This 1950 Ford F-1 has that ultra-cool classic truck vibe, right down to the whitewalls

But as you look closer, you see it’s a fresh custom restomod build that includes a leather-lined A/C interior, fuel-injected V8 power, and four-wheel disc brakes. And the fully upgraded suspension is so detailed that we know you’ll put a mirror under this one at car shows. So if you want vintage style presented in an award-worthy package, this is your pickup.

This is a full and complete custom build where the 105 miles on the odometer represent how far this has rolled since being completed. So you will find it has a fresh style over every inch. The Seafoam Green sets the overall tone perfectly as it’s a great 1950 kind of pastel hue, but the modern application gives it the added gloss and shine that signals a premium classic. And a superior paint application is needed to showcase the amount of time, effort, and money it took to get the body panels looking laser-straight. The brightwork is equally impressive as it gives a mirror-like presentation to details like the front bumper, iconic grille, and classic Ford V8 hubcaps. This one has a nice classic look, right down to the real wood in the truck bed. But there are also little hints that this is an upgraded machine, like the single-piece front fenders, flush rear roll pan, and elimination of the vent windows in the side glass. And while this one rides on classic whitewalls, you may have noticed that the rear ones are large/wider for that right hint of stance you want in a restomod.

The two-tone tan interior offers a timelessly tasteful presentation. And even the scent of the full leather upholstery reminds you of the freshness and total quality that has gone into this pickup. There is a touch of classic style with the vintage form of the smooth dash. It even has a classic bench seat, but now its contoured unit on a sliding track to offer better comfort than most buckets. It’s thoughtfully detailed with a cup holder floor console, intricately done sun visors, and secretly mounted controls for the cold-blowing air conditioning. And while there are barely any miles on this build, it certainly welcomes you to add to the odometer. It’s quite comfortable with a banjo-style Grant sports steering wheel, Ididit tilt steering column, a tall Lokar shifter, and a full set of upgraded gauges.

Another great reason to drive this pickup is so you can take it to shows and haul home plenty of awards. After all, the look of the engine bay is a prize-winner all on its own. Ultra-smooth inner walls are showcased hidden wires and a glossy color-matched block. And the design of the sleek air topper not only matches the valve covers, but you’ll also notice the interior center console has a similar appearance. When was the last time you saw a car with that level of uniform style??? More than just look great, this is also a terrific powerhouse. It’s a 350 cubic-inch V8 upgraded with a dual-plane aluminum intake, a mild cam, and ceramic coated block hugger headers. It’s topped with FiTech fuel injection for the best in power and consistency. There are also the right supporting pieces, like an aluminum radiator, a serpentine belt system, and an Optima red top battery relocated to under the bed. But it’s not the battery that’s going to have you looking underneath this pickup. The full undercarriage has a beautiful green and tan style that’s painted to be more detailed than what others have on the body of their classics. While you’re under there, you’ll also spot terrific suspension upgrades like a tubular A-arm front end, a four-line rear w/diagonal support, and adjustable coilovers all-around. Plus, a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and four-wheel power disc brakes prove that this fresh build is made for driving.

Price: $134,995

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Location: La Vergne, Tennessee, United States