The market for vintage trucks is at an all-time high, with prices soaring on, and the daily low mileage factory examples are being scooped up by collectors who want to relive their youth and have a reliable classic they could enjoy. The Ford F150 is a trusted name for over 50 years when it comes to American trucks. Present here and with all its glory, and factory goodness is this 1979 Ford F-150 460 Big Block we have today. With a reported 26,800 miles on the clock, this vintage truck is a clean, low mileage example that ticks all the boxes and makes for one savvy investment: what's better? The truck comes with a Marti report, and Protection Group plus custom package from the factory.
While the hot rod market and building your truck is the typical route, vintage trucks that sport its factory look and feel sure give the driver a slice of yesteryear and one pretty object to look at. This 1979 Ford F-150 460 Big Block sports a Coral exterior that brings out the factory design cues and the chrome trim very well. This truck also sits high and mighty off the ground thank to a set of silver off-road wheels Like the exterior, the Sand knit interior is original on this 1979 Ford F-150 460 Big Block. Better yet, the interior and exterior components match well and throw it back to the 70s. The bench seats provide that period-correct look and boast comfort; this truck reportedly has its factory A/C still in place.
A truck can be used in two ways, as a performance machine or as a reliable and practical way of getting about. This 1979 Ford F-150 460 Big Block sure knows how to hit two birds with one stone, as under the hood lies a giant 460ci (7.5L) Big Block V8 powertrain. In contrast, you might not want to use all its power, it’s nice to note that the 460 big block was the most significant offering in terms of powertrain options when purchasing your F150 new. The current owner reports that the engine has been built and even features power steering to make your driving experience enjoyable and power brakes to ensure you come to a steady halt. Power is sent to the truck's rear wheels through an automatic gearbox.
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