This 1966 F-100 is stunning thanks to a very extensive cosmetic restoration. This truck lived in the high desert of California before it was moved to the high mountain desert near Fairfield, Idaho. This has a rock-solid body and it runs out well thanks to some parts from a couple of other donor trucks. Originally the truck came out of the factory with Spring Time Yellow paint. During the restoration a period and years correct color combination of Wimbledon White and Arcadian Blue was chosen. This truck originally had a V-8, but thanks to the generous donation from another 1966 F100 truck, a 300 inline six now powers this gem. The dash, instrument cluster, and transmission also came from the donor truck. The chrome work was done by Salt Lake City Chrome. Carolina Classic Chrome provided the belt line. For you Ford experts, yes the tailgate came from a '67. The wheels are powder coated to match with new Hub Caps. The interior has been fully restored and is as beautiful and pleasing as it appears in the photos. Contact Shep at 208.721.1973
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