This is the kind of truck you get to enjoy today and watch the admiration rapidly appreciate. After all, this 1993 Ford F-150 XLT is a loaded 4x4 pickup that has fuel-injected V8 power that's ready to get to work. And this example has the crisp look of a well-respected truck that everyone appreciates.
Here's an interesting dilemma. We saw plenty of these F-150s on the road a quarter century ago. The tough-guy square styling really resonated with pickup people, and Ford sold plenty. The problem is these F-150s were workhorses, and that's often reflected in the condition today. However, this truck is the one diamond in the rough. It has a great original factory application of Oxford White, and its deep gloss and shine tell you it has led good life. The XLT trim package added a pleasing amount of brightwork to the truck, and there's even golden pinstripe that highlights the crisp full-length crease as well as the overall straightness of the body. All of it remains in very good condition, from the 15-inch polished wheels, to the big chrome bumpers, to the brushed stainless steel tailgate insert. Plus, the side steps, bedrails, and full bed liner means this one can do much more than the weekend chores and still look great. Plus, the trailer hitch will also make this the coolest vehicle everywhere from the boat ramp to the campsite.
Inside is Ford's upscale XLT interior in a tasteful Mocha brown. The textured insert of the high-back seats look great. There's even a fold-down center armrest so you can decide if you want to carry two friends, or have a more individual level of comfort. Regardless of how many people are inside, this is quite a luxurious experience. Power windows, power locks, tilt steering column, and a factory AM/FM/cassette stereo are features you don't find on many vintage pickups today. Plus, you have long-haul comfort features like cruise control and power lumbar adjustments. The air conditioning is blowing nice and cold from modern R134a, but we really know your favorite breezes will be the ones created when you open the side vent windows and slide the rear glass. It's all part of the vintage truck experience.
Under the hood is a 5.0-liter V8. This fuel-injected powerhouse is believed to be original to the truck, and the condition of the engine bay instantly tells you this has been well-maintained. There have even been more recent investments, like a new ABS computer, thermostat, and water pump. It fires up like a proper fuel-injected motor should, and the modern management system means it can straddle the line between power and economy depending on your habits. The same goes for the four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive. A modern 4x4 also means automatic locking front hubs for easy traction on-demand. Plus, with power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and modern Yokohama tires, it's quite a comfortable cruiser.
The sale comes complete with the original window sticker, owner's manual packet, and maintenance records. It all proves to you this is a modern classic truck that has been treated with the respect you're looking for. So don't miss this deal, call today!