MARTI REPORT, FACTORY CORRECT VILLAGE GREEN, BELIEVED TO BE ORIGINAL MILES, NICE
1974 Ford F-100
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Description for Ford F-100 1974
How often do you get to find a truck that's a well-presented survivor? That's why we know you're excited about this 1974 Ford F-100 with its original bold green paint, matching green interior, and such low mileage. And then you check out the price, and you realize that this amazing survivor is also an increasable deal.Everyone loves the look of this code-3 Village Green. Some people might even ask you if you borrowed this bold color from Mopar's High Impact muscle car palette. So you'll love shocking everyone by letting them know that this is factory-correct. The amount of luster that's left in this 40+ year-old paint really highlights the level of care the whole truck received. The sheetmetal is exceptionally straight, and even the workman's bed looks nice, too. The first impression this Ford gives is truly worth the asking price alone. But then you start to notice all the great details like the brightwork with the wide grille, chrome bumpers, and trim strip that runs the entire length of the pickup. But, there's also no mistaking those nice optional features that range from the period-correct trailer mirrors, to black pinstriping, to the factory hubcaps. Everything you want on this truck is complete and correct, just as the day it left the factory and we even have the Marti Report to prove it!If you loved how the exterior looked fantastically original, then you'll enjoy the interior even more. After all, the Village Green is now complemented by a darker jade on the dash, door panels, and bench seat. This one is a fantastic survivor from the original gauge package to the AM radio that's sill cranking out tunes. And there's even a little wear on the seat and steering wheel to remind you of the people that have lovingly appreciated this pickup for decades.The 302 cubic-inch V8 looks great under the hood with its big blue block, matching blue air cleaner, and all those factory-style decals. This one has that perfect appearance where the workman attitude meets the survivor-grade presentation (even the jack is still in place!) A truck this nice deserves to be taken out for leisurely drives, and so it also was optioned correctly to be comfortable on the road. With a three-speed automatic transmission, twin I-beam front suspension, power steering, and front disc brakes, this is a great anytime classic.Averaging just over 1,500 miles annually, it's going to be a while before you find a better survivor. And by then you'll likely pay at least twice as much. So don't miss your opportunity. Call today!!!