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1953 Ford F-100 Restomod



306 cu in Ford V-8

E303 Camshaft

Aluminum Cylinder Heads

Holley Sniper EFI

CVF Racing Front Accessories

4 Speed AOD Auto Transmission

Independent Front and Rear Suspension( based on C4 Corvette by Flat Out Engineering)

Alden American Coil Over

Boxed Frame

4 Wheel Power Disc Brakes

Torque Thrust Wheels

Brand New Oak Floor Bed

Reverse Tilt Hood (Works extremely well)

LED Lighting All around (including interior and rear brake light)

Altman Hood and Door Latches

Restomod Brand A/C

Motorized Cowl Vent

Hidden Tailgate Latches

American Auto Wire Harness

Speedhut Gauges

Flaming River Column

Real Leather Interior


We are very proud to present this very nice custom truck. The build was started in early 2017 and finished in 2022. The Ford 306 cu in engine was purchased from Blue Print Engines in 2017. The owner had the truck put on a dyno and it rated at 378.8 HP. There was no expense spared when he built this truck. It only has 305 miles on it and is not even broken in yet. The truck runs and drives well. The 4 speed AOD tranny shifts as it should. It has 3.08 rear end gears.

Done over a period of time, the truck was carefully thought out by it's owner. He had the interior done by Larry Hankins of Village Upholstery. Larry used Toyota colored leather from Coast to Coast Interiors. It is accented with Uni Suede on the headliner and on the door panels. The seat is a 3rd row seat from a Honda. The color combination is very popular in the auto industry at this time. The Dove Grey is used on many cars today and the interior is of course used by Toyota.

Mechanically the truck was well thought out. From the crate 306 Ford engine, to the Borla mufflers, all of the best components were used. The owner literally built this truck, except for the paint and interior, himself.

Everything is working on the truck and the a/c blows cold. The one thing that is a little sporadic is the speedometer. It is a GPS speedometer and there is a wire with a button on the end to reset the speedometer. It gets a little temperamental on cloudy days or when going under a bridge. The plus side is it's extremely accurate.

The owner decided not to install a radio. Since there is no place for a head unit in the dash, the wires are behind the seat which allows you to mount a Bluetooth amplifier under the seat to control with your phone. The speaker wires terminate behind the kick panels and behind the seat.

One of the other choices he made was blacking out all chrome. It gives the truck a more modern look. The paint is extremely nice and the black emblems really stand out.

This is your opportunity to own a very nice show quality Restomod truck already built and ready for the upcoming show season.

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