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- Medium Scarlet
- Scarlet Red
- Seller: StreetsideNashville
- Phone: 615-930-0600
This is the kind of truck you get to enjoy today and watch the admiration rapidly appreciate. That's because this 1991 Ford F-150 XLT Lariat is a loaded two-owner and low-mileage pickup that has been given plenty of the right investments to make sure it remains a sharp-looking two-tone V8 cruiser.
We saw plenty of these F-150s on the road 30 years ago. The tough-guy square styling really resonated with pickup people. The problem is that today there are not too many of these icons around that haven't seen a hard life. However, this is a two-owner truck that shows it was really given the right respect. The body panels retain their crisp style where you can clearly see the truck's full-length crease. And the premium XLT Lariat trim package gives you nice brightwork with the chrome bumpers, bright tailgate insert, and full-length trim. Plus, the factory-correct Medium Scarlet and Pawnee Tan have a nice gloss of a more recent respray. And features like the towing mirrors, trailer hitch, and useful long bed mean this classic still knows how to get to work when you want.
Inside is Ford's upscale XLT Lariat interior. It includes features like red velour on the seats for comfort, and some wood-like trim on the dash to give it a more luxurious feel. It appears to be all original, and so you will find a few wear spots, but overall, this impresses with its clean and complete style. There's 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, and the factory AM/FM/cassette make this a great modern classic. The original factory steering wheel gives a clear view of the full set of factory gauges, including optional tach. The air conditioning is blowing nice and cold... 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 the fuel-injected 5.8-liter V8. This was the larger optional motor, so it gives you better acceleration on the streets and extra power to get the job done. This came from the factory with modern electronic fuel injection, so it's a well-maintained package that starts readily, idles smoothly, and runs strong. Power steering, power brakes with discs up front, and modern tires make it quite a comfortable cruiser. Plus, the four-speed automatic transmission has highway-friendly overdrive. Add in the cruise control and dual fuel tanks, and this one really loves to go the extra mile.
As impressive of a cruiser this is, it has averaged less than 1,900 miles in its life thus far. So a loaded and preserved truck like this is a special find. That's why you can't let it slip away. Call today!!!