touches include a turned aluminum gauge trim panel, aftermarket gauges, and a billet steering wheel. Again, it’s nothing outrageous, but just a few bits to complement the already nice stock appearance of the interior.

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The end result is a truck that is one of the cleaner and more tasteful cruisers out there. It’s the kind of ride that people will notice, and will undoubtedly do a double take once they realize how nice it is. If that’s the kind of look that is up your alley, you can take it cruisin’ by buying it 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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