1972 Ford F-100


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351 cubic inch Windsor 4bbl. V8

3-Speed Automatic Transmission

Air Conditioning & Heat

Power Front Disc Brakes

Power Steering

Kraco AM/FM Cassette & Equalizer

Custom Black & Blue Vinyl Bench Seating

Custom 3-Spoke Steering Wheel

Custom Color-Keyed Textured Bedliner - Long Bed

Custom 15_inch Cragar 10 Hole Wheels & 225/70R15 Radial Tires

Custom Two-Tone Blue & White Paint


Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this custom built 1972 Ford F-100 pickup truck. This truck showcases a repaint of the attractive blue & white 2-tone finish along with Cragar 15-inch wheels & custom black & blue vinyl interior. Under the hood is the previously rebuilt 351 cubic inch Ford V8 paired with the 3-speed C6 automatic transmission. The engine compartment features air conditioning, power steering, and power front disc brakes. This is a truck that can be driven and enjoyed. Approximately 20,000 miles ago, this truck was repainted, the 351 V8 installed, and upholstery re-done. At that time, the shocks were also replaced and the brakes rebuilt from to back.

Our photographs were taken here at Texas Classic Cars of Dallas, 1912 W. Mockingbird in Dallas, Texas, 75235. The exterior paint and body is in very good condition.  The cab was painted in white while the body is blue. The bumpers have been re-chromed front and back. The interior is nicely restored with custom blue & black 2-tone vinyl seating. The dash was painted to match the truck as were the door panels. The dash retains the factory gauges along with a custom chromed 3-spoke steering wheel with FORD horn button. A Kraco AM/FM cassette stereo was installed as well. The air conditioning system features the ARA low profile underdash vent system.

The door panels were custom restored to match the rest of the truck. The headliner has been replaced. Under the hood is the stout 351 cubic inch V8. This 4bbl. carbureted power plant is paired with the 3-speed automatic transmission. This truck was originally equipped with a 302 V8. Further inspection of the engine bay confirm painted and detailed sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders and core support. Be sure to play the video of this truck in action. The engine has been dressed with chromed valve covers and a chrome breather. The exhaust breathes through reliable cast iron headers to a true dual exhaust system. The firewall is in beautiful condition.

The undercarriage displays the solid original frame throughout. The shocks have been previously replaced and the brakes rebuilt front to back. The long bed is texture lined and color-keyed to match the truck.