I didn’t know I needed a truck with a dump bed until I opened this next craigslist advertisement. Just look at how much vintage style you get with this canary yellow piece of working equipment. Modern comfy captains seats, a big rumbling 360 cubic inch V8 with blue valve covers, a working 10-ft dump bed, and 70s truck style. Makes me want to buy a dirt farm just to use this beast in the proper environment. Find this 1970 Ford F100 Dump Truck offered for $6,500 in El Monte, CA via craigslist.
Owning and driving an old truck tends to be a more emotional and less rational decision…but who wants to spend their entire life in a hazy state of rational miasma, driving rational economy cars and fuel sipping hybrids. Not me. I want the thrill of not knowing if my truck is going to start in the morning and or stop in the afternoon. It what separates us from the robots that are currently taking over the internet. Don’t be a bot. Drive an old truck. Find this 1966 Ford F100 Pickup offered for $4,250 in Cedar Hill, MO via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.
It’s the 4th of July over here in the land of freedom — time to celebrate with a classic American pickup truck that combines our love of pickups with a love of heavy machinery and farm equipment. Find this 1970 Ford F100 Sport Custom here on eBay bidding for $3000 reserve-not-met with 1 day to go, located in […]
It is entirely possible to swap an entire Ford F100 body onto a late model Ford Crown Victoria frame, such that you end up with a car that looks like a classic Ford pickup, but drives like a P71 interceptor, which isn’t much better than a classic pickup, but rack-n-pinion and fuel injected V8 is […]
Who says a classic pickup truck needs a beefy V8 to be cool? Errr…well…probably a lot of folk, but they’d be wrong to ignore the appeal of a slant-6 mated to a simple 3-speed manual. Find this 1967 Ford F100 offered for $3,500 in Little Orleans, MD via craigslist. Tip from Jeff S. From the seller: […]
Production of the 3rd generation F-Series started in 1957 and only lasted a few years before it was phased out in 1961. It was a much more modern truck than its predecessor and featured fenders integrated into the body. Find this 1959 Ford F100 offered for $8,400 in Bonita Springs, FL via craigslist. Per the […]
Despite what owners think, Rat Rodding isn’t anything new. In 1972, Rod & Custom Magazine dedicated a whole issue to the “beater,” aka the low-budget alternative to slick customized cars. Few Rat Rods of today fit into that category as many are highly customized and labor intensive works of art. Look hard enough though, and […]
by Al — YOU NEED A TRUCK! Let’s say you need to pick up a dishwasher from your local big box store tonight…What are you gonna do? Are you gonna fold down the seats in your wife’s Sport (not) Utility vehicle? No…it wouldn’t fit in the scrunched down roof and bulky fold down rear seats […]
This next feature comes as a seller submission from Matt who writes: Selling our F100 because we have too many projects and not enough parking, figured it met the kind of stuff you guys are interested in. It’s the perfect old truck – dependable (I daily drove it for a while), nice enough to get […]
Debuting in 1954, the second-generation Ford F100 sported a 110-inch wheelbase, which is just 1.5 inches off of the second-gen Explorer. Sandwiching one body to the other frame together must be as easy as dragging and dropping elements in Photoshop, right? Regardless of the labor put into it, the result is the restomod you see […]