This 1968 Ford F-100 is Perfectly Imperfect

By -


The best kind of truck is one that looks and drives great, but also isn’t so expensive and pretty that you’re afraid to throw a few bags of mulch in the bed. A truck with classic lines and a timeless look, a reliable drivetrain, and a clean interior.

This 1968 F-100 Ranger is all of the above and then some.  25 years after its restoration, the old truck still looks great outside and in.  It’s also got some desirable options, like factory black paint, a 351 4-barrel under the hood, power-steering, and a sliding rear window.


The truck also has goodies like, dual exhaust, tinted windows, a bedliner, headers, and some pretty cool old-school gauges inside.  The black interior is just as clean as the exterior, with the original vinyl bench seat, steering wheel, and other trim parts.  The aftermarket gauges are the only deviation from the stock setup.


The best part about this truck might just be the price.  The market for 60’s trucks is red hot these days, but this one can be had for just over $11k.  It represents a good value for a solid, road-worthy truck that’s begging to be driven.  Isn’t that what we buy old trucks for, anyway?

Join the Ford fans in the forum.>>

Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other sites.

Comments ()