Somebody Finish this Awesome 1965 Ford F-100 Project

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Ford F-100

Looking to get a head start on a cool cruiser project? Look no further than this nicely done Ford F-100.

We’ve all been there. You start a big project and pour your heart (and money) into it. But somewhere along the way, you get lost. Maybe life gets in the way, or perhaps you come across another project you can’t refuse. In the case of Ford Truck Enthusiasts member Jesses1999f250, a new home purchase left him with a lack of garage space. And thus, he’s forced to part with his incredibly cool 1965 Ford F-100 project in the FTE Marketplace.

The new owner will get a pretty good start on one nice Ford F-100, that’s for sure. Three years of work have resulted in a super nice rolling chassis that’s mostly ready to go. The frame has already been painted, brakes plumbed, and suspension done. Plus, the fresh set of old school wide white wall tires and steelies reportedly cost a pretty penny, too.

Power comes from a 352 that’s been cleaned up and fitted with a new Pro Comp cam and Edelbrock intake. Even much of the body work is already done. Another cab was purchased to replace the old rusty one, and it’s already been completely redone and primed. All the new owner needs to do is put it all together, finish the bodywork, and stitch up a new interior.

1965 Ford F-100

Scoring a partial project like this Ford F-100 is usually a smart investment, if the work has been done correctly. From what we can gather, that’s certainly the case here. It’s pretty obvious that the poster has put a ton of work and cash into his ride. Now it just needs someone with the talent and the means to finish this cool old school cruiser!

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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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