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1990 Ford F150

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Another clean, but plain late model pickup, you say? Guess again, brother. This way-cool 1990 Ford F150 packs a blown 347 cubic inch stroker motor, enough tire to reverse the earth's rotation, and a ton of original documentation that give it a pedigree few other trucks can match. Before there was a Lightning pickup, there was only the short bed, regular cab pickup with a big V8. This 1990 F150 builds on that concept and delivers a show-worthy truck with a great presence without a ton of gimmicks. The beautiful blue paint job cost more than $4000 in 2008, and is augmented by a set of subtle silver stripes, a rear roll pan, and shaved outside mirrors. They left all the original badges in place, as well as the chrome door handles, perhaps even making this pickup a bit of a sleeper. The paint has been rubbed and buffed to a high shine that's noteworthy simply because you don't expect it from a pickup. Once glance in the bed gives away some of the illusion, however, as fabricated wheel tubs cover the massive rear wheels, although the workmanship is first-rate and the effect is very OEM. A sprayed-on bedliner ensures that you can still use this truck for hauling, say, if you're the sort who buys a new sofa on impulse. The interior is bone-stock 1990 Ford, complete with the mouse gray upholstery that was sweeping the industry at the time. The original bench still allows three-abreast seating, and the factory carpets show only moderate wear, completely in line with the odometer's 76,000-mile reading. Ford provided a fairly comprehensive array of gauges, and despite the blower upgrade, everything remains fully functional. Factory air, power windows, and a modern AM/FM/CD stereo system make it every bit as comfortable as a new truck, and the upright cab gives unequalled views in every direction. A 347 cubic inch stroker motor is force-fed pressurized air thanks to a Kenne-Bell Whipplecharger, which is famous for making big torque numbers. A 347 is an oversized 5.0, so it's already going to be torque-happy, but the blower makes full boost faster than you can get your foot on the floor, so judicious use of your right foot is definitely required. Working through modified Ford electronics, it still idles perfectly, pulls cleanly at any speed, and doesn't have any of the usual issues that high-strung motors usually show. It's rare to experience a full-sized pickup truck that pulls as hard as this one does. There's also a freshly rebuilt 4-speed automatic transmission and a built rear end featuring a 35-spline Detroit Locker and new heavy-duty axles. The suspension has obviously been lowered, and it hunkers over a set of Weld Racing aluminum rims with staggered Cooper radials. Documents include the original window sticker, build sheet, and all the manuals. It took Ford nearly 20 years to build a factory truck capable of running like this one. If you want the ultimate F150, here it is. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.

Reference Number 141051

as of 12/28/2011

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Car 1990 Ford F150
VIN 1FTDF15N4LNB25990 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
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