The 4th generation body style was sleeker and wider than its predecessors. Besides a few changes to the exterior trim, the 1966 version of the F100 largely remained unchanged from the previous year. This particular Ford Pickup comes to us out of Texas, where it spent a number of years in a large private collection.
The exterior is beautifully finished in a two-tone White and Turquoise color scheme, giving this truck a stunning exterior look. Sitting on Kruz Chrome Rims with Radial Tires, this mean machine is ready to roll! The steel bed on this beauty has been upgraded with a Diamond Plate lining and is outfitted with a locking Gaylord’s tonneau cover.
This 1966 Ford F100 Pickup Truck is a great looking, professionally built restomod truck. The 1966 version of Ford’s F-Series pickup trucks was the last year of the fourth generation body style. The 4th generation body style was sleeker and wider than its predecessors.