Classic Car Addict is now offering this 1969 Ford F100 Ranger for sale in our Mesa showroom. The fifth generation of the Ford F-Series is a line of pickup trucks and commercial trucks that were produced by Ford from the 1967 to 1972 model years. Built on the same platform as the fourth generation F-series trucks, the fifth generation had sharper styling lines, a larger cab, and expanded engine options including the 390 big-block. EXTERIOR The familiar Wimbledon White and Boxwood Green finish has been recently painted. The paint is not a $20,000 job; this is a driver, not a show queen. The way trucks like this should be. Ford wasn't flashy in 1969, this was a working man's tool, not a fashion statement; so it was attractive but not over-done. It was repainted less than a year ago, and while it has a few minor signs of age and use, the truck has lived a work life in the South and presents great bones to get in and enjoy it or go all out restomod with it. The bodywork is straight, the panels line up, and the bed is in good shape. The chrome and stainless trim gives the upscale Ranger its more sophisticated look, particularly with the bright streak along its flanks. A good-looking grille (a rare find for the '67-69 F-100s), chrome bumpers that show true age, and a tailgate with big bold FORD lettering ties it together. And if you still want to put it to work, the bed is protected with a spray-in bed liner. INTERIOR The Green and White bench seat that is clean and elegant against the paint and it all looks fresh. The door panels and dashboard have been replaced and look almost new, while the tan vinyl bench seat is just about how it would have been when it was new, offering a commanding view of the road and good comfort for longer hauls. There are rather plush carpets on the floor and yes, that's a 4-speed Hurst shifter in the center, making this one a bit more entertaining than the usual old pickup. It has also gained a wood-rimmed steering wheel, a column-mounted tach, and nice-looking factory gauges to monitor the vitals. There's also an AM/FM/cassette stereo radio in the dash and a sliding rear window for warmer days. ENGINE While most of these trucks got torquey inline-sixes, this particular truck sports a torquey C7ME-A 390 cubic inch V8 that's unique to the F-series trucks. Fully rebuilt with less than 100 miles. Edelbrock intake manifold, and an Edelbrock 4-barrel 1400 carburetor living under a chrome air cleaner. Ford Blue engine enamel on the block stands out against the satin black engine bay and a new aluminum radiator keeps it nice and cool. Factory manifolds feed a 2.5-inch exhaust system with glasspack-style mufflers, so it's got that familiar Ford rumble and the 3-speed C6 transmission snaps through all of the gears with authority. The undercarriage show its age but has no rust rot on any of the frame. Detailed with a light dusting of undercoating, but nothing heavy enough to hide trouble; it's just there to keep things looking neat and clean, and the heavy-duty 9-inch rear end hangs on sturdy leaf springs that actually ride rather well. Rolling stock consists of those attractive Ford Hubcaps with steel wheels wrapped in 30x9.5x15 white walls. This 69 Ford F-100 Ranger is ready to go to work. We provide transport to your driveway - Ask a Classic Car Addict specialist for more details. Call us today 480-256-1459!
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