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  • Base price of $1,789 plus options
  • Frame-off restoration
  • 121,800 total production
  • 4-speed transmission on the floor
  • Single two barrel carburetor
  • Numbers matching truck

In 1957, Ford’s new Styleside cargo box changed pickup bed design with its clean styling and larger bed capacity. Out was the separate rear fenders and old running boards, replaced with new a new design that allowed the cab styling to extend to the back of the truck.

This Inca Gold F100 Styleside is trimmed with chrome bumpers and grille,  dual chrome outside mirrors, and whitewall tires, all in better than new condition thanks to a full restoration performed in the '90s. The engine is this truck is Ford’s 272/171 HP 2-barrel V-8 connected to a  floor-shifted 4-speed manual.

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