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1993 Ford SVT Lightning

1993 Ford F-150

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: F-150
Type: Standard Cab Pickup
Trim: SVT
Year: 1993
Mileage: 22,460
VIN: 1FTDF15R3PLA96146
Color: Red
Engine: 5.8 liter (351)
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Lexington, Tennessee, United States

Description for Ford F-150 1993

1993 Ford Lightning, 22,XXX miles. The truck is as clean as the day it rolled off the lot in 93 and EVERYTHING works just as it should. True SVT time capsule!!
If you think it looks good in the pictures you should see it in person, All aspects of the truck is stunningly clean! This Lightning sits as Ford should have had it from the factory via a pair of DJM drop beams and shackle/hanger kit, the stance is simply killer and the ride is just like factory! Clear auto history report comes with the truck to verify milage and non existence of past damage.
This trucks over all condition and extremely low milage undoubtedly puts it in the single digit percentile of 1st generation Lightnings! If you wanted one as a youngster but couldn't/didn't get it,now is YOUR chance!
$1000 deposit via PayPal within 24 hours of auctions end.
Buyer is responsible for arranging shipping. I will assist on my end getting the truck loaded on the transport you arrange.
More info @ 731-307-1255 I'm Tim.
Happy bidding!
Some factory info on the 1st generation Ford Lightnings....
SVT built the Lightning with a high-output V-8 based on the 5.8-liter, 351-cu.in. engine. To ensure you are buying a Lightning and not just an F-150 with Lightning accoutrements, look for the "R" code in the VIN. The engine had 8.8:1 compression, a 4-inch bore and 3.50-inch stroke. The stock hydraulic, flat-tappet camshaft specifications are: duration at 0.50; intake 200 degrees and exhaust 214 degrees; advertised duration is 260 degrees intake and 274 degrees exhaust.
SVT installed GT-40-type cast-iron cylinder heads, a tuned intake manifold, tubular stainless-steel headers, larger intake (1.84-inch) and exhaust valves (1.54-inch), high-flow ports, high-rate capacity fuel pump and injectors, revised combustion chambers, a redesigned air filter for improved airflow and a true dual exhaust system. Output resulted in a then very healthy 240hp at 4,200 rpm and 340-lbs.ft. of torque at 3,200 rpm.
Only one transmission came with a Lightning: A very crisp shifting E4OD electronically controlled four-speed automatic. For the Lightning application, engineers recalibrated it to handle the power and added an auxiliary oil cooler. A 4.0-inch diameter aluminum driveshaft combined sufficient torque capacity with minimal weight. This transmission featured automatic overdrive with brake/shift interlock.
A 4.10:1-ratio rear axle housed a limited-slip differential inside a heavy-duty 8.8-inch rear end filled with synthetic lube. The rear end housing also was Lightning-specific, featuring external cooling fins to reduce temperatures.

    On Aug-08-16 at 16:51:05 PDT, seller added the following information:

    The trucks drive train, is completely stock and the factory stainless mufflers are still in place.

    On Aug-09-16 at 08:22:39 PDT, seller added the following information:

    I do have the perfectall stocked dip as well as all suspension parts to return the truck to stock hight if one desired.

    On Aug-09-16 at 08:36:34 PDT, seller added the following information:

    Edit for above^
    I do have perfect stock radio and suspension components.