Take Home a Lovely 1966 Ford F-100 Today!
Fourth generation F-Series pickups faced the tough task of living up to their curvy, nearly perfect predecessors, and they did so with flying colors. Ford cranked out some of their finest trucks ever in the 60’s, all the way through the final year of the 4th generation in 1966.
In 1967 the F-Series underwent several changes, receiving a wider cab and gaining some weight overall. That makes this 1966 F-100 the last of an era, and what a good era it was. Plus, nothing screams 60’s like a turquoise and white paint job. Wouldn’t you want to take this beauty home?
This ’66 is particularly nice, and its beauty is more than skin deep. The undercarriage has been cleaned up and painted, and it looks just as good as the rest of the truck. Living its whole life in Georgia, the truck comes rust-free and with all the original books and paperwork.
A few updates have been made to the truck, including a new coat of paint, new exhaust, and a new bumper. The 352 has 390 heads on it for a little more flow, and the interior is in pretty darn good shape as well. Perhaps the best news is that this beauty is for sale. If you’ve been looking to take a fine example home, you won’t do a whole lot better than this one.