This Super Clean, Holly Green 1965 Ford F-100 is the Business!

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Restored 1960’s Ford trucks are the business nowadays. Some are well done and some, well, just aren’t. But when you see one as nice as this 1965 F-100, it’s surely worth taking a closer look. No drooling, please!


The very first thing that strikes you about this classy Ford is the Holly Green and white two-tone paint.  The green hue is simply stunning, and at first glance it almost appears to be black due to its richness. It’s surrounded by some new and some refinished chrome trim, including the bumpers and badges.


While one of the badges is Ford’s iconic four-wheel drive emblem, this truck sadly isn’t a factory 4×4. During the restoration process it was converted by mounting it on a four-wheel drive chassis, a chassis that no longer matches the rest of the truck’s serial numbers. If that matters any. That chassis, along with American Racing wheels wrapped with Cooper tires give the truck a nice stance and make it look the business.

The drivetrain consists of the original 352 Ford motor and a 4-speed manual transmission, both which were refreshed during the restoration process. The interior is super clean and finished in a vintage black/green combination which retains most of its originality.


In a sea of classic Ford trucks, this 1965 stands out as one of the cleanest examples out there. It’s a real head turner with its unique color combination, and it’s in better shape than most trucks this age. Even though it’s not an original four-wheel drive, everything else makes one overlook that slight detail.

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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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