This 1991 Ford F-150 XLT is a great mix of flair and substance. It combines a sharp-looking style with a great-looking respray
And features like the fuel-injected V8 and long bed means it still knows how to get the job done.
This Ford has that desirable appearance with a robust-looking square style. And the well-creased sheetmetal is showcased so well on this example because if the quality respray. The Smoke Metallic paint lives up to its name with a nice embedded sparkle that loves the sunlight, and the silver makes for a tasteful complement for a sophisticated two-tone. And there are some terrific stylish details. For example, not only is there a distinct red pinstripe separating the silver and gray, but it also coordinates with the red lines on the wheel trim. More than just look good, the right vintage trucks still like to get to work. That’s why this one has features like the wide trailing mirrors and a rear step bumper that’s ready for a hitch ball. And the long bed of the F-150 means it can carry the larger loads. You even have a great-looking bed liner to protect the bed and full-length bed rails to secure it all.
The odometer tells us this truck has averaged less than 2,200 miles annually, and that less use is really reflected in the preservation quality of the interior. This is an upper-level XLT lariat, and so you get a comfy cloth bench set that looks clean and complete. This has desirable features, like individual bolstering, and a fold-down armrest for bucket-like comfort. The whole package keeps a stock look, but still gives you desirable features, like the premium factory AM/FM/cassette stereo. And the factory air conditioning has been upgraded to run on modern R134a refrigerant (likely just needs a recharge to blow ideally cold again.) The classic Ford steering wheel feels grippy in your hands, and it’s designed to give you a clear view the full gauge package. It includes a tach that’s quite handy with the floor shifter.
The engine bay has a time capsule look, and this is believed to be the full original package, so you know it has been under proper care if it still looks this good. More than just it’s appearance, this one is attractive for offering Ford’s 5.0-liter V8. This is from the factory fuel-injected era, and so that means this robust motor also was built to be powerful and consistent from day one. Another great feature is the five-speed manual transmission that allows you to choose between good fuel economy and extra power whenever you want. And no matter how you choose to drive this pickup, the dual fuel tanks will take you further. Plus, with power steering, power brakes, and front discs, it’s an all-around easy drive.
Location: Lithia Springs, Georgia, United States
Price: $21,995 <- check here if it's still available
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Originally listed on April 5, 2021. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.