There is no denying that 60s and 70s trucks and SUVs are very hot and here is a very solid and original Ford F-150
This 1977 F-150 is in original condition. It is an original 4×4 with 4-Speed manual transmission. At some point in its life it had a 3″ lift kit added. It still has the original 6 cylinder and the truck runs and drives well. We recently pulled it out of storage, where it was for 15 years, and got it back on the road. The tires are older, but they still get the job done. We have also checked out the 4×4 and it is working without issues.
The lights and gauges are all working and the glass is in good condition. This is a California truck and has a very solid body with no rust and comes with a clean title. The bed also has a liner which has helped preserve it very well.
While Mopar is in our name, it is not the only thing we work on. We love all exciting cars, no matter the make or model. This latest restoration project is a very rare and unique car that we absolutely love.
This is a 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. It is one of only 2048 GT500s produced in 1967. It has a factory numbers matching 4 speed transmission and a matching 428 Police Interceptor motor. The car is fully documented with a 7 page build sheet from Shelby even has Shelby’s signature on it. This has been a California car for 99.9% of its life and there is no rust anywhere. It has a very solid body with with the original red primer and paint on the floors.
The car still has the original fiberglass hood, nose and trunk lid with all the associated scoops. The car was ordered with lime gold paint and black interior and as was indicated, it came with the very desirable 4-speed manual transmission. The car is being restored back to OEM concourse condition by us here at S&S. We will be using all original restored or NOS parts during this restoration. The car is just too unique and valuable not to.
This is a quick project we took in to keep some inside work this winter. The owner bought it for his wife for an anniversary present sight unseen from North Carolina and shipped straight here (in California) for some quick work and a clean up. Just needed exhaust and a top (yeah, we have heard that before). After installing the new top we tried to drive it over to the upholstery shop. On the way the tires blew out and the car didn’t make it. Since we got it back home we had the rims powder coated and new tires installed. The interior was so wiped out it was brown instead of blue and white like it was supposed to be. None of the electrical worked…and we mean nothing. So there ended up being lots of work ahead for us. What was going to be a quick project is turning out a bit longer