TRUCK YOU! Two Classic F-100s, a F-150 FX4 & More
For today’s feature of TRUCK YOU we are entering a somewhat colder atmosphere. One with a certain crisp to the air throughout the year and trees that stretch through large stretches of the land.
We’re entering a place where are the locals say “eh” and are always polite. That’s right — today we’re entering Canada! This is where Ford truck enthusiast Trozei (A.K.A. Jackson) resides, and his rides with him. And don’t worry, it’s worth the trip!
Jackson’s daily driver is a 1969 Ford F-100 with a 300 I6 and a C4 automatic transmission. The truck not only looks nice in the two-tone green and white color scheme, but also has done some modifications under the hood to make with Ford even more drool-worthy.
It is currently equipped with Hedman split 3-to-1 headers, a Clifford intake manifold, and a Holley 350cfm 2bbl carburetor. In addition to this the rig also sports 3″ drop beams and a flipped rear axle. As for what will happen in the future with the Ford F-100, the only plan is a possible Rotisserie restoration.
Despite the ’69 being Jackson’s daily driver, he actually has several other vehicles in his garage. The other vehicles are a 1973 Ford Ranger F-100 with a 360 and a C6, a 2004 Ford F-150 FX4 5.4L, and a 1995 BMW 525i (pictured above).
Go drop by Jackson’s garage and leave some comments, browse the excellent photography, and have a good time! Be sure to keep your garage up to date and maybe you’ll be featured next week!