1966 FORD F-100 1 TON SHOW TRUCK WITH 650HP

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1966 Ford F-350 F100 XLT RANGER 1 TON 4X4 4WD F-350 CHASSIS
Built locally here in SWFL, this incredible truck started with a ground-up built chassis that came from a 1979 FORD F-350 1-ton pickup truck. The body was removed and scrapped, and then the frame was stripped bare, cleaned, de-tabbed, and treated to rust preventative and clean black paint.


The front is a DANA 60 that was completely rebuilt using YUKON parts and new splines, which also went into the rear DANA 70.


1966 FORD F-100 1 TON SHOW TRUCK 39.5 TIRES 650hp C6 9.jpg


An NP205 transfer case activates the 4wd, which works as it should in low and high.
Front leaf springs were ditched in favor of shocks and coils, while the rear gets shocks with leafs, and the truck has a surprisingly nice ride on the highway with more than enough travel and flex for having fun too.

1966 FORD F-100 1 TON SHOW TRUCK 39.5 TIRES 650hp C6 8.jpg


Steering was all rebuilt and the stabilizers and power assist make it so easy to steer and handle that your Grandma could drive it.
Custom fabricated aluminum ladder bars look great and work great too, and the chrome covers dress the front and rear pumpkins nicely.

It rolls on 15x8 WELD show-polished aluminum wheels wrapped in SUPER SWAMPER TSL BOGGER tires, size 18x39.5x15LT, which will pretty much roll over anything that gets in your way.

1966 FORD F-100 1 TON SHOW TRUCK 39.5 TIRES 650hp C6 2.jpg


The custom-made full show polished aluminum exhaust goes from the coated headers back, and sounds absolutely AMAZING, even at idle! Blip the throttle and it sounds like a drag car with a lift kit!
The underside is clean, solid, rust and rot free, and if you take the time to clean and detail it, it will look even better.
Maintenance and lubrication has been kept up and everything does what it should.
Twin electric fans keep the transmission running cool, and one look underneath will show that the application built FORD C-6 transmission is still like new, and leak free as well.


1966 FORD F-100 1 TON SHOW TRUCK 39.5 TIRES 650hp C6 7t.jpg


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It has a shift kit installed, and a 3500 stall converter which needs a judicious amount of go-pedal applied to get this beast rolling to prevent you from “accidentally” crushing the car in front of you at a red light if your foot should slip off the brake!


1966 FORD F100 1 TON SHOW TRUCK 39.5 TIRES 650hp C6 12.jpg


Power to the beast comes from a Robbie Dix built FORD 460ci big-block with a 650 lift cam, TRW flat top pistons, Cobra Jet valves, roller-rockers, billet timing chain gear set, FORD Racing hi-flow water pump, MSD ignition, and an 830cfm HOLLEY double-pumper to feed it fuel.
It gets an estimated 650hp to the wheels, and will throw you and you passenger into the seat back while the nose lifts towards the sky on a full throttle launch, and you tear away down the highway.



1966 FORD F-100 1 TON SHOW TRUCK 39.5 TIRES 650hp C6 7.jpg


Under hood, the original firewall is still intact, along with fender wells and front support. All look to be in exceptionally good condition, and the hood has new hinges to make sure it closes right, and tight.
All new electrical systems were put in place and a complete custom 1,000 watt audio system was installed by CarTUNES in Ft Myers, FL with a bevy of hidden speakers and visible ones, and two massive 12” subs in a custom enclosure behind the seat where the gas tank used to live.
It sounds INCREDIBLE, and I felt like Johnny Cash was sitting next to me cruising around with the radio on! It has a ton of extra functions on the deck, and appears to be IPOD, USB, VIDEO, NAVIGATION and SAT capable too. Your best bet would be to download the manual off the internet when you get it home so you can figure out all the functions, but I can tell you that from I hear with it playing, it ROCKS.
 

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Walt Hunt

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Excellent! Damn near “TOO COOL”!! ✌️
 
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1966 Ford F-350 F100 XLT RANGER 1 TON 4X4 4WD F-350 CHASSIS

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Built locally here in SWFL, this incredible truck started with a ground-up built chassis that came from a 1979 FORD F-350 1-ton pickup truck. The body was removed and scrapped, and then the frame was stripped bare, cleaned, de-tabbed, and treated to rust preventative and clean black paint.

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The front is a DANA 60 that was completely rebuilt using YUKON parts and new splines, which also went into the rear DANA 70.


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An NP205 transfer case activates the 4wd, which works as it should in low and high.
Front leaf springs were ditched in favor of shocks and coils, while the rear gets shocks with leafs, and the truck has a surprisingly nice ride on the highway with more than enough travel and flex for having fun too.

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Steering was all rebuilt and the stabilizers and power assist make it so easy to steer and handle that your Grandma could drive it.
Custom fabricated aluminum ladder bars look great and work great too, and the chrome covers dress the front and rear pumpkins nicely.

It rolls on 15x8 WELD show-polished aluminum wheels wrapped in SUPER SWAMPER TSL BOGGER tires, size 18x39.5x15LT, which will pretty much roll over anything that gets in your way.

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The custom-made full show polished aluminum exhaust goes from the coated headers back, and sounds absolutely AMAZING, even at idle! Blip the throttle and it sounds like a drag car with a lift kit!
The underside is clean, solid, rust and rot free, and if you take the time to clean and detail it, it will look even better.
Maintenance and lubrication has been kept up and everything does what it should.
Twin electric fans keep the transmission running cool, and one look underneath will show that the application built FORD C-6 transmission is still like new, and leak free as well.


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It has a shift kit installed, and a 3500 stall converter which needs a judicious amount of go-pedal applied to get this beast rolling to prevent you from “accidentally” crushing the car in front of you at a red light if your foot should slip off the brake!


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Power to the beast comes from a Robbie Dix built FORD 460ci big-block with a 650 lift cam, TRW flat top pistons, Cobra Jet valves, roller-rockers, billet timing chain gear set, FORD Racing hi-flow water pump, MSD ignition, and an 830cfm HOLLEY double-pumper to feed it fuel.
It gets an estimated 650hp to the wheels, and will throw you and you passenger into the seat back while the nose lifts towards the sky on a full throttle launch, and you tear away down the highway.



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Under hood, the original firewall is still intact, along with fender wells and front support. All look to be in exceptionally good condition, and the hood has new hinges to make sure it closes right, and tight.
All new electrical systems were put in place and a complete custom 1,000 watt audio system was installed by CarTUNES in Ft Myers, FL with a bevy of hidden speakers and visible ones, and two massive 12” subs in a custom enclosure behind the seat where the gas tank used to live.
It sounds INCREDIBLE, and I felt like Johnny Cash was sitting next to me cruising around with the radio on! It has a ton of extra functions on the deck, and appears to be IPOD, USB, VIDEO, NAVIGATION and SAT capable too. Your best bet would be to download the manual off the internet when you get it home so you can figure out all the functions, but I can tell you that from I hear with it playing, it ROCKS.
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Mike hensley

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Is truck for sale.
 
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k. A. Croly

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who did the dash/cluster?
 
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