1964 Ford F100 6.3L Stepside V8

Highlights

  • Extensively restored by seller over 4 years 
  • ‘71 6.3litre Corvette engine with 3 speed auto box
  • Very good condition inside and out 
  • Practical and potent pick up 
  • One keeper since arriving in UK in 2013

The Appeal 

The F100 is as much a part of the American landscape as rolling blacktop, Rocky Mountains and diners. Enthusiasts have been modifying this slice of Americana ever since, extracting more character and power from these practical pick ups. 
This stylish ‘64 fits right into that theme. It was imported to the UK by the seller around 10 years ago. A four year ground-up restoration then began, covering everything from sandblasting and repainting the chassis to retrimming the interior. Under the hood is the big reveal: a small block 6.3L V8 from a ‘71 Corvette. 
With sparing use since completion - less than 500 miles according to MOT records - it likely presents much as it did on the day it was completed. Finished in understated black with few other signs of the V8 potency, this is a truck that it as practical as it is quick. A great buy for the truck enthusiast. 

 
 

The History and Paperwork

  • First registered on 15th July 1964
  • VIN records confirm this truck was built at the Kansas City plant 
  • Originally fitted with the 223CI Ford 6cyl engine 
  • Imported to the UK around 10 years ago and registered here on 1st October 2013
  • Single registered keeper since arriving here
  • Bought by the seller as a project
  • Original purchase invoice from vendor’s acquisition 
  • DVLA importation documents from 2013
  • Oklahoma Certificate of Title document showing first registration date 
  • Spare trim roll included
  • Holley carburettor manual 
  • Large number of invoices covering restoration from 2013 
  • Outside car cover included 
  • Photographs of restoration 
  • MOT, tax and ULEZ exempt as Historic Vehicle 
  • Last MOT expired 28th November 2019

 
 

The Condition

  • Finished in original black which is in good condition for year
  • Chassis sandblasted and repainted during restoration
  • Paintwork dates from prior to the restoration so some marks and aging to be expected
  • Bodywork presents well with no visible accident damage or notable deterioration 
  • Good chromework with many new parts all appearing bright and well kept 
  • Wooden rear deck refinished by the seller and with varnish finish 
  • Alloy wheels in good condition with General Grabber tyres, also in good order
  • Non-matching chromed spare wheel with side mounting 
  • Well kept and retrimmed interior with two-tone black and white bench seat
  • Dashboard dials and aluminium flash trim in very good order
  • Fitted with a period-style modern radio 
  • Seatbelts fitted to bench seat
  • Headlining good condition with no visible stains or tears
  • Grey carpets appear retrimmed during restoration and well kept 

 
 

The Mechanics 

  • 6.3L ‘71 Corvette small block V8 engine fitted during restoration 
  • 3spd Automatic gearbox 
  • Chromed and detailed engine bay 
  • New discs and springs fitted during restoration 
  • Extensive list of parts sourced and fitted during restoration 
  • These can be explored in the photographs 
  • Few miles covered since the work was completed in 2016
  • No reported running or driving issues to advise 
  • Fully rewired

 

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Auction Details
  • Year 1964
  • Make Ford
  • Model F-100
  • Colour Black
  • Mileage 45,528 Miles
  • Engine size 6300
  • Seller Type Private
  • County Berkshire
  • Country United Kingdom
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Bidding history
3 Bids
  • kieran-•••• £10,000 14/07/24
  • keith-h•••• £5,100 14/07/24
  • Leewak £5,000 12/07/24

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